Month: April 2017

The Difference Between Being Fat and Overweight

I was recently asked what the difference between being fat and being overweight is. Below is a picture I got from Pinterest, there are many like it. Notice the woman on the right looks skinny […]

Quote of the Week – 24 Apr

“Persistence can change failure into an extraordinary¬†achievement” – Marv Levy For those of you following the quote of the week series on 2 Weeks to Health, you will notice that there are a lot of […]

How E-Mailing Yourself Can Keep You Motivated

Staying motivated is often the hardest part of a fitness routine. After about 3 months, most people will abandon their goals and call it quits. To help yourself stay motivated, try emailing the future you […]

How Knowledge is Power in Nutrition – Things Worth Sharing

In this diabetes centered TED talk by Dr. Wendy Pogozelski you will learn how even the experts in the medical field sometimes disagree. When it comes to nutrition, knowledge is power and it’s important to […]

Quote of the Week – 17 Apr

“Age is no barrier, it’s a limitation you put on your mind” – Jackie Joyner-Kersee Telling yourself you are too old to do something is a lie. You’re never too old to make a life […]

The DASH Diet: How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

These four simple steps can cure high blood pressure, all it takes is DASH

Quote of the Week – 10 Apr

“It’s not whether or not you get knocked down, it’s whether or not you get back up” – Vince Lombardi Failure is always an option. You will always have up and downs during your training, […]

Your Health Goals Will Fail if You Don’t Take This to Heart

“Watch your¬†thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become character. Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” […]

Quote of the Week – 3 Apr

“What’s the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?” – John Green You have 1 life. This life on average will last 27,000 days. Your childhood and adolescence […]