How to Transition From Lazy to Active

Lazy: unwilling to work or use energy. Synonyms: idle, slothful, shiftless, inactive, under active, sluggish, lethargic…

How do you go from lazy to active? It’s probably safe to say that we all know what it’s like to be lazy now and again. Sometimes laziness slowly creeps into our days, and then our weeks, and then our months, and suddenly we’ve become lazy all the time. It can happen to us without even recognizing that it’s happening, and there are a plethora of different reasons why it happens. In this post, we won’t get into the why right now, but we will get into a few steps you can take to initiate the move from lazy to active. Continue reading How to Transition From Lazy to Active

From 6-Week Challenge to a Lasting Lifestyle

Individuals in The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge have had a great time this year banding together and taking on a lot of new information from experts throughout the Elite Sports Clubs. They have walked from one end of the clubs to the other, looking for new and exciting classes to take part in and new ways to create a lasting lifestyle.

Some participants were totally new to these types of experiences. And others had had some experience with fitness and diet before. So, they were able to pick up one class after another with precision. All in all, it has been fun for me to be a part of this challenge. After all, most practitioners look forward to watching the growth and progress of their clientele, knowing how much it is going to benefit them, one step at a time. Continue reading From 6-Week Challenge to a Lasting Lifestyle

15 Little Lifestyle Changes for a Healthier You

Diets and fitness fads aren’t built to last. Making subtle changes to your everyday life will turn into regular lifestyle habits that will. Celebrate the New Year with these 15 little lifestyle changes that can help you become a healthier you in 2017.

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Support Your Healthy Lifestyle Change with Recreational Activities

We’re not in the fitness industry as much as we are in the “lifestyle” industry. While I have worked at over a half a dozen very different health clubs, the biggest thing I have noticed is that the key to long term success is creating daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly habits that last beyond the times you just don’t “feel like working out.” Continue reading Support Your Healthy Lifestyle Change with Recreational Activities