Tag: fitness

Five Health Journey Mistakes to Stop Making in 2017

January 4, 2017
Five Health Journey Mistakes to Stop Making in 2017

It does not matter if you are working on improving your diet, losing weight, incorporating a fitness plan, doing self-care rituals, or making healthier choices. Whatever your goals are, you can avoid these five health journey mistakes in 2017. Note: The inspiration for this blog post comes from Michelle at Fine Hair and Faith. Mistake #1 Comparing […]

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How to Stay Low-Carb High-Fat During the Holidays

December 7, 2016
How to Stay Low-Carb High-Fat During the Holidays

There are articles out there on this topic, but I’m coming at you in a different way. I share some tips on how to stay low-carb high-fat ketoish during the holidays. Note: It doesn’t matter what kind of diet you follow, you can apply these tips too. I know keotish is not a word, but […]

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Get Rid of Your Dislike for Exercise Once and for All

November 16, 2016
Get Rid of Your Dislike for Exercise Once and for All

Do you dislike exercise? I used to hate exercising, but I soon changed that way of thinking. My weight was okay, but I learned that exercise is not only beneficial for weight loss, but it is also important for your overall health and well-being. Exercise is Good for the Body Do you realize that exercise/movement […]

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Lift: Fitness Culture, from Naked Greeks and Acrobats….(Book Review)

July 25, 2016
Lift: Fitness Culture, from Naked Greeks and Acrobats….(Book Review)

Lift: Fitness Culture, from Naked Greeks and Acrobats to Jazzercise and Ninja Warriors Lift: Fitness Culture, from Naked Greeks and Acrobats to Jazzercise and Ninja Warriors, author Daniel Kunitz Learn some history about fitness. You should read Lift if: you have an interest in fitness you want to learn the cultural history of fitness you […]

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A Story About a Pull-Up Bar and Fitness

April 25, 2016
A Story About a Pull-Up Bar and Fitness

Have you ever felt like giving up before giving the task a really good try? I am sure some of you have felt like this at some point in your life. Today I share with a story about the pull-up bar and fitness. The Pull-Up Bar I bought a pull-up bar a month ago and I […]

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Be Patient (the most important thing you can do for yourself)

February 22, 2016
Be Patient (the most important thing you can do for yourself)

I have written about wanting fast weight loss, but this post is not about weight loss, but more about wanting any goal you set to happen fast. Anything that happens fast is not always the best for you. Being patient is the most important thing you can do for yourself. The inspiration for this post […]

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It is Okay to Tweak Your Goals to Reach Your Goals

January 21, 2016
It is Okay to Tweak Your Goals to Reach Your Goals

I did something a little out of the ordinary yesterday (January 20th), but after doing it, I felt motivated and pumped up to get my workout done. A question came to mind, “How bad do you want to get fit?” And guess what I did? Let me tell you this first before I get into […]

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Plan Your Exercise Routine for Success

August 11, 2015
Plan Your Exercise Routine for Success

Do you find it hard to stick with a fitness routine? I used to find it hard to stick with a fitness routine. My failure to stick with a fitness routine was because I had no plan of action. As a result of not having a plan for my exercise routine, I exercised sporadically. It […]

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30 Tips for a Healthier Mind, Body, and Spirit

October 14, 2014
30 Tips for a Healthier Mind, Body, and Spirit

How many of you want to live healthier and be healthier?  That’s everyone!  No one wants sickness, dis-ease, unhappiness, or mental and emotional health issues. Let’s face it, when we are healthy we feel good and we feel like we have a purpose for being here on this planet;  we feel like we can conquer […]

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10 Ways to Unwind After a Day’s Work

October 2, 2014
10 Ways to Unwind After a Day’s Work

This is a guest post written by Mr. Ron McDiarmid Maintaining the work-life balance can be hard. It seems like we are working more than ever as the cost of living dramatically increases. It can be tempting to just push through and do only the bare minimum self-care before another long day of work. This […]

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