2 Weeks to Health 1st Ed – Day 11: Staying Motivated

This is day 11 of the first edition of the book 2 Weeks to Health, a 2-week course designed to kick start a healthier life. The expanded and reworked second edition is set to be released in the summer of 2018.

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Quote of the Week – 1 May

"Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they've got a second" - William James For runners, the idea of a second wind is that when you're running and you're beginning to become tired, you will eventually hit a period where you will begin to feel refreshed for seemingly no … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 1 May

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 with motivation, goal milestones, or your daily goals. To do this you can use futureme.org. The form you can fill … Continue reading How E-Mailing Yourself Can Keep You Motivated

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 change. If you have a health goal, go for it and don't use your age as an excuse. I've seen … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 17 Apr

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, and your mentality and your perseverance will determine whether or not you can turn that failure into success. Getting knocked … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 10 Apr

Quote of the Week – 27 Feb

"Don't complain, 80% of people don't care and 20% of people are happy you have them" - Lou Holtz When you complain, the brutal chances are the person you're talking to doesn't care. This doesn't have to be because they are mean people, but when you're working out it should feel uncomfortable, for everyone. Complaining … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 27 Feb

How To Stay Motivated

Create a vision board: Dedicate a bulletin board or part of your refrigerator┬áto posting your goals and progress. By seeing your goals and progress physically posted on the wall, you will never have an excuse to forget a workout. This board could also include recipes, meals for the week, and motivational quotes or pictures. It's … Continue reading How To Stay Motivated