During the start of the New Year, a majority of people make resolutions about losing weight, eating better, and living a healthy lifestyle. Yet, still filled with good intentions, the month of January has come and gone, and you still haven't starting moving.
Handling Criticism: Why do negative comments hurt so much?I am sure you had negative comments hurt your feelings.You try to do the right thing in life and follow a path we believe is right for you. The choices you make affect the quality of your life and happiness. Handling criticism of negative comments is hard because it hurts your feelings.
In an interview, I had the very fortunate opportunity to ask Jack Lalanne the questions I had been dying to ask him for 25 years. He was 93 at the time, two years before his passing.
What’s your secret? How have you stayed so healthy and committed for so long? What makes the difference between a Jack Lalanne and an average person?
Out with the Old, in with the New. Start today to make a change.The year is coming to an end and you may plan on making some changes for the new year. You may be uncertain if you should try something new. It sounds exciting, but scary and you are not sure how you will like it. Why is out with the old and in with the new so hard?
My client asked me the other day:"I am running on the treadmill and I am sweating a little. You know that I am not a runner, but I am pushing pretty hard for my fitness level. I don't drink much water because I don't feel thirsty. But then about 20 minutes after my workout I start sweating like crazy! This can't be a hot flash right? What’s going on?"
We all know people that obsess with getting down to a certain weight. They measure and weigh every ounce of food that goes into their body, they are looking at their Fitbit every 3-minutes to calculate their daily steps all while their cortisol levels go up and up from the stress of trying to manage it all. To me, it would seem better if we took an approach of managing our weight instead of obsessing with reaching an ideal number.
Most people think that getting healthy means doing exhausting exercise routines, and restricting calories. As a result, many dread the thought of physical activity and eating healthy. This erroneous mindset has become so ingrained in modern society, that most individuals are not willing to commit to making healthy lifestyle choices. If you are one of the millions of people for whom this is true,