Many people are still struggling to take care of their health and fitness, despite all the time in the world. But if this time in quarantine has shown a lot of people one thing, it’s that time was never really the issue.
Have you felt overwhelmed trying to navigate the complexities 2020 has so kindly provided? In a social media world, it’s easy to look at other people and think they’ve got it all figured out. You are doing better than you think.
Did you know that research shows that literally just taking care of your health for a few DAYS drastically improves your immune response? Although no one likes living in times of a global pandemic, my hope is that people begin taking their health more seriously than ever before.
If you’ve ever set out to conquer big goals, whether it’s weight loss, committing to exercise, changing your diet, or even leaving a job or relationship that wasn’t making you happy, it probably came down to this one reason… urgency.
The biggest obstacle we hear from the people we coach is that they “just don’t have time to cook.” People are SO busy today with work, families, managing a house, and the million other things that come up. Check out our 5 top strategies for healthy, fast, and convenient meals!
There’s this long-standing myth that eating healthy is harder or more time-consuming than eating unhealthy. And in the world of convenience that we live in today, it’s simply not true.
The world is full of enough negativity right now, so I wanted to give you a little reminder today… I’m so grateful for you. For sharing this space with me. For reading my words.
When you start to build your confidence and see results around something you may have previously believed to be impossible, it’s incredible what areas of your life open up. Fitness is empowerment to the core. Believe it and be amazed by the expansion of your mind as you see the possibilities.
There are no neutral choices in life. Every choice you make every day puts you on the curve towards achieving your goals and finding success, or further from it. It’s the things that are easy to do, but also easy not to do, that make all the difference.
To be successful with anything long-term, whether it’s nutrition, weight loss, fitness, business, performance – literally anything – you have to learn to fall in love with the process. What choice do you continuously find yourself making in your daily life that you’d like to commit to changing to bring you closer to your goal?