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Exercise Psychology

Exercise Ain’t Torture. It’s Self-Love

When it feels like your only salvation is Netflix and instant pizza it is easy to pass on a workout. Then another. Once more and your body forgets what fitness even feels like. Life happens and exercise cannot always be a priority. But if that is the case then why do so many of us… Continue reading Exercise Ain’t Torture. It’s Self-Love

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Exercise Psychology

Own a Home? You got the Skills to Become Your Healthiest Self

Think back when you qualified for a home loan. That hard work and dedication finally paying off. Felt good, right? Scoring hundreds of thousands of dollars was no accident and probably was no off-the-hip decision. It was a process. You meet with a loan officer and formulated a plan. Set a savings goal. Stuck to… Continue reading Own a Home? You got the Skills to Become Your Healthiest Self

Exercise Psychology

Hate Exercise? This Might Be Why

Have you despised exercise forever? Are words like exercise, gym, running, push-ups, etc., etc., emotional triggers? Let’s explore why and hopefully fix it. We are great at remembering hurtful things Strong experiences make strong memories. Why? Because exciting or terrible times make us feel a lot more than usual. Feel is short for feelings you… Continue reading Hate Exercise? This Might Be Why

Exercise Psychology

Want to Get Your Best Body? Patience is the Answer

Ever notice how body changes come in big erratic chunks? Sure, progress should be linear, like a steady paycheck or seconds ticking away on a clock, but unfortunately it ain’t. Progress, if anything, is consistently inconsistent. Build muscle. Burn fat. Like watching paint dry. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the efforts of weight… Continue reading Want to Get Your Best Body? Patience is the Answer