“Maximum Output @ Optimum Efficiency”


Today’s topic can be utilized in almost every aspect of your life.  Whether it be on the job or at the gym, that goal is to complete the workload in the best way possible.  That’s where my little slogan, “Maximum Output at Optimal Efficiency” (trademark coming!) stems from.  Let’s say, for instance, you work a desk job and you have to complete a huge stack of paperwork before you can go home that day.  Theoretically, if you got it done early, your job requirements for the day would be fulfilled and you could head home.  So tell me, are you going to go about it with a slow, cumbersome approach or are you going to figure out a way to streamline the paperwork to get it all done ASAP.  I’m pretty sure 10 out of 10 people would agree, streamline is the way to be.  In order to achieve maximum output, you must optimize your efficiency.  This will allow you get it all done in a timely fashion and head home.

Now let’s take this slogan to the gym.  Same idea.  If you want to have the best workout you can, you need to make every moment as efficient as possible.  No wasted energy, no wasted reps.  Crossfit has this philosophy on lockdown.  Everything they preach is geared towards moving the human body in the most efficient manner to maximize the individual’s output.

Although I am suggesting working in the most efficient way, I am in no way advocating laziness!  Remember, we’re talking maximum output here.  You are cramming a huge workload into a small time frame (in the office or in the gym, follow my ramblings with whatever mental picture best helps you understand!) and therefore you must be willing to stay on task, on point, and strive to achieve.  Efficiency is not an excuse to cut down your work intensity.  Keep your intensity at a high level with optimum efficiency and you will see tremendous results!


Posted on February 25, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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