We’ve set our “SMART” goals, making sure they’re realistic and neither too big nor too small. We’ve examined our sources of motivation, looking at both extrinsic and intrinsic types to ensure we have a couple of each. And yet, we’re still lacking motivation. It’s time to reconnect with your “why”. Our “why” is the underlying … Continue reading Motivation: Your “Why” and The Bottom Line
“I could lift more, but I can’t hold on.”
You can make progress, even if the scale never moves.
Have you ever opened the fridge, searching for a snack to tide you over to your next meal?
Have you ever spent time stretching, only to wake up the next day and feel just as “tight” as the day before?
Four of my top tips for meal planning BEFORE you head to the store:
One of my first “series” on my blog was “Trainer Tough Love”.