Trying to lose fat or build muscle? You might be making progress—even if the number on the scale seems to say otherwise. Instead of the scale, consider these better progress indicators.
Rethinking New Year’s Resolutions
According to Forbes Magazine, 92% of people don’t achieve their New Year’s resolutions, and 80% of people fail by the end of February. The good news is, you can beat the statistics. It requires a different way of thinking about goal setting. Read on to learn more.
Many people say a lack of willpower is their most significant barrier to making positive changes in their lives. Oftentimes this becomes an all-or-nothing belief, where willpower is something external to us, that we either have or don’t have. In fact, the opposite is true. Rather, it’s all about balance, and reworking our approach to our goals and expectations.
How to Create Lasting Healthy Habits this New Year
We’ve all done it, especially every year in January. We set a goal to make …
New Year – Same Old Resolutions? How To Finally Make Them Stick
Over 90% of people don’t achieve their New Year’s resolutions. These 6 simple tips will help you be part of the 10% that succeeds!
Why You Should Break Up With Your Gym This January
Everyone wants to get fit for the New Year. But why do so many people …
Think you could never complete a triathlon? Think again!
Over the years, many friends, family and acquaintances have marveled at my ability to compete …
Goals – Part Two: Think Process, Not Outcome
This Part Two of the article on goals describes how when we focus on the …
Goals – Part One: Make Them SMART
Goals are the guideposts that make our dreams come alive. In Part One of this …