Tagged: accountability

Stop Saying Tomorrow

Establishing and maintaining lifestyle changes can be challenging. The perceived difficulty alone can discourage us from ever even attempting to change our behaviors. However, success can be found through a multi-step process that includes setting goals, staying accountable, and reflecting on your progress. Stop saying tomorrow and follow these steps to get where you want […]

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If You Feel Like Giving Up, Remember Why You Started

Sometimes fitness and diet can really get you down. Don’t think you’re alone. Yes, even us fitness professionals sometimes feel that way, too. You try hard, but sometimes it doesn’t seem to be working. We’re here to tell you to never give up and remember why started in the first place.

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Reasons to Work Out with Your Coworkers

You might not have ever considered it but the best workout routine could be done with someone you work with! Regular exercise improves your health by maintaining a healthy weight, decreasing stress, and encouraging better sleep, but there are many reasons why you should work out with your coworkers. These reasons can also encourage businesses […]

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3 Simple Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Do you ever feel like you’re your own worst enemy? Holding oneself accountable can be difficult. Even when you do find motivation to exercise, people often struggle to maintain consistency over the long-term. Here are 3 simple ways to hold yourself accountable.

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Personal Trainers: Accountability Personified

As a trainer, I often say that my job is to be accountability, personified. I’m the one that shows up. I plan the exercise routine, I come in to work, and I’m ready to work. I’m the person waiting for you to show up to class at 6 a.m., or to our training session at […]

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Hold Yourself Accountable by Tracking Activity

Statistics are useful in so many different ways. Just like in business, healthcare, and science, health and fitness metrics can be analyzed over a period of time to reveal trends. These trends can be used to help determine what future actions should be taken. If you already have goals you’re working towards, tracking activity on […]

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Use Positive Psychology to Make Resolutions a Reality

So many people feel that getting off to the right start for the New Year is extremely important. And, I agree. There is nothing better than feeling the break from the old year and moving on to the New Year. You can do this quickly, or you can spend a little time “looking back” first, using […]

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Moving Beyond the ‘Gates’ of Your Comfort Zone

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” We’ve all heard some version of this quote, and most of us not only believe it, but have lived it. Yet, time and time again, we build up walls and gates to protect ourselves from the potentially wonderful unknown. With the holidays coming to an end, […]

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