Nothing rings more true to me than “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” While you may be busy planning your 2014 goals, it’s also important to decide on your fitness plan for 2014. Here are a few things to consider.
The holidays are over and for most of us, that means facing the reality of weight gain. Without the stress and extra food that the holidays bring, it’s now time to revert to our more disciplined, pre-holiday selves. Here are 3 easy tips you can implement right now to get… Read More»
As the saying goes, “Get your head in the game.” Easy to say, but with so many everyday worries crowding your mind, how do you cultivate the ability to concentrate on one thing without distraction, so you can perform at your maximum potential? Mental focus is such an important skill… Read More»
Committing to an exercise routine boils down to one word, planning. When I ran Track in college, all of my workouts were planned for me. Each day, I would arrive at practice and await my coach’s instructions. However, once I graduated college, it was time for me to design my own training plan,… Read More»
We’ve talked about reflection, and goal setting. But as we know, nothing happens without action. This is a long one, but a good one. A few of our “Incredible Athletes” took the time to chat with me about their 2011, and what goals they have for 2012. How do you set fitness goals? “I set… Read More»
Last week, we spent some time reflecting on our 2011. This week, we need to look ahead to 2012 and set some goals! Goal setting always reminds me of this fun little story: “Day after day a man prayed, ‘Dear God help me to win the lottery…’” After months and months of… Read More»