Have you ever tried to lose weight, size, or make other significant changes in your life only to have your efforts trumped by the hazards of your regular life?
Sure you have. We ALL have! What did you think you were an exception?
We all face similar problems when it comes to facing and beating distractions, old habits, outside influences etc. They always seem to increase when we’re trying to do something positive too!
You’ve read every magazine article detailing thorough workouts, exclusion diets, and effective gym gadgets.
These can all be positive devices to move us toward our performance goals, but there is one tool, the often overlooked “hidden habit.” Renew your resolve in THIS habit and get a grasp on what really works for you. We all have unique qualities. Our bodies respond differently to food items, types of activity, age and circumstance.
I had a fantastic experience last night that I wanted to share with you.
I was invited to counsel teams at the Player’s Development Academy (PDA), which is one of the premier soccer clubs in the United States, and the home of U16 PDA Slammers National Champion girls soccer team.
Throughout my 9 years in track, many people have asked for advice to give aspiring athletes trying to reach my level of success. They ask what are the most important traits to becoming successful?. All the questions are difficult to answer because there are so many quintessential keys for success in this sport.
Many don’t understand the dedication and worth ethic that goes into competing at an elite level.
Prep Mode: Next month I start applying specific training into my routine as well as begin a diet suited for a Bikini competitor.
Incredibly active. In shape. Strong. Vibrant. These are the adjectives that come to my mind to describe model and yogi Amy Lynn Grover. She’s officially the first Playboy cover model to grace the pages of AlumniWellness. Gotta love that.