“Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.” – Allen Klein

“People in this world shun people for being great, for being a bright color, for standing out. But the time is now, to be OK with being the greatest you”. – Kanye West

“Revolution begins in putting on bright colors”. – Tennessee Williams

The other day, I walked past a woman in a parking lost.  She wasn’t hard to miss.  She was dressed in pink from head to toe!  A pink hoodie, pink sweatpants, and pink shoes.  Another man commented “that’s a good color on you”.  Without a beat, the woman responded “the brighter the better!”  That made me think.  Made me think back on some well known athletes who dress brightly – Tiger Woods on Sundays, Connor Mcgreggor at press conferences, Serena Williams on the tennis court, Rey Mystery Jr. in the wrestling ring.  They stand out.  They make a statement.  You cannot miss them.

More so, these athletes have a confidence about them.  They are enthusiastic and passionate individuals.  They give off positivity and swagger when they compete.  This made me think deeper.  Dressing in bright colors can help us as individuals.  We want to become our best selves in life and in the gym.  We want to be noticed.  We want to show off.  We want to feel confident and have that swagger in life. I am not sure what comes first- the bright colors or the attitudes of belief, confidence, swagger.  But, it doesn’t really matter.  They are both intertwined.  Next time you want to feel better about yourself and get noticed, dress in bright colors: bright shorts, shirts, socks, shoes, bandanas, you name it.  Put on your bright look and kill your workouts!  As Always, Eat, Move, and Improve!

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