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WEIGHT LOSS: Are You Blind to Your Own Success?

Let’s see if you can relate to this little scenario. Let’s say you are on a weight loss journey and you check the scale day after day but it just seems like your success is slower than you want. You think “I work so hard. I feel like all I do is diet and exercise. When will I reap …

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Motivation For Those “I Don’t Feel Like It” Days

“if If I only did things when i felt like it, I wouldn’t do many things that benefited me”. – Pastor Ron, WaterStone Church If you want to succeed with fitness, in relationships, at work and in life, there is one thing you will have to learn to do: Don’t live a life led by emotions. …

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Fitness Motivation: You CAN Finish What You Started

Moving Ahead Is A Choice I was listening to Rick Warren’s teaching today called “The Growth Choice“. As I listened to it, I couldn’t help think about how true that title is in every area of our lives. Growth is a choice. We can choose to grow in head knowledge, we can choose to grow …

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Monday Motivation: It’s Time To Refocus

Are You Near Sighted? What if every decision you made was not based on how you feel now, but how you would feel later? I believe too many of us approach our life with a near sighted view. We only make decisions based on what we can see up close, because everything far away is …

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Monday Motivation: Seek and You Will Find

One of the biggest obstacles I come across most is people not being honest with themselves. Cients often try to convince me of how healthy they eat and how they are doing everything right but they just can’t lose weight. They think they are just an exception to the rule. In all my years in the fitness …

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JAN 27: You Are Your Reward

Only a few more days of my daily motivational posts to kick off the New Year strong! I hope they are “pumping you up”! In my interview with JJ Peterson, the trainer from the first episode of Fit To Fat To Fit, JJ says “you have to find your why”. As many of you know, …

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JAN 22: 10 Tips to Stop the Never-Ending Diet

Committed – 7 Days A Week One of the hardest parts about dieting is sticking to your diet 7 days a week. Anyone can diet for a few days in a row, but to diet over the weekend? That’s a challenge. Don’t erase all your hard work in the gym in one bad day over the …

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JAN 11: Ready to Fail, Committed to Succeed

If we can focus on progress more than perfection, we will be way ahead by the end of the year. I don’t know about you, but I’m super hard on myself. If I can do something perfect, I get discouraged easily. That’s ridiculous! If I can’t do something just right, I need to keep working …

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JAN 8: What Are You Really Giving Up?

When we start a diet, the first thing we think about is everything we are going to have to give up to reach our goal. We think about the food we won’t be able to eat, the parties we won’t want to go to (because we don’t want to be tempted) or the time we …

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JAN 3: Take Control of Your Year

One of the biggest problems Americans have is we lack self-control. We allow our feelings to control us instead of us working harder to control our feelings. Some people wake up and just decide they don’t feel like going to work, even though they are in debt up to their eyeballs. People get divorced because they …

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