Why Your Mirror Suks
Here’s something you might not know:
When many people get dressed each day,
they take a look in the mirror. And if they look
too fat – they blame the MIRROR.
It’s the mirror’s fault they look so bad.
Interestingly enough, these same people do NOT
want to look in the mirror when they have no
The reason: They can’t blame the mirror for how
they look. Sure … they could – but it’s a bit
I completely understand this situation. The
toughest thing you’ll ever have to do in life
is face yourself squarely, with clothes off,
and say, “You know something buddy, you’re
to blame for this. This is your own damn fault.”
Yes, you may have terrible mirrors in your home.
I empathize. I really do.
So here are two ways to fix them:
1. You buy the very best mirrors you can and put
them up in your bathroom so you always get
a front and rear view of yourself – simultaneously.
2. You fix the person in the mirror and the mirror
suddenly transforms itself into a wonderful show
Seriously, whether your mirrors are bad or great,
chances are you will benefit a great deal by standing
buck nekked before them.
Take a good look.
As much as you’d like to blame the mirror, or Sarry
Flea, or Dunk Me Doughnuts Or Pizza Schlut or MacDangles,
it’s really YOU who is to blame.
No one else.
Moreover, YOU are never going to improve one iota so
long as you fix blame on all the other dimwits out
Here’s my suggestion: Stand before mirror. Accept
responsibility for your condition. Blame yourself
completely. Breathe deeply. Picture the new you
and begin flexing your body from head to toe,
pretending to be the NEW YOU.
As you’re doing this, make sure you do some Hindu squats – http://mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html – as well as
Hindu Pushups, sidebends, vacuums and the Farmer Burns
Stomach Flattener – http://mattfurey.com/combat_abs.html
While doing these exercises, see yourself at your best, the
way you looked in your prime. Mentally pretend you’re
there once again.
And if there is ever a day when you’re too lazy, or you feel
like giving up or quitting – you remember you’re part of the
Furey Faithful. You slap yourself across the face. You slap
your backside a time or two as well. You thump yourself
across the chest.
Then you look right into your eyes and say …
If you will do this for 21 days – you’ll have a habit pattern
you won’t want to break for the rest of your life.
Not only that, you’ll see and FEEL major results long before
you hit day 21.
Give yourself a whirl. Turn your life around.