Rushin’ lifehacking

My wife and I go to the gym 3 times a week.

Not once.

Not twice.

And… not 4 times.

Just 3.

And there’s a specific reason for that.

It’s not because going twice or 4 times is bad.

It has to do with our training program and long-term gym goals.

For example, I want to squat with 400lbs on my back and deadlift over 500lbs. I want to lift at least 200 pounds straight up over my head.

And it requires a specific approach to weight training to be able to accomplish those goals safely.

I can’t just wander in the gym after 5 months of sitting on my butt all day and load a barbell with 400 lbs and try to lift it.

I’d probably end up in the emergency room.

There’s no “lifehack” that will make me strong.

You probably know this to be true if you work out.

You run or maybe take a walk every day or maybe you lift weights.

But you did not start out by walking 5 miles your first day.

You didn’t run a 10K your first time out.

You didn’t lift 500 lbs off the floor the first time you stepped foot in the gym.

You planned.

You took your time.

You didn’t take shortcuts because you’re smarter than that.

It’s just like making long term financial plans.

Building a savings is usually a slow, methodical, process. You plan. You take your time. You might start out slowly and increase your savings over time.

Eventually, you have this big pot of money.

But you don’t wake up one day a millionaire nor will you go to your bank and find it made an error in your favor and now you have $200 waiting for you like in the board game, Monopoly.

Instead you plan out how much income you want to make over your lifetime.

You plan out major purchases like new cars or maybe a camper or maybe a boat or a house.

You plan how many kids you want and then figure out how to pay for it all.

And at some point you plan out how much you need to live on if or when you decide to retire.

None of this is inherently easy.

But it can be made simple.

If you want to know how much you need to save and your odds of having a comfortable future, then join my email list and I’ll show you how to get your hands on that info you so desperately need.

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David Lewis, AKA The Rogue Agent, has been a life insurance agent since 2004, and has worked with some of the oldest and most respected mutual life insurance companies in the U.S. during that time. To learn more about him and his business, go here.