I thought I was in trouble…

information overload

I walked through the door the other day only to find Mrs P looking at me seriously.

I thought I was in trouble.

Had she found those clothes I wear when she goes out?

My daughter, Fleur, was standing there.

Mrs P said, “Fleur has something to tell you”… (phew…I was off the hook). Fleur (who’s 9) looked at me. I waited for the bad news.

“Daddy……..I know father christmas isn’t real.”  (which we know is a load of rubbish of course!)

My heart sank. It turns out she watched something on youtube and found out that way.

I was a bit upset, but I suppose the day had to come.

You see there is so much information out there on the internet, especially health, fitness, kettlebells etc.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good thing.

But it’s the ‘execution’ of the information that gives you results.

NOT collecting the information.

Because that’s where the problem lies….

  • Why so many people don’t like the way they feel.
  • Can’t go up the stairs without getting out of breath.
  • Who can’t kick a ball about with the kids.

Because they’ve become information collectors.

It’s not the WHAT to do, but HOW to do it.

People read and watch videos and know that kettlebells get you in shape fast.

But don’t know HOW use them.

Everyone knows exercise is good for your health and gets you in shape.

But HOW do you get started when you feel so unfit?

So you need to decide…

Are an information collector who just talks about doing something.

Or are you going to use the information and get some help.

Russell ‘I do believe in fairies’ Pearcy

About the Author Russell Pearcy

Russell Pearcy has been working as a health and fitness coach for over 25 years helping men and women who feel tired and washed up get back in shape. Russell has also draws upon his experience as an Ironman triathlete to help coach others through this life changing transformation.