The Secret to Changing a Habit — the traveling caveman day 5

by kyle maynard on September 13, 2012

It’s only a few days in and I already know I’ve been pushed outside my comfort zone. I’ve been hungry, I’ve been sore… and I’ve probably been a little moody too if you ask my friends and family! How is the challenge going for you?! Haven’t signed up for the challenge yet? There’s still time! Click here to commit to a major change in your life.

I hope you enjoy the video from the Chicago airport! And I’d love to hear your thoughts on how this applies to your life.

Click the image below to see the video.

 

The Traveling Caveman

{ 28 comments… read them below or add one }

Lisa September 13, 2012 at 2:43 pm

I never thought to turn around the addictive behavior and use its powers for good instead of evil :) thanks Kyle for changing my perspective!

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Kyle Maynard September 14, 2012 at 12:22 am

It’s a good thing to think about when we’re hungry at least ;-)

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JRO September 13, 2012 at 8:47 pm

Kyle…………………

Down 40 for the year, NOT great but ok. Have been on a major weightloss plateau for along time. I am starting the Lurong Paleo Challenge on Monday. I am walking/running a 5K in two weeks. I competed in Deadlift for Dollars and lifted 200 pounds. I am commiting to PALEO, WHOLE 30, fish oil, D3(something) a gallon of water a day etc. I hope to get 25 more off by end of the year..DO YOU THINK I CAN?

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Kyle Maynard September 14, 2012 at 12:14 am

JRO- I have more faith in you and your tenacity than just about anyone I know. I don’t think you can. When you put your mind to it, I know you WILL.

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James September 13, 2012 at 9:01 pm

well i will plan to exercise and lose weight as my habbit became overeating and i now am heavier than i have ever been.so my 90 challenge will be to stop eating crap and get to exercising more.

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Kyle Maynard September 14, 2012 at 12:21 am

James, it’s awesome to have you on board!

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Sami September 14, 2012 at 1:41 am

I have a prolaps in spine (neck). I need to get off my painkillers
and back to training, went up 6kg…
So, I am in. I have to do gymnastics 30 min everyday for the next 90 days.
Get my neck in shape to leave the painkillers.

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Kyle Maynard September 20, 2012 at 11:14 am

I love this Sami :-)

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Amber September 14, 2012 at 3:10 pm

Hey Kyle! I’d love to say that I am going to commit to 40 mins of walking a day, but I won’t because I have to be realistic. I also have tons of studying to do because I am falling behind already in my A&P class and I am so overwhelmed with it. BUT I WILL go ahead and commit to not getting anymore Oreo sundaes from Baskin Robbins. Not only were they expensive, but they are 1270 calories! I have gotten about 10 of them over the past few months. I knew what I was doing. And this sounds mean, but there were three girls in Baskin Robbins the other day getting the same thing I was getting, and they were all significantly overweight. I realized that I was the fourth significantly overweight girl in there too. So, I will commit to no more of those, but beyond 90 days. :) Thanks Kyle. We gotta hold ourselves accountable!

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Kyle Maynard September 20, 2012 at 11:15 am

That is an awesome place to start Amber! Glad to have you on board

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Alex September 16, 2012 at 2:04 am

Hey Kyle, I just heard about your story for the first time this week and then got the chance to meet you in SLC. I’m committing to lose 40 lbs. Over the past 6 years, since I got married, my wife and I have had 4 kids, so it’s been pretty easy for me to make excuses to not work out. But after meeting you, I realized how lazy I have been. So my commitment is two-fold: first, to lose 40 lbs; second, to get off my lazy butt and start doing all the little things that I feel prompted to do. Thanks so much for your inspiration as well as your hard work to support the wounded warriors.

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Kyle Maynard September 20, 2012 at 11:16 am

We all lift each other up, you aren’t lazy you just needed to find the right passion to make it happen. Very glad to have you on the team Alex

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Kelly September 19, 2012 at 1:15 am

Hi Kyle! Here’s my goal….I’ve been doing Body for Life for about three months now, so I feel like I’m in a good groove for exercise…now I’m moving on to my business and spiritual goals…I will contact two new people daily and follow up with two others daily…I will also read at least ten verses of scripture each day and pray morning and night. Now I can’t quit because I told you my goals!!! :)

Thanks so much for your light and spirit!
Kelly:)
p.s. I’m the lady that was bawling the whole time I talked to you at the doTERRA convention!

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Kyle Maynard September 20, 2012 at 11:17 am

Kelly that is good stuff. Once we get one thing under us, we can move on to the next. Thank you for sharing that

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kyla September 19, 2012 at 10:32 pm

I started Jillian Michael’s 30 Day Shred on September 1, along with my regular running program. I’ve completed day 19 and plan to continue on for the 30 days. Depending on where I’m at at the end of the 30 days . . . I may start it over again in October (or start another strength training program). I’m finding that it’s a pretty good warm up, and I am seeing the benefits of this in my running. Wish I’d have started doing something like this when I started running . . . but at the time, it was “too hard” for me and I didn’t stick with it. It’s not easy, but I can tell the difference in my runs, by the strength, speed and lack of pain I am now feeling, when I run after my workouts. I don’t want to give that up! 90 days of focusing on strength and stretching . . . Thanks for the inspiration and the challenge!

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Kyle Maynard September 20, 2012 at 11:19 am

That is an awesome place to start Kyla and I know you will feel the results. Thanks for sharing your goal.

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Kimberly September 26, 2012 at 12:54 am

Hi Kyle! I had heard part of your story before but not all of it. I was amazed to hear more at the doTERRA convention and Blessed to get to meet you in SLC. You are SO inspirational! I was so speechless when it was my turn to meet you. I’m going through so much in life and your Never Give Up attitude was just what I needed that weekend. It helped jump-start me to take action of my life over the past week. I just started on a path that is going to help me take control of my health and my life. So my goal is sort of two fold, first get myself taken care of, second so that I can better help my family and so I can get fully caught up in school!

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Gaston October 3, 2012 at 1:32 pm

Love the challenge, I’m going to start passing this along to my clients, as well as take the journey with you… even if I’m starting late.

BTW, gotta love the Irony of the McDonald’s sign in the background of the video

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blanco October 26, 2012 at 11:08 am

Kyle your awesome, and you never give up .Congrants on climbing that mountain.

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Kittle October 26, 2012 at 11:13 am

Hello again, Kyle, I am commited to walking a lap or two around the block every day after school, even if it prevents me from finishing some of my homework, but it usually doesn’t and I’ve been better than I’ve ever been, thank you.

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michaelbrown October 26, 2012 at 2:23 pm

today in ms libbys class hendersonvill tn at knox doss middle school we are watching videos about you today. u really inspire me. i cant beleive the things u do. most people that have all there limbs cant even do the the things that u have done.

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StroudCaroline October 29, 2012 at 10:54 am

Hello,
Today or Friday we talked about u today at my school , you inspired me to never give up on my dreams.

Sincerly,
StroudCaroline

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Newsome Keasia October 29, 2012 at 12:43 pm

Kyle i rally hope you read this it would really make my day :) . I have really changed my habits. I’m making good grades all the teachers like me. Plus I’m a loving person i would really like to meet you one day . :) :)

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Chris November 27, 2012 at 3:37 pm

Hi Kyle,
I am 51, in a dead end career. I owned my own business more than half my life ago. For the last 5 + years I have been saying I want to do it again. I have not had the fire to do it. When I was in my early twenty’s I had the attitude and the fire to it. I could have cared less how many people told me I couldn’t do it or what I was doing wouldn’t work. I did it. I realize I am very late to the challenge… I am going to own my own business in 90 days and I will lose 30 pounds in those 90 days. I will keep you posted. Congratulations on all your achievements! You are a remarkable young man. Best wishes,
Chris

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Joan Tynen September 10, 2013 at 3:33 pm

KYLE, I signed for your newsletter in May and as yet have not received any! I had a fall 10 months ago and am still challenged in many ways from Neurological Surgery done then. Due to these impairments I won’t be on board for the ASEA Convention and the opportunity to hear your motivational speech. This one would be my 4th so I’m hoping there will copies available. My daughter Dorothy and husband will attend so I asked for a copy of ” No Excuses ” Hopefully it will be in our store!
I admire and praise your spirited energy in all your accomplishments.

God Bless all your Work! I’ll look forward to your e/m Newsletter! Thanks for your Leadership!!!! Joan

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