It’s a great saying that more fit you stay, more productive you will be. It is a matter of fact that healthy people will stay less absent, whether it is at school, college or at work. More importantly you can be able to handle stress easier.Click here to continue reading
By admin On December 4, 2011 No Comments
When we want to make changes in ourselves it can seem like an overwhelming task. Where do we begin? Start with the most important and pressing matters. Here are some top tips for transforming your overall wellbeing.
Before you do anything, make a list. This list will help you to prioritize your life. Most of us simply say that we need a total overhaul, but there have to be some specifics or we won’t even get past square one. Look at what is most affecting you right now that needs to change. This will be the first step.Click here to continue reading
By admin On May 11, 2011 No Comments
What change could you make in your life/style in the next 30 DAYS that will take you closer to the body, mind, and LIFE you most crave?
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By admin On April 21, 2011 No Comments
For some of you, waking up early is as natural as breathing. Lucky you. But for many others, including myself, waking up early is virtually an impossible thing to do. Luckily, using the motivational tips below can give you a better way to start the day.Click here to continue reading
By admin On September 2, 2010 5 Comments
Maybe you have seen it or maybe not but he makes some good points. Take a look and let me know what you think by adding a comment.
Oh yeah, one more thing….when he is talking about dying on the treadmill…PLEASE DON’T DO THAT!
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By admin On August 19, 2010 No Comments
For many, the quest to be in shape and manage weight feels overwhelming. And, as if the quest to be fit isn’t hard enough, there’s often other obstacles to overcome: health issues, time management, mustering up courage or energy. Even if you’ve been exercising for a long time, there’s always new barriers to be broken. So, how to put all of this into perspective?
According to Tom Turner, executive liaison for the Spina Bifida Association that’s exactly it: Perspective. And also, according to him, there’s no mountain too high to climb. Tom would know. Paralyzed from the waist down since birth he’s now 35 and trains about three times a week. In fact, he tells me, he just couldn’t get along without exercise.
Fear of failing will keep you from your goals. If you fail then you may justify it as that “I was never meant to succeed in my goals so I will never do anything.” Just because you don’t get to your goal as fast as you think you should doesn’t mean you failed, it just means you may need to give it another week or even more.
Keep yourself open to a set back because it may happen. Once you learn to overcome this then you will become stronger, not only physically but also emotionally. You will realize that you can do it. Don’t sit back and do nothing because you are scared of failure and not accomplish what you want. You will not fail but you will also not get what or where you want to be.
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