Motivation / 5 posts found

Set Your Mind and Your Body Will Follow

The root problem for many people who spend their lives procrastinating and making excuses as to why they don’t exercise is that they lack the proper mindset towards it. Typically the excuses to not workout go like this… “I don’t have time” “I’m tired” “I am too busy” “It’s boring” “I can’t afford a gym” “It hurts” But, all of these are just excuses. They really are. The truth is that people who don’t exercise…

Put a Motivational Spark in Your Mind and Body

Exercising to some is fun, and to others is a dreaded chore which they don’t look forward to. Keeping motivated towards their health & fitness goals is not always easy. So here’s a brief and effective tip that will turn into a great motivational tool for you. Wear a heart rate monitor (HRM) all throughout the day for a few weeks for EVERYTHING. I can hear you now, “what” “why”? Wearing a heart rate monitor while doing things such as chores around the house, at work, playing with…

People Fail From a Lack of Knowledge

Those who know me know that I don’t recommend anything that I know doesn’t offer all that it claims. With all the confusion about what is good or bad when it comes to the health & fitness informational world, it’s easy to see why so many people are skeptical to try and increase their knowledge of the body and how to improve upon it by implementing a nutritional and workout program. Being that our website is new, and it will take a few months to publish sufficient articles,…

Accepting Yourself

It is important that you come to a place where you feel comfortable with your body exactly as it is right now. By accepting your body just as it is – today – you are able to reduce the stress signals that are encouraging fat storage. Once you accept yourself as you are, you end the war with your body, and weight loss becomes natural.

How to Achieve Any Goal

Do you have unmet goals? You aren’t alone. In fact, many people live with unfulfilled aspirations and the self-help industry is booming. Unfortunately, many widely used self-help techniques fail to deliver results. Case in point: You’ve probably heard of the “Yale Goal Study” in which researchers were said to have interviewed the graduating Yale seniors in 1953, asking whether or not the students had written down specific goals that they wanted to achieve. Then twenty years…