New Year, New You? Sound Familiar?
If you’re anything like me or most people, you have goals & dreams in life. It’s usually around New Years when we here about all these changes people or making, or it’s when we make the proverbial change. It's like when the calendar changes it gives us the approval to finally make changes in our lives. We all want to change yet less than 10% of the population can actually keep up the change year round. Why is that?
I woke up one morning, as soon as I got out of bed I went to the kitchen to grab a glass of water. After pouring myself a glass and finally completely opening my eyes, I began to actually wake up. As I stumbled around the kitchen I remember a video I watched. It was a video about taking a shot of apple cider vinegar in the morning. I couldn’t remember exactly why, I just remembered it was from someone I know, trusted and have been following for quite some time now. That and a few of my friends have been mentioning they were doing it too.
I decided to make a Youtube video that could be universally used to create a diet plan for losing weight. Whether you want to get shredded/toned/ripped they are all the same, you have to be eating in a way that promotes fat loss. The youtube video explains that there is no clear cut better diet to lose fat because people have different starting points, goals, preferences & activity level. However there are some common principles that are important no matter what. In the video I show you how you can customize the plan based on your preferences and way of eating.
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I’m looking at this chocolate mousse cake and my mouth is beginning to salivate. My minds racing, my hearts pumping, and I'm beginning to have an internal struggle.
Am I going to eat this ? No I shouldn’t, but it will taste so good. I want it. At this moment the struggle gets worse. I hit a break point where I must decide yes or no. Unfortunately the temptation is too hard, so I decide why not?
8/3/2016 0 Comments
A year ago I wanted to exercise, I wanted to become fit. Ever since High School having a body where I wasn’t self conscious to take my own shirt off was a goal of mine for several years of my life. However year after year I would get close but I would never reach what I wanted. Which unfortunately turned into me gaining muscle and adding unnecessary fat to my body. I ended up turning into a puff ball where you couldn’t see any of the muscle I added to my body.
Train hard. Lift weights 5 days a week. Do cardio, eat, sleep, repeat.
That’s the generic guide give by many websites or bad personal trainers. That exercise is the solution, just exercise more. However despite having a busy life with work, school, family, and friends it can seem daunting to add on health as another area to manage. However it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to spend hours a day in the gym, or kitchen, you can spend an optimal amount of time to see great results and then still be able to live your life, work, relax etc.
7/18/2016 0 Comments
The thought that you can build a habit in 21-30 days not completely accurate. Can you believe just 8% of people in the world achieve their New Years Resolutions? I bet if you took a room of 100 people and asked them their New Years Resolutions, close to 50% would mention something about health or fitness. The UK ComRes did a poll and 66% of the respondents made it a month or less, and 80% of them couldn't make it 3 months. European Journal of Social Psychology found it took 66 days to build a real habit.
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