Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
Shift your thinking from couch potato mentality to thinking like an athlete. This may sound like a big challenge, but it’s not as big a leap as you think. Essex, Massachusetts mom April Bowling, 33, stopped using her busy life as an excuse not to exercise. After the birth of her children (now age...
MORE IDEAS FROM THE SAME ARTICLE
In America, some tend to have trouble asking for help, says Bowling. Yet in order to stick to a fitness program, we need buy-in and encouragement from other people.
“Exercising is built into our family life," Bowling adds. “We view it as a necessity. Sometimes it takes the place of watching...
There’s nothing more motivating than that first 5K looming in bold letters on the calendar. Register early and commit to an exercise program that will get you in shape by race day.
“Set realistic goals that include clear milestones, and as you progress toward your goal, you’ll find a ripple...
MORE LIKE THIS
How do some of the most prolific artists in the world motivate themselves? They don't merely set SCHEDULE, they build RITUALS.
It’s a simple act, but doing it the same way each morning habitualizes it and makes it repeatable . It reduces the chance of skipping it or...
published 3 ideas
published 4 ideas
Newcomers to fitness can find it overwhelming and often times find it hard to remain consistent. This 2 minute read is a great help to learn tools to enjoy fitness and develop a schedule and consistency.
❤️ Brainstash Inc.