Sometimes you’ve got to think outside the box and try something different if you want to make an impact.
Something that caught my eye last week did just this.
An agreement between us and the UK government has set in plans to establish a rocket that’ll cut travel time between Sydney and London to only 4 hours.
That is obviously a massive change from the way things are done now when you need 24 hours with a stopover half way.
And they want to get London to New York happening in only 1 hour.
Now I don’t know how the logistics of all this would work, but they claim that a hybrid hydrogen-air breathing rocket would mean the speed would be more than twice the speed of the old Concorde planes.
And we all know how those ended up…
The plan is for test flights in the mid 2020’s which isn’t that far away when you realise that we hit a whole new decade next year!
And then for flights to begin sometime in the 2030’s.
Imagine if that could get up off the ground – despite the fact that it’d cost an arm and a leg – it definitely opens up the world even more than it is now.
It just goes to show that sometimes you have to think outside the box and challenge the way things have always been done.
The same can be applied to exercise.
I’ve done that at DPM with our shorter workouts.
Sure, longer workouts still happen but they are not the be-all end-all.
Especially if there’s no way that you can commit to that type of time frame.
The shorter 30 minute express sessions make it possible for you to get a great workout.
And as I’ve proven many times over, you can even get away with less.
Something I would have scoffed at 19 years ago when I first started in the fitness industry.
So maybe this rocket idea isn’t as far fetched as it might initially seem?
PS – speaking of outside the box, did you see my message yesterday about how I decided to test a 10 pack casual visit pass.
This is targeted towards those whose schedule doesn’t usually align for a regular DPM training commitment.
I’m going to test it out over the next month or so and see if it gets any traction.
You can lock in your 10 pack for only $275 below