So many people think that starting or “being good” on a weight loss journey involves giving up dining out. And that is simply NOT true! Here are 10 principles that you can easily follow that will continue to support your health and fitness goals.
When you feel confident in yourself and in your own body, a whole world of possibilities open to you – and you definitely deserve that! I hope this mini self-assessment gets your wheels turning in a positive way!
A more convenient time in life THAN NOW doesn’t and never will exist. If you are thinking about committing to health and fitness, there is no time like the present. The time is now.
We are SO HONORED to be awarded Greater Bangor’s Best Fitness Facility for the 4th year running. 2020 has been a challenging year and we are so thankful for this team and this community for pushing us to work harder to make more of an impact.
Having body confidence means feeling comfortable in your own skin… today! You don’t have to wait until you lose 20 pounds or fit into those jeans sitting in the back of your closet. When you feel comfortable in your own skin, EVERYTHING in your life is better.
In these days of photoshopped images and 24/7 social media, it is all too easy to feel like you don’t measure up. It’s time to take back control and start feeling GREAT about yourself and ALL of your amazingness!
How do you hope this experience will shape you as a person? Something about what we’ve all been going through has really made me take stock of the few things in life that are truly most important to me and I think it is the most wonderful gift.
I have tell you the truth… Choosing to eat healthy isn’t hard. We know what to do – it is the implementation, commitment, and follow-through that is so hard.
So many people ride the fence in life, never fully committing. Tony Robbins says, “It is in our moments of decision that our destiny is created.”
My grandmother grew up in Austria during WWII. She now lives at an independent senior living facility that has been locked down since March. I said to her, ‘Oma, this must be so hard. You must be so lonely.’