Quote of the Week – 30 Jan

"If you get 1% better at something every day then it is a successful day" - Unknown Lets look at an example of this. If you want to get better at walking, and you get better at it 1% every day, how far will you be walking after a year of 1% a day increases? … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 30 Jan

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Quote of the Week – 23 Jan

“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” - Haruki Murakami When doing physical training, pain is inevitable. The pain often begins with the sound  of an alarm clock and continues until the last muscle is no longer sore. You attitude toward this pain means the world to your progress. To ensure you are getting the most … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 23 Jan

Quote of the Week – 9 Jan

"You're never too busy, it's just a matter of priorities" - Unknown When you aren't finding enough time to exercise or to plan and cook healthy meals, then it's time to check your priorities. Conduct a time audit, look and see what you are doing throughout the day and ask yourself if it is more important … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 9 Jan

Quote of the Week -2 Jan

"Failure defeats losers, but it inspires winners" - Robert Kiyosaki So many of us quit after our first failure. Failing doesn't feel good to anyone, but it's how we react to it that defines who we are. Whether you didn't meet a weight loss goal or you fell short of your goal time for a … Continue reading Quote of the Week -2 Jan

Quote of the Week – 26 Dec

"If you work half as hard as Rudolph does, you will find success in everything you do" - Scott Van Hoy Since Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer made the first public appearance in 1939, it has been a story of heroism and overcoming challenge. Never giving up, Rudolph overcame all odds and achieved the dream of leading … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 26 Dec

What Santa Really Does During the Off Season

Every Christmas Santa visits about a billion homes around the world to bring gifts to all the good girls and boys. During each visit, Santa accepts a bite of a cookie and a sip of milk to show he was there. This means each house Santa consumes about 75 Calories per household or 75 billion calories … Continue reading What Santa Really Does During the Off Season

How to Live a Happy and Healthy Life – Things Worth Sharing

"We know objectively how to organize our health, and yet very few people do it. The right path to being a happy healthy person is to do everything we already know we are supposed to do." A must see video from the Tragedy and Hope YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg8vWzd5Otg 'Things Worth Sharing' is the portion of … Continue reading How to Live a Happy and Healthy Life – Things Worth Sharing

Quote of the Week – Dec 19

"I'm not telling you it's going to be easy, I'm telling you it's going to be worth it" -Art Williams Whether you're doing the 2 Weeks to Health Challenge or your own steps to become a healthier individual, set your goals knowing it's not going to be easy. Along the way you will encounter sweat, … Continue reading Quote of the Week – Dec 19

Quote of the Week – 12 Dec

"Don't stop when it hurts, stop when you're done!" - Anonymous We will all have those workouts where we get 3/4 of the way through and our lungs are burning, we can't talk without gasping for air, and our muscles want to quit. Even when it hurts, it's important to remember that you will get … Continue reading Quote of the Week – 12 Dec