Food & Fitness

You’ve probably heard that your attitude controls your life.

Many positive and negative things happen to us every day, each one affecting us in that manner.

If we’re not careful, we can act like those negative things a bit too much.

That’s not good for anybody.

Not good for a CEO.

Not good for a Stay-at-Home Parent.

And certainly not good for an athlete.

They have to push themselves harder and further daily to ensure they’re the ultimate versions of themselves. It’s important they show up enthusiastic, determined, and positive.

Alisa has coached many athletes over the years and has some pretty interesting knowledge to share when it comes to guaranteeing an athlete will be prepared mentally.

“If you come into the gym hunched over with no energy because of a fight with parents or a tough test at school, that’s the energy that’ll flow from you and into the gym to your coaches and teammates.

When you open the door, you get the blessing to IMMEDIATELY change your state into a state of mind that will be uplifting and powerful to your team! Throw all the stress and “blah feeling” away. Leave that baggage at the door and create something magical with your time in the gym!

When you’re angry or upset, you just have to ask yourself one question: Is that the type of person you want to show up as?”

Stay upbeat with a positive mental attitude by finding something that works for you. It may be just getting up, moving around, and getting some blood pumping. It may be some other type of ritual or routine. Keep playing with this until you find what works for you.

As mistakes happen, you have to lean on your self-talk and visualization to achieve your goals! Build these up by listing all the things you’re great at and how many amazing characteristics you have. You can help your final results by “pre-playing” yourself being successful in your mind. This is much more powerful than just daydreaming or pretending. Being intentional with your spare time, you can imagine yourself successfully performing your routine over and over.

Think of the last time you were unmotivated. I guarantee you weren’t moving!

And just remember, mistakes and feedback are ways of showing you what you can be better at.

Stefanie Odenbrett has been coached by Alisa for many, many years. Dating all the way back to when Stefanie was a young gymnast, she’s been guided with strength, poise, and determination. 

There are many life skills that have been transferred inside and outside of the gym. Read on to see what Stefanie has learned by watching and working with Alisa!

How long have you known Alisa?

I’ve known Alisa since I was eight years old, so roughly 24 years. Over the past 4 years, Alisa has become my personal mentor and more of a life coach. She coached me through numerous life/work events and obstacles.

How would you describe Alisa’s Coaching? 

I would describe her coaching as positive, patient, and committed. With these traits, she has always allowed me to make mistakes and handled it graciously after. I admire her ability to point out what I could have or should have done differently. She has taught me so much from self-reflection, patience, personal growth, and mindset. 

What are some of the most impactful things she’s taught you?

I think the two things Alisa taught me that I use daily are the skill of calendar blocking. Being a mom, working, going to school, and a training athlete, almost every day is accounted for from the minute I wake up at 4:30 AM until the minute I go to bed each night. Without knowing how to prioritize and calendar block I would be so overwhelmed with everything. The second thing I think far outweighs the first is mindset. 

I feel as though I have the most positive mindset about taking on all of life’s challenges because she taught me I will always be my biggest self fulfilling prophesy. With a positive mindset, open to challenges, and good preparation, you’ll either win or learn, never lose.

She’s bringin’ sexy back, yeah!

Helpin’ you make up for the health you lack.

Watch out folks! Justin Timberlake isn’t the only one who can bring sexy back.

Our Get It Back Queen Alisa Muller has always been one to get people in better shape.

Better Physical Shape for gymnastics.

Better Business Shape for monetary success.

And Better Mental Shape to have extreme levels of determination.  

This was put on display recently when she and David took a trip to Las Vegas to join and present in front of hundreds of others at an Isagenix conference.

While there, she was able to stress to people the importance of servant leadership and setting large goals. This is one way Alisa helps her clients friends and love ones get those things back. Servant leadership to Alisa means more than just doing the things she was tasked with. It means caring about people success more than her own and the credit she gets for it.

There are several keys to bringing sexy back. But here are a few that we think are most important.

  1. Having Clearly Defined Goals – Perhaps the most important on this list is having clearly defined goals. Without an end destination, you’ll struggle to know where you’re going. Worse yet, you’ll be easily thrown off track. Alisa knew her desired end weight and measurements well before she started her health journey, and CRUSHED it because of that!
  2. A Great Support System – You’ve got to have people rooting for you, especially those closest to you. Alisa and David started the Isagenix Challenge within a couple of weeks of each other. This allowed for a lot of empathy and encouragement when they both felt the desire for a yummy treat that wasn’t in their plan, but they could almost taste!
  3. Constant Improvement – You’re always going to learn something new about yourself, the exercises you do, ways to manage your portions, and the products you’re putting in your body if you just keep going! Constant improvement really only happens and is measurable if you keep going and sustain over long periods of time. You’ll see results little by little, or maybe even stay the same, but the results over time will be phenomenal. Stay on course!
  4. Constant Awareness – Having goals defined and support you can look to daily really helps you in turning any goal into an achievement. Being vigilant with your thoughts and actions towards your goal is a sure-fire way to make progress.
  5. Accountability – This is a big one too, that’s why we’ve made it the last thing you’ll read! Posting your intentions on social media, telling your closest friends, or letting your family know the importance of your goals and asking them for help. All of these are ways to let those around you know what you’re aiming for and that you may need their help. Ask them to keep you honest, check in, and give you encouragement along the way!

How do you plan to bring back whatever it is you need to???

It’s WUP-RUP Time!

 

How are you going to end 2018? How you choose to finish this year will have drastic consequences on the future of your goals, business, and legacy. Over 25+ years of entrepreneurship led by careful planning, The Mullers have noticed that when the calendar turns to December, it’s officially WUP-RUP time!

 

Wait, what in the world is WUP-RUP???

 

It simply stands for one of the two things you MUST do to make 2019 the best year yet.

 

You have two choices: You can Wrap Up OR Ramp Up

 

One finishes the current chapter, while one builds momentum for the next.

 

Wrap up: Finish those tasks and bigger goals. Believe or not, leaving a goal to be accomplished for next year, even if you’re pressed for time, could be one of the WORST things you can do! Why? Not only do you not make progress, but it’s like telling yourself it’s ok not to finish things and accomplish goals! Take a look at your goals and your calendar. You have 30 days to take action and make it happen!

 

Ramp up: Start getting that 2019 momentum going in these last 30 days! Ramping up means putting the pieces in place to truly blow the doors of your 2019 goals! Is there a skill you need to learn? Start looking up courses and make a decision on one you’ll study! Always been dreaming of a special vacation? Start lining up reservations, sites to see, things to do, and the money those things will take!

 

The WUP-RUP Season has always been a highly impactful time of the year for The Mullers. It’s how they decide what to finish, what to get started, and how to spend the next 365+ days.

 

Remember, the two differences between successful and unsuccessful people are:

  1. The things they think about
  2. How they spend their time

How will you choose to spend December? By Wrapping Up or Ramping Up.

 

P.S. Since we like options, there’s even a third part to this season you can break out, BUT ONLY  on special occasions.

 

There have been years where David and Alisa knew they weren’t going to see their families very much in the upcoming calendar.

 

In those cases, they’ll break out the special combination of Rest Up and Love Up.

 

However you choose to spend this season, we all hope it’s one of great insight and motivation.

 

YOU GOT THIS!

 

Hello there! It’s Gatlin, a P2K Tribe Member.

 

Today, I want to share a few amazing qualities the Mullers have. This way, you’ll know for sure if they’re the coaches or mentors for you!

 

Systematic – If it’s one thing David loves, it’s a good system! He’s helped me realize how crucial the framework of your life and business are. You can have all the tools and talent in the world, but leave out a great system for guidance and you’re kinda out of luck. Just think to yourself: Ever seen a head coach without a playbook? My point exactly!

 

Compassionate – David and Alisa are two of the biggest hearted people I’ve ever met. But it’s easy to say that on the surface. What I’ve been lucky enough to see under their tutelage is grace under fire. They openly share their own tough moments while they’re happening, which really gives them a good glass to look through when it comes to solving my issues. Even though it’s their job as mentors to be firm, it’s always with a touch of understanding and care. I truly appreciate this, maybe more so than any characteristic they bring to the table.

 

Competitive – With their compassion comes a whole lotta drive to win! I bet you can imagine it with Alisa’s gymnastics background. Truth is, I’m not sure who really enjoys winning more. It’s just insanely cool to see two people so on fire to make sure they “beat” the things holding them and their tribe members back. The passion that gets brought to turning goals into achievements and breaking down physical, emotional, spiritual walls is simply awesome!

 

Leading – Being leaders of leaders is something David and Alisa view as vital. They’ll guide their teams with precision and experience, but will also climb into battle with them when necessary! That’s why I love these two. It’s not only that they’ll tell you what to do, but they’ll relate their experience and even give you the one-on-one conversations you need to hear.

 

Forward-focused – Leaving a legacy you can be proud of is one of the most noted parts of their entire system. We set goals that’ll lead us to the people we want to be. So many things the Mullers and I talk about are far off, but the way they help you keep your goals top of mind is nothing short of incredible.

 

I could write many, many more things I like about David and Alisa, but I assume you don’t want reading material for the next few weeks ;)

 

I’ll just end by saying this: If you’ve ever felt bad after “failing”, don’t. You’re more than enough to change yourself and change the world. You’re as good (or bad) as you tell yourself. Belief in yourself and what you’re doing is vital to a good life. Go chase yours!