What Should I Look For In a Workout Partner and What Should I Do To Be a Great Workout Partner?

You give the same, as you should receive.

THE BIGGY – WORK WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE THAT WANT TO SUCCEED AND STAY AWAY FROM THE WIENERS AND THE DRAINERS! YOU NEED POSITIVE AND YOU GIVE POSITIVE!

Both should be listening to higher leadership for the next steps. Personal Development!

Support
Leadership
Accountability
Positive Affirmations
And a smile and laugh!
Not a frown or a downer… NO COMPLAINING… only solutions!
Challenging each other to do a little more then the day before.
And a high 5 at the end of the day for your accomplishments!

Hope this helps!

((hugs))

Lyn-Dee

 

2 Responses to “What Should I Look For In a Workout Partner and What Should I Do To Be a Great Workout Partner?”

  1. David Says:

    I would add this.

    I was building a heavy workbench once. Someone I knew stopped by and helped me move it around the workshop.

    When I wanted to move left, he seemed to be purposely (maybe subconsciously) moving to stop me. It was like he was fighting me every step.

    The next day, another friend stopped by, and it was like we read each other’s minds. If one of us inched just a tiny bit this way or that, the other was there and ready and helping.

    I stress the word ‘helping’. It’s so important to feel you know each other and that each of you is helping the other.

    And yes, the bench did get built.

  2. admin Says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your experience. I couldn’t agree with you more. When you find a workout partner that just matches up with you, you know it immediately. There is nothing hard about it and it just flows!

    Thanks again David for your comment! You are amazing!

    ((hugs))
    Lyn-Dee

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