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30 Days of Motivation: How Willing Are You?

There’s no question you WANT it.The question is how BAD do you want it. Because if you really, REALLY want it, you will do whatever it takes to get it. In my line of work, I hear a lot of people who say they “really want to lose weight”, they “really want to get healthy”, …

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30 Days of Motivation: Don’t Let Your Weekends Get in the Way of Your Goal

It’s time to face another weekend! Will you erase all the hard work you put in this week, or will you protect it like you’d protect your most precious belonging? So many people aren’t as protective over their weekday investment as they should be. They loosen the reins  – a little too much, only to …

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30 Days of Motivation: Fitness Isn’t a Job, It’s an Opportunity

Have you ever realized just how spoiled we are? We ALL are! We think we have it so rough. Busy schedules, poor economy, working hard for little money – and don’t even mention exercise and diet! But, in reality, Americans have it much easier than so many people in the world. Yet, we are so …

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30 Days of Motivation: Leave the Past in the Past

How many times have you heard someone talk about the past as if it still is the present? We do it all the time. Often times we pick fights with our spouse, and friends, based on things that happened YEARS ago – and we also do it to ourself. We think of all the times we …

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30 Days of Motivation: Could I? Would I? Should I?

Live today so you never look back and say “I coulda, I woulda, I shoulda”. No Regrets!  We’ve all done it – those moments we realize we coulda woulda shoulda. So, how can we improve? Next time we make a decision, we ask ourself “Could I? Would I? Should I?” Making NO Decision is Still Making …

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30 Days of Motivation: 10 Ways to Easily Boost Your Fitness

One of the most popular excuses people come up with on why they don’t exercise is because they don’t have time, but what if I told you you could exercise during normal daily activities? Well, you can! Here are 10 ways to incorporate exercise in your normal daily routine.  1. Bend: Stretch your hamstrings when …

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Oops I Did It Again!

Every Christmas Steve and I allow ourselves to go off our diet for a period of time and indulge in some of our favorite Holiday treats. And, every year, I wake up the day after Christmas surprised at my growing belly. Why I’m surprised, I have no clue. I ate enough to kill someone and …

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Monday Motivation: No Regrets

If you want to reach your goals, you have to change your thinking. What do I mean? I mean, instead of doing what you want to do now, think ahead of where you are going and work backwards. You can’t always make decisions based on what is right in front of you. You have to …

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50 Shades of [Athletic] Grey

Before I even begin, I must confess I have not read this book. I have no idea if there is any reference to the actual greyscale. Now, with that in mind, hold on to your panties – because I’m about to get down and dirty – about fitness that is! The fitness industry often bounces …

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Will Run for Mexican Food: Why Dangling the Tortilla Chip Works

Motivated to Run We all have our reasons for running. Some people run for their cardiovascular health, some run for weight loss, some run for stress relief, and others run to eat or drink. Let’s face it, most people run to make more room for calories (or to burn already eaten calories) – so they …

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