Fitness accountability can be such a powerful tool for people, but it’s often ignored. People think they’re better off to go it alone. Just like pull horses, two are better than one.
Do your kids exercise? If not, take a look in the mirror because it all starts with you. Here are four things you can do to insure your kids exercise and grow up healthy, happy, and strong.
Be aware of your environment. And make ZERO assumptions about your food, regardless of where you’re getting it (that includes Trader Joes, Earth Fare, Whole Foods, and the like). Healthy eating can be an illusion.
The day-in day-out struggles of the Barone family make for one of my all-time favorite shows. So if you want to know how to be an encourager, watch this show and then do the opposite… you don’t want to be a Barone!
How do you make fitness decisions? Do you really pay attention to your thought process before you decide on something, or do you just go with your gut, so to speak. Here are four simple things to remember BEFORE you make your decision.
In How to Set Goals When You Want to Get Fit – Part I, we only looked at the “what” and the “why” in the goal-setting process. In Part II, we want to take a look at the “how.” We want to set ourselves up for success and how we set goals will help us do just that.
Setting fitness goals is part art and part science. Make them too lofty and you’ll be disappointed. Make them too small and you may never see any progress. There’s far more to it than meets the eye.
If you are working out consistently, you may not be gifted but you are “training.” And you’re most certainly “participating” in an “exercise”. So by definition you… are… an… athlete. And it’s time to start thinking that way!