Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Life is Full of Obstacle ILLUSIONS

You can either allow the obstacles in your life to be the excuse for your failure or you can make them the reason behind your success.

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Fruit is Nature's Candy

Fruits are nutrient dense, they taste delicious and they satisfy a sweet craving…Eat more fruit!

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Friday, March 13, 2015

Consistency Is Key

Consistency births results...keep going!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

You Can Try Again

Every day is another chance to change your life...If you don’t like what you’re getting then change what you’re doing...keep trying and never give up.

Monday, January 26, 2015

100 Day Challenge

I posted this on MotiveWeight 3 years ago and today I received a request for it so I thought it would be a good idea to repost it.

The 100 Day Challenge Count-Up card was created by Wayne Bartlet HERE is the Facebook link for it.

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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! May 2015 be your best year ever!

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

A Holi-DAY (or two, or three) Can Be Part Of A Healthy Lifestyle

Fitness and healthy weight loss is a lifestyle that allows for Christmas indulgences, so eat, drink and be merry.

Merry Christmas Everyone! :)

Monday, October 27, 2014

If It Doesn't Challenge You It Doesn't Change You

If it doesn’t challenge you it doesn’t change you – I’ve always been fascinated by how much harder a person works when they have a tough personal trainer pushing them to do their best. With this in mind, whenever I feel myself slacking during my workout and wanting to take the easy route, I pretend Jillian Michaels is my trainer. I literally imagine her shouting at me, telling me to “Work harder!…Do 5 more reps!…Faster, faster!…Keep going!”. This has the effect of instantly making me work harder. Try this little trick yourself (with a trainer of your choice) the next time you need extra motivation to increase the intensity of your workout…it works!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

I Did is Much Stronger Than I Will

I recently found a way to make myself work out every day: First I decided to commit to working out every day by just starting very small. On day 1 I was only motivated to workout for 2 minutes (Yes, I know, sounds too little right?). But EVERY DAY thereafter I decided that my absolute minimum would be 2 minutes. No matter how demotivated I felt, I was determined to do my 2 minutes. This goal was so small that it was almost impossible not to do it. By day 3 or 4 I had doubled it to 4 minutes. One week later I felt very comfortable to do 15 minutes, because it was beginning to feel like a HABIT. If on any day I did not feel like working out I would make myself do my minimum of two minutes. By week 2, I was doing 30-45 minutes EVERY DAY. Now it's over a month since I started this new way of staying motivated and I now workout for 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes daily (on my elliptical, spin bike, plus YouTube workout videos).
Working out daily has now become my habit, it would seem as strange to me to not work out as it would to not brush my teeth. If you find yourself saying "I will do my workout" and then find yourself procrastinating, but you really want to say "I DID my workout today" consider starting off with a ridiculously short time of just two minutes, but make sure you do those two minutes EVERY DAY. Within a few weeks to a month you'll find this has become a habit that you'll enjoy and be proud of, which in turn will motivate you to want to exercise for even longer.
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