How would you like to feel fantastic, lose weight, live stronger and longer, and enjoy a prosperous and healthy life?

The Core Challenge will help you achieve this dream by replacing bad habits with "Best Practices." As you can see from the instructional DVDs and training manuals, we have worked very hard to design a fitness program that develop your core muscles for creating a very structured look in your body.

There are sound and valid anatomical reasons for developing your core muscles, which are easy to see, once you understand the relationship between the stomach muscles and the spine. A strong, stable core can make any mental and physical activity easier.

If your core is strong, your lower AB muscles will be drawn in towards the spine and help you sit up straight. In essence, core training is an intelligent training structure, because it strengthens weak muscles and imbalances from the inside out.

Adopt Best Practices From Successful People

Steve Jobs made a great contribution to the world. His leadership and innovations have likely touched nearly every aspect in the areas of communication, computers, movies, music and education. Steve Jobs went from being an unemployed college dropout to becoming one of the most successful entrepreneurs of all time. And he did it by learning and adopting best practices from successful people. Some of the most important are:

  • Do what you love. People with passion can change the world for the better said Jobs. He said, "I'd get a job as a busboy or something until I figured out what I was really passionate about." That's how much it meant to him. Passion is everything. Do what you love to do. Find your true passion. Make a difference. The only way to do great work is to love what you do.

  • Do your best at every task. When Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, he took a company with 350 products and reduced them to 10 products in a two-year period. Why? So he could do his best at every job. People judge you by your performance, so focus on the outcome. Be a yardstick of quality.

  • Communicate your ideas perfectly. You can have the greatest idea in the world, but if you can't communicate your ideas, it doesn't matter. Jobs was the world's greatest corporate storyteller. Instead of simply delivering a presentation like most people do, he informed, he educated, he inspired and he entertained, all in one presentation.

  • Trust yourself. Decide right now that you can be much more than what you are. Start small, think big. Don’t worry about too many things at once. Take a handful of simple things to begin with, and then progress to more complex ones. Think about not just tomorrow, but the future. Put a ding in the universe.

  • Learn continually. Experience is a very important issue in our life – people with more experience in life sometimes see things that others don’t, said Jobs. At one point in life he took calligraphy lessons, traveled to India and Asia, studied design and health care, and did not live in a glass bubble. There’s always “one more thing” to learn.

During the next 100 days, you will discover that success in any endeavor is the result of Best Practices done successfully over and over each day. Today you can decide to start The Core Challenge and alter the course of your daily actions towards a healthy and prosperous life. You have the opportunity and power to change your life and at the same time to inspired and help others do the same.

Follow The Seven Rules for Success

In the design of The Core Challenge, we have studied industry leaders, investors and entrepreneurs to understand the traits they all had in common that contributed to their success. The traits they all had in common are not "Secrets", they are simple "Best Practices" and the commitment to follow the five rules for success:

  1. Set goals and get your priorities right. Set goals. Regularly assess where you are and where you want to be in terms of them. This is a kind of prayer that works, and works well. Getting priorities right is about making intelligent choices, deciding what goals to pursue in which order, which takes vision and foresight. Getting your priorities right is about choosing whether to exercise few minutes a day or to be a couch potato for life; whether to drink water or sugar drinks; whether to be a leader or a follower; whether to invest your money or to spend your money.

  2. Commit to your training. Train with passion. Passion is at the top of the list of the skills you need to excel in life. When you have passion, you act with energy, you speak with authority and think with clarity. If you don't have an intense, burning desire shaping a beautiful, strong and healthy body, there's no way you'll be able to exercise everyday for the next 100 day to become successful with Master Moves. So, train with passion every day!

  3. Learn from your mistakes. Sometimes when you do something new, you make mistakes. Allow for the fact that things will NEVER turn out like you think they will, and you must be prepared to end up miles from where you intended. Maintain a positive tone, even when things don't go as planned. Often, there's always a lesson to be learned.

  4. Get organised. Sometimes life could be very stressful and demanding and one of the most important resources you will have is your time. If you want to get the most out of your working day and your training time then you need to be properly organised and you also need to make sure you are not wasting precious time on tasks that are not productive.

  5. Take Action. The most important quality essential to success is perseverance in action. It overcomes almost everything, even nature. Success is connected with continuous action. It's largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go. If you've got the courage to take action, you'll attain your goals.

  6. Walk before you can run. Start with the basics before you move on to the difficult stuff. You must master a basic skill before you are able to learn more complex things. Knowledge and skills cannot be acquired all at once; it must be gained step by step. Don’t try to build your arm muscles if you have not developed your core muscles.

  7. Look for good in everything. Everything has at least two sides to it. Nothing is inherently good or bad. It is what we make of it. We have no control over what people think about us. What they think is their business. How we think and feel is our business. So the first step in how to look good in anything and everything is to feel good about ourselves. Choose to see the good side of everything and you will see great changes in your life.

Keep these seven rules in mind and through this transformational personal coaching program, you will learn:

  • How to transform your goals and vision into reality—quickly!

  • How to act efficiently and enjoy greater levels of productivity.

  • How to create and maintain a high energy during your daily activities

  • How to develop commitment, discipline and focus in your life.

  • How to eliminate procrastination

  • How to pay attention to details and deliver excellence in every activity.

  • How to develop mental and physical fitness.

So if you want more from life, better health, abundant wealth and amazing relationships, think and act like an olympic athlete preparing for a next competition. An Olympic athlete wins the race by being commited to a daily training. In the same way as an Olympic athlete trains, during the next 100 days, you must be commited to complete The Core Challenge without missing a day. Follow the program and be the best you can be!




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The Core Challenge will help you achieve a goal of your choice in 100 days. The Core Challenge is personal coaching program designed to develop your optimal fitness level, the power of your intuition to overcome obstacles, and the discipline and persistence to achieve your personal goals.

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