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3 Simple Steps to Actually Stick with Good Habits

Change the Plan__Not the Goal

Change the Plan__Not the Goal

Hi Everyone,

Today, want to refer you to an article that came to me at just the right time.
It’s about how to keep doing those habits good for us.

If you’re like me, we all find there are times we’re challenged to stick with our good habits. We have the best of intentions, but still for some reason go astray.

Well, today, going to share a portion of what my friend, and really all around cool guy,
James Clear, wrote recently. I find myself coming back to it, again and again.

First thing to remember folks, you’ll want to have a clear idea of your goal.

Write it down where it’s easy to see, such as a personal Daily Action journal.

Here’s an example from James, “The more *** I do, the leaner I get. For that reason, I recently decided to make *** a daily habit. I decided to use the three rules … and easily add more *** to my routine.”

James shares more details on his three so simple ways…it has helped me now more than once !!

If you’re anxious to learn more you can read the full post here at James website.

Want to personally thank James for writing with such clarity as well as being so inspiring. Especially, for allowing me to quote him. This is why repeatedly visit his site for new tips, along with receiving his informative newsletter.

Join his free newsletter and as James says “learn how to …”

“Break your bad habits and replace them with good routines that actually stick”

“Get in the best shape of your life (physically and mentally)”

“Increase your creativity and boost your energy”

“Plus, you’ll get fresh ideas on how to lose fat, build muscle, and feel superhuman.”

You can read more AND receive his free ebook on how to Transform Your Habits … at James website.

Here’s to living a Boundrylessly Energetic and Successful Life everyone !

Thank you James, for writing at the right moment, on what was so necessary.All the best to you ~

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Ready for Summer Yet ?

Total-Six-Pack-Abs-Before-After

Total-Six-Pack-Abs-Before-After

Hi Folks,

SO….. Spring is here – Summer just around the corner.

This reminds me of the beach, swimming, and getting fit.

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Women can benefit too

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Brandi T6PA

Brandi T6PA

TSPA worked great! I was 1.5% body fat
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F – I – T exercise into your daily Plans

See exercise as your daily ritual

See exercise as your daily ritual

Hi folks,

Today want to mention about making time to exercise.

Like most of us, we have busy lives at home and work.

Here’s some simple ways to do it.

F = Find time. Find means make time, if only a few minutes throughout the day for it.
I = Invest in YOU ! You ARE important. You’re of more value when your body and mind are healthy.
T = Talk. This refers to telling yourself something Positive Daily !!

Here’s some additional tips for you…

First: Begin each day doing just 5 minutes of movement as soon as you wake up.
Who says you have to train for an hour in the gym as soon as you start a new fitness plan? No one with half a brain. In order to create a new healthy habit that you can stick with, begin with a lifestyle change that is so small that you barely notice it. To illustrate, let’s say you have to be at work by 8 a.m., so you usually wake up around 6:30-7:00 a.m. (Note: I’m just using examples to make sure you get the idea, modify this to fit your own schedule). Simply wake up 10 or 15 minutes early and do the following workout*:

15-30 squats

25-50 jumping jacks or run in place for 30 seconds (giving options here, because I notice most people don’t like jumping jacks. You can even dance, do the Twist – MOVE !

10-25 push-ups (with your hands elevated on your wall or kitchen sink if needed)

25-50 jumping jacks or run in place for 30 seconds

5 yoga poses/stretches of your choosing (make sure you take care of your upper *and* lower body)

*Note: I’m listing ranges of repetitions instead of a specific number, because I’m sure a wide range of folks with a variety of experience levels are reading this. If you’re not sure where to start, do this during your first training session: assuming a scale of 1-10 that describes how tired you feel, stop the exercise at #5. Write down how many repetitions you are able to perform and gradually add 2-5 more per workout to make it more difficult. Begin by performing a single set of every exercise listed for as many repetitions as you can safely, which should take about five minutes. When that becomes too easy, make it two sets. When that becomes too easy, make it three sets. You get the idea.

Second: Get your gym gear together the night before.
Before you go to bed, lay out your gym and work clothes for the next day. It’s a lot easier to get organized while you’re still half-conscious than it is before you’ve had your coffee (and feeling like a zombie). For bonus points, put your gym shoes and socks next to the bed. If you workout in the evening, collect your training gear, put it in a bag, and toss it into your car.

Third: Treat exercise as if it is your job.
Exercise should be an enjoyable experience (if you’re doing it right), but there is no denying that you’re not always going to feel like working out. But since exercise is just as important for your physical health as going to work is for your fiscal health, why should it be treated any differently? Treat exercise as if it is a very important appointment by scheduling your training days on a calendar or planner. Aim to exercise on the same days, at the same times, every single week. If repeated consistently, this will train your brain to turn exercise into a consistent habit that doesn’t require much thought process.

Forth: Enjoy a mid-day / lunch walk to relax and unwind.
Remember that early morning workout I gave you in point #1? If you’re interested in bonus points, here’s another easy way to squeeze exercise into your day. Sometime around the middle of your day (maybe at lunch time?), go for a 10-30 minute walk downtown or at a park. Breathe deeply and try to quiet your inner-chatter, enjoying the peace and silence, while you walk. You’ll come back to work re-charged and ready to make the most of the rest of your day (plus, you’ll burn extra calories too!).

Fifth: Remember why exercising is important in the first place.
Never forget why pursuing health and fitness is so important in the first place. Do you want to be a positive example for your children? Could you use more energy to carry you gracefully throughout your days? Would you like to get fit so you can feel more confident in your body? Are you taking expensive pills with nasty side-effects, all of which could be avoided if you made a better effort to take care of yourself? Whatever the case may be, know your why.

Remember: Doing a little throughout the day, adds up by the end of the day. Go for It !!

Here’s to living a Boundrylessly Happy & Healthy Lifestyle – Daily !

You ARE Awesome !

You ARE Awesome !