Be Bold! Do It For Yourself!

“Whatever you can dream, BEGIN. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now!”

Hey, Guys! Don’t ever settle for a beat down, run down, woe is me lifestyle. Get strong, stay strong. If you’re a beginner, start off with stretching, push ups (from the knees), body weight squats and sit ups. Before you know it, you’ll feel awesome again!

Don’t worry about transforming your body.  Transform your MIND and your body will follow.  Start off by walking if you’ve been a couch potato.  Set a timer and walk around your neighborhood for 15 minutes.  That’s it!  15 easy minutes.  Focus on your breathing, notice your surroundings, enjoy the sun, nature – wear headphones to block out distractions – you don’t even have to have music on although you certainly can if you choose to.

Continue to focus on your breathing while you’re walking – you’re training your mind to block out distractions and boy, are there a ton of them in today’s world.  Walk and focus for 15 minutes.  If you stick with it, I’ll bet you’ll feel more in control of your life which will build self-esteem and confidence.  Transform your mind and your body will follow.


Work up to 3 walks a week, then 5 walks a week.  Keep the time at 15 minutes and then after 3 weeks, go for 20-30 minutes.  Once you’ve established this routine (usually takes 3 weeks), you’ll FEEL and see changes.  You’ll feel:

  • More energetic – you’ll sleep better
  • More positive
  • Lighter
  • More agile
  • And enjoy better cardiovascular fitness levels


You’ll see:

Just get started – don’t waste another day.  No excuses, no drama – do it for yourself!

Today’s workout:
Warm up / stretch
Rumble roller
Core hammer
1) Deadlifts 3 sets
235lbs x 5
275lbs x 5
310lbs x 14 reps

2) Hang from a bar: 80 seconds

3) DB Rows
35lbs x 10
45lbs x 10
52lbs x 10

4) Rear DB Laterals
15lbs x 10
20lbs x 10
15lbs x 10

5) Neck
3 sets of 10 reps

6) Headstands / Handstand practice

7) Double Unders x 50 reps

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Scott York is a fitness professional with nearly 30 years experience in the fitness industry.

These videos are for informational purposes only and are not meant as medical advice, nor is it a substitute for medical advice or a medical program.  The workouts and exercises demonstrated here are designed to be used by healthy individuals only and may be too strenuous for some de-conditioned people.

Viewers should not perform any of the workouts or exercises shown on this channel until they have been shown proper technique by a qualified fitness professional.

Anyone experiencing any pain, discomfort, light-headedness, dizziness or becoming short of breath, should stop exercising immediately and consult a doctor/physician.

Scott York, Scott York Fitness nor any person associated or shown on this channel is responsible in any manner for any injury, loss, risk or liability, personal or otherwise, that might result from the use of the fitness programs or exercises shown on this youtube channel.


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