Time to Raise the Bar

3 Simple Steps To Greatness

Greatness requires that you demand more from yourself and those around you. What I’m going to share with you today is about how to raise your own personal BAR. 

100 day challenge goals

Let’s talk about how high you can jump… about how high you can raise your performance. 

The first recorded high jump event took place in Scotland in the 19th century. The record was set (at that time) at 5 feet 6 inches. Most of the jumpers at that time either used a conventional straight on approach or a scissors technique. The scissors technique involved a process of approaching the bar diagonally and then the jumper threw his inside leg over the bar first and then the other over the bar in a scissoring motion.

high-jump- world-record Around the turn of the 20th century, high jumping techniques started to become more effective. And Irish American high jumper modified the technique of the “scissor” by extending his back and flattening it out over the bar. As a result he established a new world record of six feet 5.625 inches in 1895.

This technique dominated for years until an American by the name M.F. Horine developed an even more effective technique called the “Western Roll.”

 Using this technique he was able to increase the world record to 6 feet 7 inches. This technique dominated for years and set a new world record in 1936 at the Berlin Olympics.

But the bar was raised again.

In 1957 the record was increased to 7 feet using a new technique called The Straddle.  American and Russian jumpers dominated the field of the high jump for the next four decades.

It wasn’t until a student from the University of Oregon Dick Fosbury created a new technique of high jumping that set the world record in the high jump and won him the 1968 Olympic gold medal.

This was a very unusual and awkward looking movement but it allowed him to Raise the Bar Again.


The “Fosbury Flop” as it became known, began to spread worldwide and soon “Floppers” were dominating international high jump competitions.

Here’s how it works… Running at the bar the jumper throws himself up while twisting his body. Using this method the world record has been raised several times.

The current men’s record holder with a jump of 8.5 feet was set in 1993 by Javier Sotomayor using the Fosbury Flop Technique.

 Why am I telling you about the history of the high jump?

Well, every time the bar was raised a new technique had to be developed. And it’s the same for you and I… it’s time to RAISE THE BAR.

 And if you’re going to accomplish any of your fitness goals or any other goals that you have set this year – we must focus on raising the bar of our performance. We must test our limits by RAISING THE BAR in every aspect of our lives. Yes I’m talking about goal setting again!

Time To Rise The Bar!

Now you may be asking yourself why…

You see, unless we try to do something beyond what we have already mastered, we will never grow and we will never reach our full potential. I want you today – not tomorrow (T.N.T.) to raise your expectations for what you will accomplish and how it will be accomplished.

How to reach your full potential

I want you to decide…

When will you begin to lose the weight that you need to lose?

When will you begin exercising ?

When will you start eating HEALTHIER?

When will health become important to you?

When will you get in shape?

Are you going to wait another year? Another 2-3-4 or more years? Or are you going to stop making LAME EXCUSES and make the decision to START TODAY!

And once you make that decision… I want you to focus in on How It Will Be Accomplished. I would like you to begin to think of a new and better way of becoming more fit, healthier, or perhaps become a better parent, spouse, manager, employee etc.

If you set a goal to work out two or three times a week – RAISE THE BAR – don’t just meet the goal… EXCEED IT.

Commit to working out four times per week for the next 90 or 100 days. Keep your commitment.

If you don’t know what to do or how to do it – – find out.

FREE Goal Setting Tool Kit And Forms (PDF)

To help you along… I’m going to provide you with a “Goal Setting Toolkit” that was designed by Gary Ryan Blair for the 100 day challenge.

Just CLICK the “Free Instant Access” button below!


FREE Instant Access

In this FREE download you’ll get his “Secret Sauce” for achieving any goal.

Along with a 1-3-5-goal setting form. You’ll be able to download this form to your computer and print it out and use it right away.

You’ll also learn Gary’s 3 step formula for setting goals (S.M.T.) , along with the 3 core components of the goal. In 3 easy steps Gary Ryan Blair walks you through the entire process of identifying your goals, determining your powerful motivation and finally identifying the action steps that will bring you closer towards the goals accomplishment.

Every activity that you and I engage in doing… one of two things happens . It either takes us towards or away from our goals. Every action, every thought, or behavior – no matter how big it is, no matter how small or how seemingly inconsequential it may seem to you and I.

Produces a bottom-line outcome or result. And that result is either going to be GOAL FOCUSED… Driving  you in the direction you want to go OR it’s going to be taking you away from the accomplishment of your goals.

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For Bully Xtreme OWNERS

In the Bully Xtreme “owners membership area” we will be adding new material, live video instruction of how to perform the exercises, additional workout routines and a completely revamped website for the download area.

In addition, we will be adding a weekly teleconference/video to help answer your questions, give you nutrition and workout tips and strategies and provide you support above and beyond what any other home gym or fitness equipment company currently provides. I hope you are as excited as I am!

Make a commitment to yourself as I’m making this commitment to you… 2015 will be a Breakthrough Year for Bully Xtreme Fitness.

I hope you’ll join us :-)

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