5 Ways You Were Never Meant to Do Treadmill Cardio,
But Should Anyhow

July 22, 2014     Posted in Cardio/Conditioning by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Treadmill

The good ol’ treadmill is certainly one of the standards as far as gym cardio machines go, but even so treadmill cardio unfortunately rates right up there in the prize for most boring workouts ever invented. Sure, the treadmill has its advantages. It allows you to do your cardio indoors, in relative safety and comfort. . . .

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6 Shocking Truths About Your New Fitness Lifestyle

July 19, 2014     Posted in General by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Fitness Criticism

Once you’ve made a committed decision to jump into a lifestyle of health and fitness, you know that you’re going to be in for a tough transition period. That’s the time where your determination will be tested, when you’ll find out whether you really have what it takes to see it through. Right up at . . .

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9 Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Fat

July 16, 2014     Posted in Weight Loss by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Fat Loss

Let’s face it, there’s nothing quite as frustrating as stubborn body fat. You think you’re doing all the right things, you’re working out regularly, maybe even eating “clean” foods, but still it won’t budge. What’s going on? Is it just that you’re getting older, and your body simply isn’t able to lose fat anymore like . . .

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7 Steps To Unshakeable Mental Strength

July 11, 2014     Posted in Mental & Philosophical by Gloria Kaneko     2 Comments
Mental Toughness

It can be so difficult sometimes to make even relatively minor changes in our lives or reach seemingly simple goals, that when we look around at the high-achievers in life it’s easy to be in awe and ask ourselves how they can have the discipline, dedication and drive to keep doing what they’re doing. People . . .

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The Truth About Dietary Supplements

July 7, 2014     Posted in Nutrition by Gloria Kaneko     0 Comments
Branded Supplements

Dietary supplements are one of those things that divide people’s opinions. Some believe that if you’re serious about losing weight and/or being fit and healthy you have to be taking supplements. Others believe the exact opposite – that supplements are totally unnecessary and nothing but a scam perpetrated by supplement companies to fill their pockets . . .

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You Hit Like a Girl

July 3, 2014     Posted in Mental & Philosophical, Rants by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Train Like a Girl

Have you ever been told that you hit like a girl, or run like a girl, or do anything “like a girl”? It’s an expression thrown around more so by young male children than anyone else, but unfortunately it’s not so uncommon among adults either. When you’re told that you do something like a girl, . . .

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Why You Can’t Trust Your Doctor

June 24, 2014     Posted in Myths & Scams, Rants, Weight Loss by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Trust Me I'm a Doctor

I have a friend who underwent surgery about two years ago. As a builder, he had a very physical job and unfortunately developed a severe chronic pain in some of the vertebrae of his neck. After consulting with a number of medical professionals, it turned out that surgery was the only solution to correct his . . .

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You Don’t Know What’s Possible Until You’re Doing it

June 19, 2014     Posted in Inspirational Stories, Motivational Videos by Gloria Kaneko     0 Comments
Liz Murray

I wanted to make a blog post today about an incredibly inspiring woman that I learned about recently who really represents the no excuses mindset. This woman has had every reason to believe that her life would go nowhere considering the start she got, but instead her positive attitude lifted her above her circumstances to . . .

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Should Obesity Really be Called a Disease?

June 11, 2014     Posted in Weight Loss by Fabian Colussi     0 Comments
Obesity a Disease

It’s been almost exactly a year now since the AMA in the United States made the controversial decision to officially classify obesity as a disease, and it seems that experts are still in disagreement about whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing. In fact, many are against the decision simply because there still . . .

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The Value of Failure

February 23, 2014     Posted in Mental & Philosophical by Gloria Kaneko     0 Comments
The Value of Failure

I was watching an episode of The Twilight Zone the other day which was very interesting.  In this episode a genie granted a hard-working shop owner four wishes, where he could ask for absolutely anything he wanted. Being very skeptical of the genie, the man’s first wish was to repair a broken panel of glass . . .

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