habits

The healthiest, longest living adults are the ones who sleep well and manage their stress correctly.
When it comes to diet and health change, humans have a bug in their operating system.
While enlisting in the help of a trainer may be a great personal investment, doing so won’t necessarily solve your personal problems.
It's far too easy for bad habits to creep in without a plan to keep them extinct.
You were made to move and your regular exercise isn't enough to combat the Western diseases of seated affluence. Your need to fill the rest of your day with consistent movement.
The ever-increasing pace of your life doesn't mean you can't get fit; it just means you need to be more creative.
Shape your path and remove your excuses to make this the year you finally make your health and fitness a priority.
Make small changes that over time will add up to something big.
You can set yourself up for success by defining what is most important to you in life, and working your butt off by doing whatever it takes to get there.
The power of routine and the cultivation of discipline in your every-day life is essential if you want to perform at your best.
Expand your thinking and your practice outside of your typical gym routine by approaching all aspects of mobility.
People wait for an inspiring gust of wind to transport them to health, fitness, and wellness, but all they need do is take the marginally more uncomfortable route repeatedly and consistently.
Why is it that one person gives up on the piano as a child and later becomes a chess grandmaster?
Even fitness professionals have to fight laziness and poor diet choices.
Negative motivations can thwart all your otherwise noble efforts.
Growing older doesn't make you immune to body issues and eating disorders.
Face the music and do what you need to do without the cute little tricks.