Commit to be fit

How To Keep Yourself Motivated In The New Year

Shared from MindBodyGreen.com 

1. Get clear on what your goals and intentions are.
 

I can’t tell you how crucial this step is. Drawing inward and getting clear on what it is we want to focus on is absolutely huge. I am big into writing my intentions monthly, and I like to write them in list format.

7 WORKOUT MYTHS TO STOP BELIEVING

Getting your butt to the gym is hard enough without wasting your time and energy believing old wives’ tales. Case in point: Lifting weights won’t turn you into Hulk Hogan, just like a few extra squats won’t make you a Kardashian. Those and more workout myths you should stop believing, right this way.

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April is Nutrition Action Month

Did you make a resolution to eat better and move more this year?

How is it going?  Do you need to RE-COMMIT, RE-ENERGIZE and RE-BOOT?

Don’t forget: We have 9 monhs left in this year! You have plenty of time to be successful and on your way to feeling great.
Let our motto be:
Eat to LIVE better,

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution this year?

How is your 2015 going so far?  Don’t forget: We are only 60 days into 2014. You have 305 days left in this year! You have plenty of time to be successful and make your resolution happen. It is never too late to re-commit. Whatever your personal goal is: lose weight, gain weight, get stronger,