Blogs about Fitness Motivation

Saturday, August 23, 2014 • Sedona, AZ 86351
Be Fit Fit Blog
We are all so busy. It is hard to find time for exercise, even if all what we need is some 30 minutes a day, five times a week. If you can fit in more exercise, go for it, but, oftentimes, I hear how hard it is to get even this minimum of half an hour a day.What is a gal or guy to do in order to train despite the lack of time?
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 • Milwaukee, WI 53222
Garrett Stangel's Blog
Each of us only has this moment, right here and now to do anything.  If we are fortunate and all goes in our favor, we'll have more to enjoy.  But none of us ever gets more than 1440 minutes in each day, 168 hours in any week, or more than 52 weeks in any year.  Yet it is my humble observation that some of us commit to health reserving behaviors while others do not.  Do you?  What is the difference in the choices made by these two different groups of people?  Two things....
Sunday, July 27, 2014 • Sedona, AZ 86351
Be Fit Fit Blog
In life and in competition, we do not win at the finish line. We win as we proceed towards the finish line: by persistently taking steps towards our goals, by making daily decisions to do something healthy for ourselves rather than sleep in one hour longer, by sticking to our resolutions of eating healthy and “clean”. We win over the weeks, months and years, as we steadily progress towards our goals. We win if we are at it 24/24 and 365/365.
Friday, July 18, 2014 • New Bern, NC 28560-7800
Brooke White's Blog
It is challenging to stay on track with eating and exercising on a day to day basis, but when life throws you curve balls with work demands, health issues, and family needs, it can be almost impossible.  Almost.  With some planning and care, you can create a menu with healthy meals that are quick to prepare and take time to schedule "me" time to get your exercise.  So, why do I find myself and so many others lost and unmotivated when we do lose our way and stray from being "on track".  I call it the "unforgiveable factor".  
Monday, March 31, 2014 • San Diego, CA 92128
Sojourn Personal Training
This blog post has been rolling around in my head since January. Every time I decided it was time to sit down and finally put it on paper, something else would come up and I would put it on the back burner. It's not like that "something else" was always important, unless one considers finishing the fifth season of Dexter really important. It was just that, in that moment, I lost the motivation to write.The Hard Truth
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 • Medina, OH 44256
Ryan Hart's Blog
Over the years that I have spent since my life changing event of blowing out my knee, and realizing what it means to truly be hurt and know your weaknesses. This event in my life taught me how much of a challenge it is to get back on your feet after life has knocked you down and knocked you out.  The big question is, "Do you want it bad enough?"  As Rocky said, "...But it aint about how hard you're hit.  It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.  How much can you take and keep moving forward?
Thursday, February 06, 2014 • Simi Valley, CA 93065
Glattfitness
Many affiliate exercise with stereotypical associations encouraged or identified by sciences and society. Science, gyms, disease risk, aesthetic appeal, health and wellness, medicine, and the like. Yet it is less than often that people look at exercise as achieving a higher level of thought. Yes, I am talking about exercise philosophy. Now, I’m not saying people do not think, or that achieving a higher perspective of the self has no been present in the likeness of yoga or tai chi, but society does not associate exercise with experiencing deep thought. 
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 • Hilo, HI 96720

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