I’ve heard the saying “practice makes perfect” thrown around for years, and I just don’t get it. Nothing could be further from the truth!
If we are trying to accomplish anything in life, it’s vital that we stay focused, but on the right things. I’ve been helping people lose weight, tone up and change their thinking for many years now and I’ve noticed some interesting things, especially in the area of weight loss.
There’s nothing that I recommend that I haven’t done for myself over the years. In fact, you benefit from my being able to condense what has taken me years to accomplish into simple, fun and engaging activities as I expand on this series of articles.
The title alone is controversial at best. Sure, those who genuinely love working out, getting into shape, and staying healthy find fitness fun. Unfortunately, for a good number of people, the word “fitness” makes them cringe. It makes them want to run in the opposite direction.
LESS STRESSING, MORE MOVING As much as the very thought of exercising may stress you out, studies show that regular movement can actually melt away stress. It’s basically the reason why people go dancing to have a good time or when people use their hands a lot when they’re telling a really good anecdote. The […]
The holiday season has come and gone. Gifts were exchanged, cards given, and New Year Resolution’s written down and tucked away somewhere — doomed to be forgotten. Now that the mornings are colder and calmer, it’s time to be serious and come up with your real New Year’s Resolution — a commitment to fitness.
Here is the list: Take A Deep Breath You’re starting on a great adventure, and your breath gives you energy to keep the momentum going. Plus, oxygen is essential to a healthy body. Breathe deep and let it do its magic.
Clark Bartram has earned his reputation as “America’s Most Trusted Fitness Professional.” In everything he does, Clark puts forth 100% in the hopes that he can benefit men and women who care enough about themselves and the people they love to do what it takes to “Live the Lifestyle.”