Tag: adherence

Stop Running Red Lights on Your Fitness Journey!

In the pursuit of fitness and wellness, mistakes and missed goals are inevitable. Whether it’s skipping a workout, indulging in an unhealthy meal, or not hitting a personal best, these slip-ups can be disheartening. However, it’s crucial to remember that one mistake does not mean you should give up entirely. Imagine if, after accidentally running…

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Better New Years Resolutions

With approximately 70% of our society overweight or obese, many people use January 1st as an incentive to lose weight and get healthy. Although carrying excessive body fat is a major contributing factor to many health issues including Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes, weight loss as your primary goal may set you up for failure. Stepping on…

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Workout Myths That May Be Limiting Your Success

Most people start an exercise program only to find themselves quitting within a couple months. Behavioral Change research is shedding light on what may be the issue for most people. It’s important to note that the method that die-hard exercisers use will likely not work for most people. They are just a different breed! Avoid…

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Set The Plan For A Healthy & Fit 2023

In a couple weeks, many people will resolve to make changes to improve their overall health. Some decide to start exercising, eating better, quit smoking and/or lose some weight. Unfortunately, most people don’t achieve their goals and instead set the same resolutions year after year. Increase your chances for success! Most important actions people who…

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Making Workouts Fun – Exercise Doesn’t Need To Be A Pain!

Most people can’t find the motivation to start exercising. They wonder how others can find any joy in burpees, running, pushups, squats or yoga. Many who do find the inspiration to exercise, find it a chore and can’t wait until it’s over.  The key to sticking to any fitness program is finding an activity that…

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Copy and Paste for Fitness & Health

Sticking to a health, fitness and nutrition program is challenging, but it may be easier than you think. Researchers Katy Milkman and Angela Duckworth, authors of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, found through a recent study that copying healthy habits from people you’re closest to works better than researching random advice and trying…

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