Fitness Psychological States And The Problem with Motivation

As human beings, we like to think we’re rational, but unfortunately we’re not. As a person whose self-control could go from high to “feed me all the things” in the matter of seconds, I found my own decision making to be fascinating.

The reality is that when it comes to fitness, we all have a multiple personality disorder of sorts. I call these “fitness psychological states.”

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What Weight Loss Success Really Looks Like in Numbers

One of the largest hangups that clients have is the lack of movement on the scale. Weight loss, however, isn’t linear. Let’s take a look at a sample of a few dozen real-life data points to see what successful weight loss really looks like.

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The Secret to Overcoming The “Impossible” in Fitness

When it comes to fitness, how do we get past the impossible? You know–how it’s impossible to find the time to exercise, stop your cravings, or [insert reason that you ended your New Years Resolution here]. Here’s how to break down any impossible fitness problem into something you can overcome.

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