Tag: Fitness

“Exercise and temperance can preserve something of our early strength even in old age.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero

“Exercise and temperance can preserve something of our early strength even in old age.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero   Cicero was born in 106 BCE. He was a philosopher and a politician in the Roman Empire […]

Sprint Interval Workout

Jogging is perhaps the best thing you can do for your health, except sprint intervals may have it beat.

2 Weeks to Health Book Summary on ApproachingFitness.com

Read a comprehensive review of 2 Weeks to Health: Kick Start Weight Loss and Live a Healthier Life on ApproachingFitness.com

2 Weeks to Health: Kick Start Weight Loss and Live a Healthier Life!

2 Weeks to Health is a health challenge designed to give you the tools you need to lose weight, get fit, and be healthy!

Woman Bench Pressing

The 7 Laws of Training – Getting the Most Out of Your Workouts

With hundreds of workout routines available for us to choose from, it is important to choose a program that follows the seven laws of training and is suitable for our desired training outcomes.

101 Top Health and Fitness Quotes

Get inspired by the words of wisdom from world class athletes, performers, and trainers.

Mental Toughness for Peak Performance, Leadership Development, and Success

Mental fitness is often disregarded during athletic training, but it is what may be the difference between success and failure. In this summary you will learn about mental toughness, motivation, discipline, and how to train them to reach peak performance.

Quote of the Week – 19 June

“Always keep moving, even if you’re just walking.”

Living with a SEAL

Imagine spending 31 days training with the toughest man on the planet. That’s what Jesse Itzler did, and he shares this inspirational and hilarious experience with us in Living With a SEAL. We all have something to learn from this candid account of what it’s like to be at the mercy of a SEAL’s workout schedule.

Quote of the Week – 12 June

“Limiting the time you’re inactive is even more important than exercise.” – Tom Rath