Sunday, March 30, 2014

Little Goals

Everyone loves setting big goals. The bigger the goal the more exciting it seems . Imagining that feeling of triumph at the end. Envisioning the admiration. Such an awesome thought.The problem is the longer it takes to reach that goal, and the further those results seem, the easier it is to get discouraged.
So what do we do in the meantime?
Set some small goals!These smaller steps take us toward that big goal.These smaller achievements will take us going from day to day or moment to moment. Remember there is no goal to small.The tiniest goal may be exactly what we need that day. Remember to celebrate these small goals.
The big dreams may  be the reason we get out of bed in the morning, but the little ones are the ones that help us make it through every minute of the day.
 Let's set a small goal. Aim at it, Achieve it,  and  then repeat it all over again.....before you know it.....
Those awesome feelings of Triumph  and Admiration are there!
~Battle on~

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Are you Alone?

Everyone Focuses on themselves and what they are trying to get done...That's not a bad thing. People have their own goals each day. What ever that goal is they have to crawl inside their own mind and make it happen.
It's easy to think-when your working out hard and the sweat is pouring off you  and  your breath is coming shallow and rough and your muscles are screaming at you "Take a break"or maybe they are saying "Stop all together"!! It's easy to think that no one else is feeling the same way. From the outside, it seems like no one else is finding it as hard as you are, no one else is struggling to keep one else is grasping for fact everyone else is making it look easy!!  They are swinging  through their kipping pull-ups, they're finishing their sit-ups  in unbroken sets, their squats are all the way to the floor...When you are struggling, watching someone else can be discouraging. It can make you feel like you are the only one struggling. But..
Here is the Truth:
 No matter how easy they make it look, everyone around you is struggling. Their struggles may  be different than yours,but they  do exist. They are struggling with their form, or their cardiovascular endurance or that inner voice in their head that tells them they can't do it. They are recuperating from an injury, recovering from a bad nights sleep or trying to forget about problems at work.
From the outside you cannot tell what is going on in someones workout- or their head-or their life .One thing is for certain-nothing is what it seems. The person with the perfect body you covet may be filled with insecurities and problems, The weakest and slowest member of the group may have an  inner strength worthy of envy. The only thing  that is a guarantee is that everyone is working through something. You are not alone. Don't spend your time wondering why it looks so much easier for someone else. Believe me it's not easy for them. It's not easy for anyone!...You
 are not alone!  ~battle on~

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Sex still Good after 50?

Amfightclub:The Fight to Be Fit

AM Fight Club CEO Writes eBook on the Fight to be Fit

Busy schedules, chronic fatigue and lack of motivation derail fitness plans quickly but there are some ways you can "schedule" your workouts and get on the road to feeling and looking years younger.

Adrian, MI, April 13, 2013 --( AM Fight Club CEO, Julie Diver, has written a new eBook entitled, “AM Fight Club: The Fight to be Fit,” that chronicles some of the demons everyone has to conquer to really get physically fit. Diver, who is a four-time black belt, sensei and certified trainer, works with predominantly female clients and offers an online workout portal designed to give people a non-gym option for working out.

In talking about her reasons for writing the book, Diver said, “making the time and commitment to exercise is hard for many people and I understand that. A lot of us work long hours, run kids to and from practices and school events, and in some cases care for parents who are getting older. But, we need to schedule exercise time and proper diet and nutrition like everything else in our lives. I hope my book will help women make a date with themselves to do something that will give them more energy, relieve stress and help them look and feel better.”

“AM Fight Club: The Fight to be Fit” is a complete guide to not only overcoming the exercise “scheduling” problem but also examines some of the emotional and mental aspects women have in putting themselves last.
There are chapters in the book on types of exercise that work best for shredding fat, nutrition and suggested exercise routines. There are also ways to connect with Diver online and share her motivational style of training her clients in person and on the web. You can download the ebook from Amazon Kindle stores and I-tunes. >