Make Time for What’s Important

Make time for the important things.

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Why you should think NEAT

Why NEAT can help you lose more fat…

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3 Fat Loss Myths That Won’t Die

The fat loss myths that won’t die…

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How Mental Health Mirrors Physical Health

How mental health and physical health go hand in hand…

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Doing the Ordinary is Just as Important

Why doing the ordinary is just as important…

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True Motivation — Consistent Action & Enjoying the Process

I have many clients who ask me religiously about motivation. “How are you so motivated to workout every day?” “How do you stay motivated to eat good food?” When I ask clients how they feel after they have a stretch where they are eating minimally processed foods and having great sessions in the gym, I get incredible responses. Incredible, amazing, sleeping better and more energy are all a common thread. The issue arises when they say they can’t eat something. In reality, you can eat whatever you want! But when you eat more minimally processed foods, you feel better! So how does this tie into motivation? Motivation is something that comes, and goes. It’s not something that stays with you at all times. It is an emotion. Learning to have fun and enjoy the process of resistance training and eating nutritious foods is crucial to success in having good health. To enjoy the process, it has to become something that is a CONSISTENT ACTION. If you’re not taking action and being mindful on a daily basis to reach your goals, you will ultimately fall short. This doesn’t mean that I always have incredible workouts or always eat nutritious whole foods. I just stay mindful of how I feel, and where I can improve. I know that when my sleep patterns are on point, I tend to have my diet in check. When my diet is in check, my workouts are much more effective. Not to mention my mental clarity, focus and energy are all much better. The consistent action of ANYTHING you do in life is what will set you apart from others who are on the motivated and demotivated roller coaster.

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