The Psychology Of Fitness

Mindsets, Body Types and Everything In Between
Quick Tip #26 ~ Make Your “Guidelines” Simple

Quick Tip #26 ~ Make Your “Guidelines” Simple

Every time that you decide to workout  or eat better, there’s always two factors to consider.

The first is your why’s behind taking on or attempting to take on a new habit.  Are you doing it because your doctor told you to or are you doing it because you want to be able to play with your grandchildren?  Both of these reasons explain the why to workout, but both… Continue reading

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Tuesdsay Psych Post ~ Who Are You Going to Hang Out With?

Tuesdsay Psych Post ~ Who Are You Going to Hang Out With?

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” – Jim Rohn

This is an oft-cited quote that is meant to stress that who we spend our time with will greatly influence how close we get to succeeding in any endeavor.

This article will demonstrate how the people you surround yourself with will tend to typically make or break your success.

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Monday Workout ~ Training to Improve Form

Monday Workout ~ Training to Improve Form

When I first entered the fitness industry (about 8 years ago), the term “functional” became all the rage.  I’m not going to lie and tell you that I didn’t get caught up in that phase, but as the years went by and looking at what people  were doing that worked versus what “looked different” made me leave the functional movements behind.

Actually not that "functional"
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Friday Opinion Post ~ Visualization and Weekly Links

Friday Opinion Post ~ Visualization and Weekly Links

Monday, Tuesday and some Thursdays I will be putting up new content.  Friday is my day to vent, to express my opinion and to go beyond what the research says and how sometimes it all comes together beautifully or in one f’d up manner.  These are my opinions and as such, are why originally started this blog, not only to inform, but to be able to speak my mind.  In… Continue reading

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An “Ideal Fat Loss” Diet

An “Ideal Fat Loss” Diet

There are so many myths surrounding fat loss and foods, that it’s disappointing to work in this industry and have to constantly fight against what works versus the popular media’s portrayal of what ‘works’.

A prime example of this is Saturated Fat.  Everyone knows saturated fat is “bad,” right?

Well no.  Actually it’s not that bad.  A balanced fat intake between Mono-unsaturated, poly-unsaturated (omega 3’s) and saturated fat… Continue reading

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