Motivation :

Monday, September 21, 2020

Keep Up the Fit Work.

Create your vision board, have accountability partners, set your clothes out the night before, and get the sleep you need as much as you can. Do what you must to keep up the fit work. There are many people that you might not know that are pulling for you. They see you in the gym pushing your limits every workout. They see your gains when you are unable to see them. They are the people that speak in passing, the trainers on site, and the people working out that have the same goals as you…to be fit in 2020. You are not alone, and you owe it to yourself to push through your challenges to make it to March by taking it one day at a time. Before you know it you’ll at the close of the year looking at on the progress you’ve made physically, mentally and spiritually by sticking to your journey.

Careful When Judging Obesity.

October 3, 2019 by  
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Many people that reach a certain point in obesity become reclused in part because they know they are being judged. They know when they go out to eat someone is going to be eyeing them like for them to eat at all is disgusting.

Weight Loss is a Process.

August 8, 2018 by  
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Your deserve wellness and wholeness that can be found in working to better your health and state of mind.

Know When To Workout.

but knowing your schedule and what your body needs at different times of the day will help you take the information you fine, etc….

It’s Not Always Safe to Work Out in Pain.

December 3, 2017 by  
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If you are recovering from a serious injury it is understandable that you are beyond ready to get back into the gym, but you would want to be.

Fallen off fitness Goals? Here is How to Get Back on Track.

Tweet ( Every exercise plan begins with a single step. If you are extremely out of shape, focus on short-term goals so that you do not feel overwhelmed. The American Heart Association recommends that healthy adults do a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate cardiovascular activity every week, the equivalent of 30 minutes five days per […]

Social Media in the Gym Might Kill You Time.

May 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Fitness, Motivation, News, Weekly Column

Tweet ( It’s no secret that social media has taken over just about every aspect of our lives. There is not much now that we do without posting, selfies, and checking in. Though we can stay connected to others via social media sometimes we do need to unplug. Working out at the gym serves many purposes. […]

Workout for Your Mood.

April 20, 2017 by  
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Tweet ( Life is stressful. Every day we seem to be bombarded with negativity and challenges. Combative energy can come from so many different sources such as work, trauma, family, financial woes, and even social media. We won’t even begin to talk about the social climate of our country. Staying positive, and upbeat, is becoming more […]

6 Ways to Get and Stay Fit in the Winter Months.

October 22, 2016 by  
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Tweet ( With winter soon among us, winter is usually the time of year we all enjoy holiday eating and pack on the pounds. But you don’t want to reverse all the hard work you accomplished during the spring and summer months. Winter blues is an actual emotional state. You have to change your state of […]

Three Motivators to Help You Finish the Set.

October 3, 2016 by  
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Tweet ( One of my jobs as a fit pro is to build sets into my client’s fitness regimen. I stress to my clients the importance of finishing all of the prescribed sets. Doing so is good for the body. In life, also, finishing our dreams, our goals and our aspirations is just as important. In […]

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