I’ve got an awesome tip for you the next time you feel like you need to clear out some mental cobwebs and improve your focus… Get up and MOVE for just 20 minutes!!
Let’s talk about CHOICES. Specifically ONE choice – an exciting and potentially life-changing one. What if tomorrow morning, you woke up and chose to live as the most powerful version of yourself?
I have a GREAT TIP for you to help you streamline your schedule. It’s one of my “musts” when I feel like my to-do list is overflowing.
There’s ONE thing you can change that has a surprising impact on your health, mood, and pretty much everything you do! It isn’t a workout and it doesn’t involve overhauling your diet.
This sugar stat caught me by surprise… and I thought I already knew a LOT about sugar. 👉 Eating just 100 calories a day of sugar (which is about 25 grams of added sugars, or 6 teaspoons) is linked to 45 DIFFERENT negative health outcomes.
Let’s say you decide it’s time to finally (re)start a healthy lifestyle, so you pick a date to begin. You’ve got it all planned out: You’ll work out, eat better, drink more water, go to bed early, and do all the things.
Ever heard of the “middle-aged spread”? It’s what can happen when you hit your 30s/40s and your metabolism starts to change. In a nutshell, your body starts to gain fat because of shifting hormones and the aging process.
Within the first week, you lose endurance, and your heart rate may be higher when you’re active. You might find yourself huffing and puffing when you do your next cardio workout, and it’ll take a few workouts to get your cardio fitness back. Within the first couple weeks, you start to lose strength and your muscles start to shrink in size, which can lead to weight gain.
What if I told you there’s ONE number you need to pay attention to BEFORE you start counting calories, macros, or anything else? For many of us, this number is a complete mystery. But once you figure it out, it’s a complete game-changer.
There are probably a few things in your life that you’d like to slow down… But when it comes to your metabolism? Probably not.
I’ve got a double-duty workout that’ll get your heart pumping AND work nearly every muscle group in your body. You game? This workout is PERFECT for when you’re traveling or strapped for time, so save this on your phone and come back to it whenever you’re too busy for a full-blown gym session!
A while ago I conducted a non-scientific (but still eye-opening!) poll. I asked a bunch of people who had a regular workout routine WHY they exercised.A lot of these people were in their 60s, 70s, and beyond, and most of them had been working out for decades.
Can I blow your mind for a second? Do you have a tennis ball nearby? Grab that tennis ball and give it a hard squeeze. That’s about the same amount of force your heart uses to pump blood through your body…
I probably don’t have to ask you if you’ve ever thought about “losing weight” or “burning fat” — but how often do you think about building muscle? Most people don’t give their muscles much thought until they go to pick up something heavy or put on a bathing suit.
We’ve been talking a lot about resilience and taking personal responsibility for our health and fitness this month. Today, we’re going to get REAL on the mindset, habits, and actions you can take to become more resilient.
How many kinds of stress are you dealing with right now? (There are SIX major types of it.) Stress is like a double-edged sword for our health. In manageable doses, it can actually be good for you and boost your resilience.
A lot of people ask me about willpower because they think they don’t have enough of it. Here’s what’s wild about that: it turns out, the fact that they think they don’t have enough willpower might be why they don’t have enough.
This month we’re focused on taking BIG ACTION toward our goals by doubling down on the one thing that will help you move the needle forward in a BIG WAY…
There’s a trait that separates people who reach their goals from those who struggle. It’s not talent, luck, or genetics (although those things don’t hurt).
The other day I was in the middle of a workout and listening to a podcast. A guest said something to the effect of: “Change is going to happen no matter what. It’s up to YOU to decide whether that change is progress.”