Tom Brady is once again a Super Bowl Champion. There was a lot of attention going into the game about Brady wanting to play football into his mid 40s, at least until Deflate Gate happened. The New York Times wrote an article (Tom Brady Cannot Stop) about the lifestyle Brady chooses to live to stay on top of the game and always compete. I then heard an interview the questioned Brady if he had always been so strict to his routine to success. He explained that it was a process of figuring out how to take care of himself and insure longevity with the goal in mind to play many more years of football.
I don't know about you but speaking from personal experience I no longer have the goal of winning an NFL Championship. I recently was asked how I keep motivated to workout. I thought about it for awhile and I wondered if I had an LA Fitness membership, to pair with a full time job and family would I be able to stay motivated to workout daily...
This is where Jiu Jitsu has enhanced and improved my life greatly. It is easy for me to want to go to the gym. To be honest I even had the urge to go train at Half Time during yesterdays Super Bowl.
The opportunity sits within Jiu Jitsu to find your goals that help you live a better life. Goals are what pushes guys like Brady to choose a different lifestyle. Jiu Jitsu encompasses both short term and long term goals that can assist you in being the best you possible. I challenge myself to eat healthier, train healthier, and be a better person daily I have to thank Jiu Jitsu for a large piece of the vision of where I want to be.
Come find your motivation today at De Boa Jiu Jitsu Academy in Surprise, Arizona.