If I Could Give You One Word Of Advice… | Power Systems Blog

… And so it began… one terrible bicep curl and painful sit-up at a time. No, being at the gym was not fun at first. Matter of fact, it sucked. I felt as though it was absolutely the most humiliating and frustrating thing I had ever put myself through. I trained at 6 a.m. – […]

Hacking Weight Loss: What I Learned Losing 30 Pounds – Jeff Reifman

Obesity is epidemic, most Americans struggle with it. The CDC reports that 69% of adult Americans are overweight or obese. The average weight for men rose ‘dramatically’ from 166.3 pounds in 1960 to 191 pounds in 2002; women went from 140.2 pounds to 164.3 pounds. Obesity is the second leading cause of preventable death in […]

Keep a Fitness Journal to Prevent Excuses

Another trick is to think of yourself as a friend who’s asking for advice. Interestingly, people are great at seeing the rationalizations and lies of others, but are vulnerable to their own. By pretending that your situation is a friend’s instead, you’ll be more capable of defending yourself. via Keep a Fitness Journal to Prevent […]

12 Reasons You’re Not Losing Fat | How to Build Muscle, Gain Strength & Become a Better Athlete

Here’s a great article by one of the few people I take advice from on fitness.  This article goes into the problem points and gives you alternatives that work!  Soak up the info and enjoy. 12 Reasons You’re Not Losing Fat | How to Build Muscle, Gain Strength & Become a Better Athlete.

How to Stay Focused on the Important Things – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

             Discipline, willpower and self-control are unsustainable. Eventually, we weaken. From: How to Stay Focused on the Important Things – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review.