Based on the past activity patterns of people using its fitness apps, the social fitness network Strava predicts that Sunday will be “Quitter’s Day,” the day when most Americans will forsake their fitness goals. So, what can we do to stay on track with our goals? As journalist Emily Reynolds points out in a recent article for BPS Research Digest
The Journey Begins We live in a life the consist of work, children, business, and just day to day life. Sometime we over look what is most important, which is our health "A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." getting caught up with all that can over whelm us. Now,
If you don't take the time to think through exactly what you're hoping to achieve, you'll be less likely to care whether or not you reach it. So don't keep those goals as abstract ideas in your head. "Create a mood board for inspiration, then sit down and reflect on where you are now and where you want to be—then
Help me help you fix your body? There are ways you can stay in shape and build your body, you have to focus and put in the work and allow the training you do to take its course. We are seeking to stimulating muscle so weights are just the tools we use to induce stimulation; we are not power lifters.