A couple of weeks ago, we talked about the excuses that people have and why they suck! Read more about that series here! In this series, we are talking about one of those excuses...the lack of time that we perceive that we have. Our goal in this series is to give you the tools that you can "make" more time for yourself to pursue the goals that you have in your fitness journey! Today, we are talking about having a plan for your life, your day and the hour that you are in! You
This week we have been talking about how to start a new routine. Today is probably the most important piece of advice you can hear during this time. It is also the hardest to do.... Don't stop... Don't. Stop. DON'T STOP!!! This is hard. It is new...it is different...you may be doing it alone....don't stop! "Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try one more time." - Thomas Edison The only time that you truly fail is when you sto
This week, we have been talking about how to start a new routine! By this point, we have already researched our new routine, formulated a plan and implemented it. Now it is time to evaluate your plan. Is it working for you? What problems are you having? What other changes do you need to make? What ways can you make it work better for you? No plan survives first contact with the "enemy" so it is important to realize that your initial plan will likely have some downfalls to it.
This week, we have been talking about how to start a new routine! After the research and planning phase, you must simply START! There is NEVER a good time to start anything. There will ALWAYS be something else to get in your way. There is never enough time! The best way to do it, is to start. Don't allow excuses for yourself! You can do this and you deserve the results that this new routine can give to you! Stick to your plan. You have researched and made a plan that works fo
This week, we are talking about how to implement a new task or activity into your daily routine! Today I want to talk about making a plan. Yesterday we talked about researching your new activity, today we want to use the information that we gathered to help us in making a plan to continue forward. Based on your information gathered, what plan can you come up with? Usually, the plan will involve some type of time commitment, frequency, or duration. How will this fit into my da