It’s been too long since I put up a blog post. During this layoff from actually putting up posts, I’ve also started a post about the Twinkie Diet, how we learn information, Neurotransmitters and Brain function, Thyroid conditions and how sometimes You just have to work harder than the average person to get the things you want. Some of those posts, I just need some quiet time to sit down… Continue reading
Usually, I have a list of things that I at least found interesting and would like to share, but this week I only have one question: Are you taking the actions you need to get the results you want?
The bottom line is that studies have continuously shown that although choices are good for “freedom” the shear amount of choices that we encounter and will continue to encounter steer us not… Continue reading
Have you ever felt like you were so close to having completed something but you’re just missing one piece to the puzzle? The only problem is that you’re not quite sure what that piece is. For me, I’ve been working on a number of things over the past couple of years. Some intentional, some because they just naturally interest me and some by complete happenstance and randomness. This week, has… Continue reading
In my personal training business, I say that “Results are Guaranteed.” When I say that though, what “Results” am I talking about?
You see, the bottom line for me is that I don’t care about losing weight or anything else concerned with outside appearances. I never have and I never will.
This typically puts me in a unique position as a personal trainer, whose job primarily consists of… Continue reading
“Books are for the Scholar’s idle times.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Although, I have a great respect for books and reading in general, there are times when the observations of life must come before any reading. The observations of life are things we tend to miss out on if our noses are always in a book (a fact, I know all too well). With that said, here’s the items of the… Continue reading
Such a funny concept.
For some people change and sticking to exercise is all about will power. For others, will power is an outdated concept that misses the whole point of true desire. If you truly desire something, then you don’t need “self-discipline” as the actions will come about naturally.
I think will power definitely has its uses, especially after you’ve started to take on an action, but I am definitely… Continue reading
Going forward, every Friday I’m going to put up a quick post that recaps a bunch of things that I’ve read/found interesting. This is the first in that installment:
1 – Sexy Item of the Week: This is a Sexy Article ~ I love when two people come together that genuinely know their shit. The person interviewed, Brad Schoenfeld gives an amazing synopsis of the scientific literature on… Continue reading
Every year it’s the same thing.
“Oh, I’m going to wait until after the holidays to start training.”
And every year, I sit down just shaking my head. What I’m thinking is, “So what you’re saying is you want to A – Gain another 5- 10 pounds of fat and B – Do it willingly before you start working out? That’s what you’re saying?” I usually don’t say… Continue reading