Walk into your gym and much like the weights and exercise equipment are divided into sections, so too are the members. I guess naturally people gravitate towards people of similar interests, and that is fine. However, the issue I have is when people begin to criticize others for not training the same way they are.
Category Archives: Motivation
**I am making an effort to deliver my posts in the same way I program my own training. I try to keep frequency as consistent/high as possible, but will vary the volume/load…in this case today I’m going switch it up on you with a less lengthier post than normal.** We always ask the wrong question
Extremely proud of my client for all the work he’s put in towards his health and fitness. I tried asking him for some before pictures, but his response: “I was always too embarrassed with my body to ever be caught in a picture without my shirt on.” He’s been applying my flexible dieting principles,
I’m in a relationship!…with food. We all need food in order to survive, and that is scientific fact. No one, therefore, can refute the statement about themselves being in such a relationship. We have varying degrees of relationships with food, ranging from good to bad, and in some unfortunate cases horrible. A common subject that
1.) Embrace Your Imperfections – You’re not, you won’t be, and will never be perfect. Sometimes we forget to tell ourselves that. We put ourselves through guilt and anxiety when we fall off track from our perfect diet, or our perfect routine, etc. You must account for error, mistakes, and slip-ups. Most importantly, you can’t let
FUEL!!! Nutrition is a HUGE part of the ever changing quest for people to lose weight and to becoming healthier and more fit. However, with the hundreds of diets and scientific methods for achieving your goals, it can be extremely daunting and difficult to get the results you want. Of course there are some simple
I’ve known this wonderful girl for quite a while, and despite this being a lengthy post, it deserves every bit of your attention. Make sure you to give this your time, because she was gracious enough to share her story with not only me, but to the community. Valerie is a Registered Nurse in her