The Goal Directed Workout

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Training is important, but it's not enough
to just "train."

For real results, you need to train with a

You need to have a goal.

You're not just training for the sake of
training. That's manual labor. You work
up a sweat, and you puff and pant, and
maybe you even feel sore the next day.

That's good, but it's just the beginning.

For real results, you need to do goal
directed training.

You need to train with a purpose.

Find something that you desperately
want to do or to achieve. That's your

It might be hitting a particular weight
in the squat, deadlift or bench press --
or in the standing press -- or in Olympic

It might be hitting 300/400/500.

It might be building 17 inch upper arms.

It might be gaining 20 pounds of muscle.

It might be losing 50 pounds of flab.

It might be qualifying for and competing
in a particular contest or competition in
your chosen sport.

It might be setting a record -- winning a
state, regional or national championship --
or even a World championship.

It might relate to health. Getting your blood
pressure or your blood sugar where it needs
to be.

It might be beating a serious illness -- or
coming back after an injury.

The point is, it's YOUR goal -- and it means
something very important to YOU.

Your goal empowers you. It drives you to
train harder and harder. It's the most
demanding coach you could ever have.

Of course, your goal is a long term goal. You
won't achieve it overnight -- and you won't
achieve it easily. It will take a long time --
and plenty of chalk and sweat -- to get

Your goal is the greatest motivator you
could ever find. It burns with a white hot
fire every second of every day.

And it will carry you to greatness.

So take a second, and think about it.

Why are you training?

What's your goal?

And what do you need to do to make it a

Answer those questions, and you've taken
an important first step on the road to
strength, muscle and might.

As always, thanks for reading and have a
great day. If you train today, make it a
good one.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. I cover goal-directed training in
detail in Dinosaur Training and in
Dinosaur Bodyweight Training. Go
here to grab them:

P.S. 2. My other books and courses are
right here at Dino Headquarters -- along
with links to all of my Kindle and PDF
books and courses:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Set a
make a plan, take action."
-- Brooks Kubik