If you’re reading this article you’ve probably read 100’s of articles on the topic of weight loss. In this article I’m not going to tell you how to lose weight, because chances are you probably have a basic knowledge on how to lose weight. READ MORE
Veganism was once a fringe diet associated with tree hugging, sandal wearing health food store shopping type, it has since became popular amongst many celebrities(Jay Z and Beyonce two of the most famous), urban hipsters to college students, suburban mothers thus the mainstream. READ MORE
Want to know what happened to me when I started to take responsibility for my life?
When I realized that my situation and circumstances was the result of decisions I’ve made. I decided to begin the process of changing – mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and financially – by changing the way I think.
It was hard because that meant I had to stop lying to myself.
It meant I had to start accepting responsibility for my past. READ MORE
We’re our own worst enemy!
Sometimes the biggest obstacle standing between us and where we want to go in life is our inability to discipline ourselves. I know people a lot smarter than me, and have big goals but haven’t accomplished them because they can’t get up early enough for the job, or they can’t shut out distractions for a few hours a week to study their craft, or they don’t want to learn the business end of running a business.READ MORE
Secret Advantages of Habit-Based Coaching to Help You Achieve Mental and Physical Transformation campaigns
What is a habit-based program?
A habit-based coaching program, like what I offer – helps walk clients through the process of changing the way they look, feel, and perform. Instead of an all or nothing approach, I use a sustainable, practice-based approach to help clients make healthy habits a lifestyle.
Do you have a goal for each of your workouts?
Having a goal is more important than you may think.
When each session is goal-oriented, you’ll get the most out of your exercise time.
Decide how long you’ll go for, how many reps you’ll do and at what intensity before your workout begins.
Then go for it.
To take it a step further, set clear goals, write them down, and keep a record of your workouts. There’s nothing quite like knowing exactly where you want to be, where you currently are, and what you’ve achieved.
Yes, making big changes in your body takes sacrifice and delayed gratification. And, yes, this is hard and is why most people give up and never achieve their goals. You can make things easier on yourself, and increase your chance of success, by planning ahead to reduce moment to moment decisions. READ MORE