It's almost a new year and many of you are going to be thinking about joining a gym or taking up some sort of fitness regimen. There are many different opinions and schools of thought about fitness and wellness, so depending on where you go, you will find a different approach to fitness. I realize that different things motivate different people, so one approach may not work for all. Check out the philosophy behind Philosophy-Fit and think about whether this might be a solution for you if you hate going to the gym or don't want someone pushing you to the point of injury.
Plans for the New Year has been on most of our minds. I know it has been on for mua. How can we make it a better place? Our love lives with everything, the world, family, work, fitness, health, ect. How do we improve? With in the next days plans of true inner searching for goal planning will be comming into plan. Yea, Sir:>)
I've thought a lot lately about one of the biggest problems we see as personal training professionals. Accountability.So many times I've had no show clients, or gotten the call a few hours before. Now, I understand that life does get in the way sometimes, but you still need to make YOURSELF a priority.Before skipping out on that workout, ask yourself: "Is what I need to do more important than my health and wellbeing?"
Perseverance - the quality that allows someone to continue trying to do something even though it is difficult; continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition.It is through difficult times and challenges that we find our strength, courage and character, sometimes it is so deep down inside, we didn't even know it was there.
Getting back into shape, and becoming healthier is the most chosen New Year’s Resolution. More than half of Americans make New Year resolutions year after year. Of that half, 75% give up within by March, and of the remaining 25% only a quarter of them truly maintain their resolution and turn it into a healthy lifestyle.