The one thing I love about training and health is there is NEVER a finish line… Unless you croak it 🤪
Yes, you might improve or hit a goal or a target… But there is always “What’s next?!” Often, it’s an innate natural progress and other times you might need a gentle push.
Continue reading “Taking your health to the next level”
I’ll be honest with you… I never really liked to read… In fact, I hated reading.
Staring at a wall or counting the hairs on my arms seemed more compelling.
Continue reading “Four unsuspecting books that improved my health”
In my line of work, I get to hear funny reasons people haven’t stuck to their plan or healthy habits.
“I had friends stay with us from out of town”
“I have to eat what my wife cooks or she’ll get angry”
“I had to take my kids for pizza, they won’t eat anything else”
“Think I left my gym shoes on the train” Continue reading “What really makes us fat and lazy”
Do you have any rituals or routines when it comes to exercises, sports or work?
If the answer is NO, then you should think twice.
Continue reading “How to use rituals for better performance”
Often, the thought of starting a healthy plan or diet can be worse than actually doing it.
You might have noticed that I haven’t been posting articles over the last couple of weeks (if you haven’t shame on you), as I have been getting married and traveling with the family.
Continue reading “How to start being healthy when you don’t feel like it”
All too often I catch clients and people focusing on the things that don’t matter for training and improvement. Gyms and trainers market themselves (and there is nothing wrong with marketing), on features and the latest trends.
Continue reading “Focusing on what matters – Picking the right gym or coach”
Last week I posted a video to my social media (see here) of myself doing a ridiculous drop set and I had a few people contact me and say. “Do I need to be training like that? You looked like you were in extreme pain, is that safe?” Continue reading “Discomfort is the key”
“Ticking off that first goal or overcoming an obstacle will do wonders for confidence, and will create “buy-in” for the next step. People have a natural tendency to want to finish or complete what they began.”
Photo Credit: Bev Childress - Instagram
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Continue reading “Breaking Muscle Article – Set Small Goal to Accomplish Big Things”
The notion of setting goals can conjure up both positive and negative associations depending on past experiences or how necessary we think they are. Some people who are anti self-help can avoid them altogether because of this very association. But there is no way around improvement and achievement without defining WHAT it is we’re aiming to improve. Continue reading “How to set fitness and health goals effectively”
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” — Friedrich Nietzsche
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A life of meaning becomes apparent by stepping up to play a greater version of your life.
Continue reading “How To Step Up And Stand Out To Create A Life Full Of Meaning”