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Motivation

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The Five Pillars of Willpower

By Jeanine Natale willpower (n): energetic determination; the ability to control oneself and determine one’s actions; firmness of will; control of one’s impulses and actions; self-control. Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to turn things around, so you’ve ordered ChaLEAN Extreme® or 10-Minute Trainer®—or maybe you’re really going for it with INSANITY: THE ASYLUM®. But that’s only half the battle. After … Continue reading »

8 Tips on How to Fit a Balanced Diet into Your Busy Schedule

By Maura Tibbs Welcome to a typical day at the office. Most of us know it well. You’re not even at your desk yet, and your mind is already preoccupied with emails to answer, phone calls to return, and meetings to attend. Before you know it, lunchtime rolls around and you’re running on nothing but … Continue reading »

Gaining Mass with P90X

By Steve Edwards “Don’t want to look small!” —Lou Ferrigno in Pumping IronGuys have a thing for mass. It’s hard to explain, really, but boys seem to grow up wanting nothing more than to be big. Guys want speedboats and trucks, and they want to look like The Hulk, regardless of what their wives may think of … Continue reading »

What is Team Beachbody, and how can it help me reach my fitness goals?

If you own a TV, you’ve seen the infomercials for P90X, Insanity, TurboFire, Ten Minute Trainer, etc.  All these workout programs (and many more) were created by one company, Beachbody.  Beachbody is the most successful health and fitness company of it’s kind.  They promote real solutions to real problem, and they do it all without … Continue reading »

6 Tips to Find Time for Fitness

Confessions of a Former Workaholic: 6 Easy Ways to Find Time for Fitness By Tara Igoe   Re-Posted from the Beachbody Newsletter:  Issue: #226, July 08, 2011  Hello. My name is Tara and I’m a recovering overworked corporate executive. I remember lots of late night meetings discussing things I really didn’t care about, delivering presentations … Continue reading »

What is Your Motivation for Weight Loss?

Can your choice of Motivation be hindering your weight loss? Ask 100 people trying to lose weight what their motivation is, and you’ll probably get some answers like: to look better, to get healthy, to fit in some pair of pants, etc. Are motivations like these enough to carry someone through the entire journey of … Continue reading »

I don’t have time to exercise!

-According to the A.C. Nielsen Co. the average American watches 3 hours and 46 minutes of TV each day (that’s more than 52 days of nonstop TV-watching per year).  Just imagine where we’d be, if we gave up just an hour of TV a day and got some physical Activity.  (BTW, I know my kids … Continue reading »

Motivation and Consistency: My plan to complete all 90 days of P90X

Why do so many people start a diet or exercise program only to stop 3-4 weeks into it?  Why are so many New Year’s Resolutions broken before we even reach February?  What is it about the human nature that we can start with so much enthusiasm, but eventually that excitement fades? In my personal experience, … Continue reading »

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