Top Nutrition Tip #2 Drink Water – All Day Long

Most people do not drink enough water. Since 60% of healthy bodyweight is water, we need to consume a lot of it every day for optimal health. In fact, water is the second most import element to remaining alive. The first is air and the third is food. We can only live for a couple […]

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You Are What You Eat: My Top Nutrition Tips

Have you ever been to a garbage dump? What does it look like? What does it smell like? A garbage dump is where all the trash goes that we don’t want, or in the case of food, what we did not eat — parts of food, rotten food, packaging, etc. While this might not be […]

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Self Sabotage

Have you ever decided you were going to do something only to have that idea fade into memory weeks or months later? We are pushed towards New Year’s Resolutions come the end of every December. Some people embrace this as a time to reflect on the accomplishments of the year almost gone by, but for […]

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How Long Should You Try?

“How long should you try? Until.” – Jim Rohn Jim Rohn never fails to say so much with so few words. What will it take for you to achieve your goals, be it fitness, business, personal, etc.? It takes will power, clarity of vision, determination, steadfastness, the ability to pick yourself right back up and […]

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Working Out First Thing in the Morning

Most of us are aware of the benefits of regular exercise – it’s probably one of the reasons you are reading this blog. The body receives incredible health benefits from working out, but what about your mind? I have found that if you can workout, or do your preferred physical activity early in the day […]

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Balancing Act on a Board

You’ve seen them in the gym, you’ve seen them at stores that sell fitness equipment. I’m referring to balance boards, Bosu balls, wobble boards, stability balls, rotating discs, and the multitude of variations on the theme of ‘balance’. Are these gadgets simply gimmicks; a trend offering great exercise results to the inventors and manufacturers ‘running’ back and forth to […]

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The Art of Losing

There are at least two ways of understanding ‘losing’: From a competitive viewpoint From a creative viewpoint When losing is viewed in the world of competition, only the winner benefits; the winner gets the scholarship, the cash, the medals, the corporate sponsorship, and the cheers of the adoring crowd. The winner becomes the hero and […]

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