How well you dry your hands could determine your results
I have 3 steps that I follow when drying my hands with one of those hand dryer things in the rest room.
1. Push button
2. Rub hands together vigorously
3. Wipe hands dry on my pants
I hate those things.
How well do you dry your hands? Do you even think about it?
Not sure if you know this, but I'm kind of a big deal. It's true, just ask me.
My fear is to walk out of the rest room, see someone I know, shake their hand, and have them give me the "Why are your hands still wet, you sicko?" look.
Nobody needs that. So I am very intentional with my hand drying. I dry my hands like someone is waiting to shake my hand just outside the door.
Yes I am weird, it's my cross to bear.
My whole point in sharing my weirdness is to get you to think about exercising intentionally. Think about what you do as you go through your workouts.
Are you paying attention to your form, owning every single rep. Or are you going through the motions?
Start thinking of every rep of every exercise you do as the one that is going to get you the results you want so bad. Be intense with every rep, focus on giving it your best, don't just go through the motions.
When you start tuning out during your workouts, you subconsciously start losing form and focus. You won't squat as lower, you will give out earlier, you will not push as hard.
Make sure those hands stay dry, you never know who is waiting just outside.
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