Happy New Year everyone! Let’s revisit New Year’s resolutions – maybe you’re into them, maybe you’re not. Either way, if you really “unpack” resolutions, it’s a chance to commit yourself to a goal. I’m not here to tell you that resolutions are great/bad for you. That’s for you to decide. I’m here to talk about the power behind your plans and if you believe in yourself, you’ll have a greater chance of successfully accomplishing your goals. Continue reading Believe in Yourself and Success Will Follow
Chances are at some point in your life you’ve made a New Year’s resolution and then broke it. It’s okay to admit it; you’re not alone. It’s great to be enthusiastic about the New Year, thinking ahead of how you’d like to see the year play out – thinking about how you will set new fitness goals and have your healthiest year yet. I’m sure you’re wondering, if there is so much enthusiasm at the start of the year, then why do so many people abandon their resolutions before spring?
Continue reading 3 Tips to Achieve Your New Year’s Fitness Goals
Did you make New Year’s fitness resolutions this year? If you’re having a difficult time sticking with it, or even if it has completely fallen to the wayside, don’t despair. Even the best-laid resolutions can lose steam by spring. We’re here to ask you not to give up on your fitness resolutions, and instead to find a little motivation in our list of ten reasons why you should stick with them. Continue reading 10 Reasons to Not Give Up on Your Fitness Resolutions
Generally speaking, we are happier when we are making progress. When we stop making progress, like during a fitness plateau, we tend to get easily frustrated. Whether it’s weight loss, building muscle, or learning a new skill, the key to overcoming a standstill in progress is variety.
According to research, a body will adapt to a fitness regimen within six weeks’ time, leaving you with the feeling of stagnant progress. Mixing up your routine will spur your muscles and body into growth again and help you to continue making advancement toward your goals.
Continue reading How to Break a Fitness Plateau
We like to think that when we finish a workout it’s time for a treat. An ice cream, a chocolate bar, a burrito, you name it. But the real reward doesn’t have to be tangible, in fact, it’s just the opposite. Continue reading How To Reward Yourself At The Finish Line