Showing up each and every day is so powerful even if the workout isn’t great. Something in the gym is going to be better than nothing. Just for the sake of keeping the routine, show up and do a 15 minute bike ride or elliptical. Now, you can go home and do anything else knowing you stuck with your routine and will feel much better about staying on track.
I want you to get there. I hope everyone reading this is able to, because you are truly capable. It just takes a willingness to show up and an unwillingness to give into the voice in your head saying you should stop. Nothing extraordinary ever happens until you step out of the comfort zone.
After working in a gym for so long, I’ve seen so many people that signed up and paid their fees only to be a “no show” three months later. They didn’t stay motivated because their goals were not life changers. However, when your goals are big and your passion is present, actionable steps start to form. Too many people settle for the easy route and never get to see the view from the top.
As much as the internet and social media has opened up the flood gates for information, it’s still a struggle for many to put together a healthy and complete meal. Our culture is centered around productivity and efficiency. Hence, the rise of fast food restaurants that allow us to grab and go to allow usContinue reading “NTOTW: What your plate should look like”
Here is a book review on The Power of Moments by Chip and Dan Heath. Great book on how to create powerful moments in your workplace and life.
This is a fairly common question I get from athletes, especially those that are interested in learning more about nutrition and fitness. It’s a good question because it shows that you are taking steps to improve yourself. But, I’m afraid you won’t leave after reading this with a clear cut diet choice hand picked forContinue reading “Nutrition tip of the week: Which diet is best for you?”