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The Best Time of Year to Start a Workout Program

Everyone should be working out. If you are thinking about starting a routine, but the timing isn’t right today, I understand. If you have been indecisive about starting a workout plan, I will give you the best information here to be sure the timing is right for you.This article will show you the best times

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Non-traditional Books for Hitting your Fitness Goals

The books that have helped me reach my fitness, health, and financial goals. Here’s a dumb question? If you want to lose weight, what kind of book should you read? Maybe you think it’s a book on the best ab-shredding exercises. Maybe it’s a diet book. While diet and exercise books can be very helpful,

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Techniques to Help You Shave Time off of Your Weightlifting Routine

When I was in high school and didn’t have all of the obligations I have now as a dad, I had all kinds of time. When I ditched football and team sports to take up a weightlifting hobby, I would spend at least one hour per day in the gym. Often times it was closer

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My Weight Loss Secrets: I’ve never told anyone these before

Someone approached me in the gym the other day and said, “Hey! I read your bio and saw that you lost over 50 pounds a while back. Good for you! That’s awesome! How did you do it?”   I thanked her and everything, then I told her what I did to shed those lbs. And

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Lotto Tickets, Jackpots, and Getting Fit Quick

We live in an instant gratification society. We like quick results. We like fast food, microwaves, drive-through windows, and instant-winner game tickets. How many people play the lottery in hopes of becoming instantly rich overnight? Millions. How many lottery winners do you personally know? My guess is zero. The same thing goes for slot machines

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How Much do You Spend?

Our priorities can tell us a lot about our lifestyle. Do you consider fitness to be a big priority in your life? And, if not, do you want fitness to become a priority in your life? If the answer is yes, then I would assume that you allot a certain amount of time in your

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Have You Hit Your Goal this Year?

Published on September 26, 2013 by in Motivation

Did you set a goal this past January and hit it this year? If so, great! If not, it’s time to get going on it! A lot of us tend to set goals in January for the New Year, but for whatever reason we don’t take the steps to make it happen. If that is

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Try This Easy Technique to Stick with Exercise

The Coupling Effect In the last post I wrote about finding the time to exercise and how to make room for exercise in daily life. But once the time to exercise has been found, how can you stick with it and make it a habit. One way is to apply the Coupling Technique. What is

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I Just Can’t Find the Time to Exercise

So, you don’t have time to exercise?  Yes you do. I’ll prove it. Here is a tip and/or trick that you can do to magically find the time: Write down everything you do for 3 days in a journal, daily planner or notebook. Everything. It might look something like this: 7:00 – Woke Up 7:00

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Applying the “Slight Edge” to Your Health

One of my favorite books is called the Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. He gives so much practical and ridiculously simple advice in the book that when reading it I find myself saying, “Well, duh,” yet at the same time it is the simple things in life that we tend to overcomplicate (I have been

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