...attack the plan! Most of the successful events of our lives were born from a simple idea or thought. It is the same for our fitness goals. After deciding on your goal it is helpful to put a plan into place. Doing so will help you achieve a positive outcome. Fitness is no different. It is good to quantify all aspects of your new goal(s). Exercise and nutrition both deserve equal attention when you begin to create your plan for success. How do you create a plan?
Your most important asset is YOURSELF! It's your own body, and without a healthy one, it will limit what the rest of your life can be. I just want everyone to make sure to make your own physical fitness a priortity. If your body is feeling strong, your mind and heart will feel strong as well. Nobody should ever neglect their own health at the expense of an easy, fast-food meal, or diet pill. So much scientific evidence shows the advantages of spending a few extra minutes on a home cooked meal and a solid expecise plan. I have been a cook for man
Let the revolution begin! January 31 is Fat Loss Revolution day.After a lot of blood, sweat and tears (and tapped adrenals), the final version of my new book, Fat Loss Revolution, is officially being released and launched on January 31. Yay!
Do you make a New Year’s Resolution which has a focus on good health and fitness?To achieve success in your resolution keep these 3 things in mind.1) Choose a realistic goal.2) Create a plan/outline .3) Have someone hold you accountable or partner up in your efforts. A goal without a plan is just a wish- by following these 3 suggestions you will be on your way to being successful in your efforts!
With the beginning of a new year many of us will make exercise and fitness resolutions. Statistics show that approximately half of those who begin exercise programs drop out within the first six months.Situations factors as well as personal factors will affect your exercise adherence and motivation. So how do you ensure you don’t set yourself up for failure?
We all hear how we need to cut back on salt. Ordinary table salt has been stripped of its companion elements and contains additives. In studies table salts have been linked to hypertension and other heart or blood illnesses. Table salt also gives many people the feeling of being bloated. Well there is a salt called Himalayan Pink Salt. It is a pure, hand-mined salt found naturally deep inside the Himalayan Mountains.