1. Take up a winter sport. If you’re a competitive type, why not try a new winter sport? From skiing to snowshoeing, there are many great options that burn mega calories and put a whole new twist on your cold-weather workout plans. 2. Get creative at home. Sure, getting to the gym can be more of a hassle…

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I learned a long time ago that “The only way to lose is to quit”.   As long as you continue to make the effort and test and measure your results, you have not lost and your still in the game. Everyone experiences setbacks yep even me . However, those who achieve the most experience the…

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Without a deadline you can exhaust yourself and still not arrive at any meaningful accomplishment.  A deadline compels you to prioritise and to expend your best efforts in the most meaningful direction. With a deadline, you are constantly reminded of how valuable and precious your time is. You’re able to see resources and opportunities that…

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A minimalist lifestyle is the reduction of stress and material goods to focus on what matters the most.While for some, a minimalist lifestyle may begin with simplifying out diet or meditating. When you have less physical distractions around you it actually correlates to less mental clutter,which in turn gives you permission to look deeper into…

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As a competitive amateur Bodybuilder I’ve learnt that Sometimes it can be truly helpful and enlightening to wander without a clear destination and to explore new territory. Yet if that’s all you ever do, all that enlightenment will never be put to use. When you give yourself a clear, specific goal, your actions take on…

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The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion. That’s what most people lack, having the guts to go on and just say they’ll go through the pain no matter what happens is a famous quote by…

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