Posted by grahak777 grahak777 on Thursday, July 4, 2013
It is a quote thrown at us by motivational speakers, business speakers, keynote speakers, business analysts, fitness trainers, coaches and so on.
In training and fitness endeavors, it’s pushing yourself to the limits or the
boundaries. That is what is needed to get fitter, stronger, better. Sometimes
it does hurt to extend ourselves. To get fit requires improving your current
self. It doesn’t happen by remaining idle, it doesn’t necessarily happen
through pain either. The 'No Pain, No Gain' quote has it's merits and controversy, inspiring some people but injuring others. It can help you push a bit harder but it is important to not go to a point of causing damage..... Read the article by business motivational speaker and keynote speaker Grahak Cunningham.
I am ultra runner from Australia. I am into motivational exploits involving any sort of physical feat that is inspirational and positive. On the side I work as a motivational speaker, business speaker and trainer, keynote speaker and youth speaker.