It helps us deliver the fastest results to our clients in the shortest amount of time - Period. If you’ve never used one before we’re not surprised, it’s only been around for a few years and doesn’t really look like much.Two unassuming yellow and black hanging straps doesn’t look that bad, right?
To indulge or not to indulge? Holidays and special events like the Super Bowl always bring out the spectrum of eating decisions as in "i'm not gonna blow my diet" to "i'm eating like there is no tomorrow". Which is right? The "Eating Elite" will have all of their healthy organic low fat low calorie options, and healthy twists on traditional favorites, and your everyday folks (like me) value a healthy eating plan most of the time, but understand that indulging for special occasions is just fine.
Why Starch and Fruit Carb Cycling? These two types of carbohydrates have a greater effect on your systems, and can aid in fat and sugar storage. Adding a starch and fruit cycle to your nutrition regimen, can sometimes aid in speeding up the weight loss process. If you have established sound nutritional habits on a daily basis (examples: eating breakfast, protein at each meal, 5-10 servings green and brightly colored vegetables a day, etc.), then adding this strategy may be one to consider for an extra kick to your weight loss journey.
1. IMPROVE YOUR SLEEP- Your body produces IGF-1 or human growth hormone while you are sleeping. Helping you body gain muscle and lose fat. If you cut short that process by getting less that 7-8 hours sleep a night, you short circuit that process and hinder your recovery.
2. TAKE A HOT SHOWER BEFORE BED- The goal here is to help you unwind before bed and get a better nights sleep.
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Saturday, February 02, 2013 @ 12:13pm
Some days while I am working out, I feel like any challenge presented before me will be conquered! Then other days, like this morning, I feel like I have been set back months of training and I'm not sure why. While I was working out, I was working on some positive self talk to get me through the training, but it still took everything I had and then some to get through it. On the other side, I felt both a sense accomplishment for pushing through and a sense of exhaustion for squeaking by.
Posted by LJ Eastmead @ Friday, February 01, 2013 @ 17:09pm
Another mention for helping a tough guy complete a 5K after a terrible accident. He's now back on duty in the sheriff's office!http://rrleader.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&SubSectionID=1&ArticleID=30699&TM=57626.73
I'm grateful to be mentioned in this inspiring article about a remote coaching client who suffered head trauma and persevered then triumphed. http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2013/01/28/2855310/dominic-alexander-keeps-on-running.html