Posts Tagged ‘reasons’

Hello there guys and gals! Hope everyone had an awesome holiday season. Now that it’s that time of year to focus on our New Year’s resolutions and shed all of those Christmas cookies off, I thought I would give some suggestions for surrounding yourself with motivation. What better way to start than with your friends? [...]

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Hopefully you’re 2012 year has been full of plenty of workouts that rocked your world and left you sore. At least that gives you something to be proud of. It’s always important to celebrate your success in life instead of letting them blow over like we too often do. Even if it’s a small accomplishment- [...]

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Why, hello there! Welcome back to the follow up on using failures as fuel. As promised, I have compiled some inspirational examples of famous people who had to fail (often redundantly) in order to make their success. Allowing inspiration There have been PLENTY of famous people in every sort of profession that have mastered the [...]

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How can you turn failures in to fuel? Hey there ladies & gents! I think it’s time I reminded you guys about getting up once you’ve been knocked down. We’ve all been smacked in the face (hopefully only metaphorically), but part of succeeding is inhaling criticism and exhaling improved behaviors. I’ve mentioned before that setbacks [...]

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If you’re a runner, then it’s pretty likely you’ve had sore knees from running at one point or another. Although this is a common problem, there’s not always a simple solution. I’m not claiming to be Dr. Know-It-All who can fix all your swollen joints. In fact, I’m not claiming to be any kind of [...]

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The reason for this article is simply for men and women to feel understood when it comes to their emotions and WHY people exercise. Emotions can drive people to react in ways that outsiders see as irrational. As much as men want to pretend they don’t make decisions that are emotional based, I know it’s [...]

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White lab coat wearing PhD types seem to be so concerned with their research on actin and myosin and how it works on a cellular level, that they have no idea what it’s like to get regular people moving towards results. What I have found in my fifteen years in the industry is that nearly [...]

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“Fitness Clubs” requires no physical fitness program for their employees.

Everyone gets enough exercise jumping to conclusion, flying off the handle, running down the boss, knifing friends in the back, dodging responsibility and pushing their luck.

We require everyone to do bootcamp at least once per month. (Bear with me through this rant and you will understand the rest.)
If you want to work with people that work in these unjust organizations be my guest, go get a membership at your closest life sucking health club! They will sell you one, and they will be sure to get your membership dues whether you come or not.

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