Nov 16, 2013

Intensity and focus-Trainers need to apply these principles.

in·ten·si·ty Exceptionally great concentration, power, or force.

Have you ever seen someone at the gym lifting enormous amount of weight effortlessly? Or seen a spin class and everyone in there is gasping for their last breath? Who is working harder? Is the [...]

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Nov 4, 2013

Why do we focus so much on the negative?

neg·a·tive

Harmful or bad : not wanted.Thinking about the bad qualities of someone or something : thinking [...]

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Oct 26, 2013

Junk food? Fast food? What positive comes out of eating this?

Over the years I have often asked people why they eat fast food-taste, convenience, price, comfort, kids enjoy the toys and meals, treating themselves etc so I wanted to break these down into groups and explore some different options.Taste: Food additives are added to most fast [...]

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Oct 21, 2013

What’s YOUR excuse?

What's your excuse?No Excuses is a phrase used commonly in the industry to pull us from the valleys or plateaus, which are common, and bring a better mentality or focus so we give 100% to our workout. No excuses means that you do not [...]

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Oct 7, 2013

Failure versus quitting

Has anyone seen this before? Does it motivate you?  How about this quote?"Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but [...]

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Oct 5, 2013

This is better….than that!

"You will never master your craft in 30 days so why expect your body to rapidly change in this time frame?"

Upon talking to a friend of mine who has recently decided to cut calories we started discussing his future meal plans, his weight [...]

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Oct 2, 2013

Goals

 When it comes to meeting a new client, I always ask them what goals they have in mind on what they are going for, usually it sums itself up to 2 different goalsWeight loss Weight gainThere are always the exceptions [...]

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