Here’s a little snippet from the “Paus

Here’s a little snippet from the “Pause Button Mentality” article I’ve previously mentioned:
” ‘Always something.’ Precision Nutrition Coaching graduate, Susan Olding, was dealing with a family crisis during the program: Her dad became ill and eventually passed away.
Susan could have given up when her dad was sick. Asked for a pause. And no one would have blamed her. Instead, she challenged herself to embrace imperfection and do something every day:
‘Each day, I asked myself: If I can’t do what was asked of me, what can I do? What can I manage (physically, emotionally, mentally) now? Then I went and did it.’ ”
Powerful stuff. http://ow.ly/i/vTtq7

We’re often told to set goals. But it’

We’re often told to set goals. But it’s important to have true belief that you can accomplish them. As Napoleon Hill said: “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Don’t ever underestimate the power in that. Creating a “Vision Board” can be an incredibly powerful tool to be goal focused too. If you’re thinking that it’s some silly exercise not worth doing…think again! Some of the most successful people in the world do this every single year! Check out the link to find out more. http://ow.ly/Rcej30aDQwN

As part of the nutrition/exercise coachi

As part of the nutrition/exercise coaching I receive (and offer), I’m often asked, “What’s your level?” Then another question is asked, “How consistent are you?”

It often doesn’t matter how much we know. What matters is what we do with what we know. Do your results match your knowledge? Are you consistent?
AND…what’s realistic for you right now? This is about YOU after all 🙂

“I’ll start exerising again next week.

“I’ll start exerising again next week.” I’ve said that many times before over many years. (I’ve been exercising semi-consistently since I was 16). Then I learned that doing ‘something’ is better than doing ‘nothing’. So instead of ‘not exercising’, I did something easy. Light stretching. Or an easy stroll. I made it easy so it was “too hard to fail”. Here’s another infographic. (courtesy of Precision Nutrition)
What’s one way you can turn the dial down without turning it off? http://ow.ly/i/vTshI

We’re often told to set goals.

We’re often told to set goals. But it’s important to have a true belief that you can accomplish them. As Napoleon Hill said: “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Don’t ever underestimate the power in that. Creating a “Vision Board” can be an incredibly powerful tool to be goal focused too. If you’re thinking that it’s some silly exercise not worth doing…think again! Some of the most successful people in the world do this every single year! Check out the link to find out more. http://ow.ly/Rcej30aDQwN