It’s pretty common to be excited when you start a new exercise program. There’s hope that you’ll finally reach your goals, you’re immersed in a new regime, and because you are starting fresh, your mind is a little more engaged and curious to see what’s coming next.
But after a few months, how do you . . . → Read More: Keeping up your Exercise Excitement!
Inevitably, there will be days where it will be difficult to get through a workout, or power through the rest of a hard workout. What happens when you start to lose your motivation? How can you continue when your struggling?
Well, one study suggests talking yourself through it!
New research has shown that talking to . . . → Read More: Motivation Technique: Talk to yourself
One thing that I know frustrates many people is the dreaded “weight loss plateau.” We’ve all been there; you’re staying on your plan, eating right, and adding more exercise, but that little bit just won’t come off. The last five pounds are by far the trickiest, right?
Well, here is . . . → Read More: The Weight Loss Plateau: How you can jump over it
It’s unfortunate, but all of us know at least one person that has been diagnosed with some form of cancer. The treatment, therapy and recovery when going through a form of cancer can be such a draining time both mentally and physically. Since we’ve been lucky to have guest Blogger, David Haas from the Mesothelioma . . . → Read More: New Study Shows exercise for Cancer patients is beneficial
Circuits and supersets are a great way to build muscle and incorporate light cardiovascular training into your workout, while saving time. All it means is pairing exercises together back to back, or in a circuit, so that you are constantly moving from one exercise to the next with little or not break in between . . . → Read More: Circuits and Supersets; keep your routine simple AND challenging