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Fitness Success

Impossible?
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“Success is peace of mind, which, is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing, you made the effort to become the best of which, you are capable of becoming.”

~ John Wooden, Famous UCLA Basketball Coach, who won an unprecedented ten National, Division 1, NCAA Championships…

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Introducing Weight Loss Psychology 101

As some of you may have seen by now…

I put together a free resource course outlining some of the critical mindset considerations in the process of weight loss.

If there is something you liked from the blog, or something you’d like to add, I’d appreciate your feed back.

Please check out the course, and share it around to anybody you know who would benefit from some practical knowledge when it comes to weight loss psychology.

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The Elephant & Weight Loss

This is the ultimate story behind my recommendation of changing only one thing at a time as you pursue weight loss (or anything else for that matter…).

It’s by far the best analogy I’ve heard as an explanation of how your mind works on the most basic of levels, though horse-riding works as well.

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Understanding

Chances are you if you’re reading this you’re looking for info on weight loss or fitness advice or nutrition advice or all of that in some combination.

Information is great, but it will only get you so far — see knowledge of vs knowledge how.

I sincerely hope that you’ve found this blog informative and useful, or at least that you will.

More than information though, more than just reading this post or this blog, I encourage you to seek an understanding.

An understanding that reading this alone will never fulfill.

You should ask questions and seek the answers.  Continue reading Understanding

Over-Coming Weight Loss Funks

I had an interesting day today. It started out great, like any other day, but then a series of strange events led me to feeling anxious by about 5:30 PM.

Now I don’t normally feel anxious, in fact I’m always a little bit excited about working (not normal…I know…) but the work I was doing became a blur.

I was unable to focus or concentrate on any task. Continue reading Over-Coming Weight Loss Funks