"If you don't see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner." — Zig Ziglar:
Sounds simple right? It is, and is the key component to real success. When you truly SEE yourself as a winner universal laws take hold and align to create that vision in the physical world. Why do you think there is a difference between those who believe and those who simply talk about it. One is attached to a powerful energy and the other are empty words. When you attach belief, emotion and visualization to a real goal it will always materialize.
MORNING CUP OF MOTIVATION: Who are you, Why are you? Where are you going? These are a journey of questions that are always leading us toward some end or beginning of our self. This is our choosing to recognize, change, re-focus, and reposition ourselves in a constant effort towards growth. It's our DISPOSITION- our ability to turn the dial on our thinking from "I AM who I am." to, "I CAN BECOME all that I will". Let's not subscribe to a DISPOSITION that keeps us stagnant.
We're hosting our 10th annual Rock on the Lawn event this Saturday, April 28th from 7:30-10:30 am at Pacific Athletic Club in San Diego, Ca. All proceeds go to the Challenged Athletes Foundation. www.challengedathletes.org If you need a little inspiration to join the ride or donate, please view any of these videos, thx!
Not until the competition- I still have 12 weeks to go. However, when I am pushing myself through another grueling leg work out, I have found myself getting a second wind right past the half way mark. I dig deep and really get my mind into what I am doing, and push through to the last rep. I pretend that my trainer is standing behind me and counting, so I definitely don’t cheat on the reps! I tell myself “the end is near”- meaning the end of this workout, and the reward is rest, recovery, and a healthy meal to nourish me.
With both my Undergraduate and Masters' degrees in fitness and over 20 years experience as a Personal Trainer, I'm excited about the opportunity to share my knowledge via this blog. Never before have so many people had such access to information as they do today via the internet, and yet people continue to struggle with weight loss, fitness, and living a healthy lifestyle. As a group, Americans have never been more unhealthy despite having all this information at their disposal. I'm here to help dispell some myths and help as many people as I can to g
Had a smaller group this evening, maybe because the weather was blah. Had nine dedicated folks that burned more fat away w/ another challening workout.Warm up3i@10x10: SQTH>JSQ>FS1i@20x10: FEC + Push ups + SQTH + JSQ + FSWork1i@20x10: SQTH + JSQ + (8) FS3i@10x5: FEC + Push ups3i@10x5: SQTH (30+)3i@10x5: JSQ (2) + FS (4)
Since Monday's class was pretty brutal, today was a bit easier. Still challening and fun, but less painful, I think.Warm up8i@10x10: FEC + MTNC4i@10x10: Ski abs>Frog kicks>MTNCWork8i@10x5: Forearm pushbacks and hold: the resting for 5 sec was not much rest, as you had to hold the outstretched position and then go right back into forearm pushbacks. I think we only did 4 sets instead of 8.
Running is one of the most efficient methods of burning calories that I know of. Conditioned runners can run for an hour or more, literally burning hundreds of extra calories in a single day. Running also fires up your metabolism so you continue to burn calories at a higher rate even when your run is over.