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  • 9 ways to get (and stay) motivated

    I get asked all the time: “How do you stay so motivated?” Fact:I don’t! …. SoI work at it! Motivation is like a muscle – the more you flex it, the stronger it becomes. But what do you do to get your motivation “muscle” in shape in the first place? You find ways to intentionally keep yourself motivated! I’ve put together a list of proven ways to build motivation right into your healthy habits. Make it fun!Try a new recipe. Do a new workout (working with a fitness pro is a no-brainer for this one!). Listen to your favorite music. Challenge yourself to try one new fruit or veg a week. Set a goal that gets you psyched.Sign up for a fun ....

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  • Easy Ways to add Protein to your Day

    Protein is essential for building, repairing and preserving muscle. It also helps us feel full throughout the day. However, since it’s not as accessible as carbohydrate and fat sources, many people find it challenging to hit daily protein goals consistently. You can s atiate your hunger and be kind to your muscles with these easy tips for hitting your daily protein goal! Protein powder: Add your favorite protein powder to a smoothie, or a batch of waffles at breakfast for a simple and delicious way to boost your daily intake. There’s also a range of protein powders to meet different dietary needs, making it easy to find one that works for you. Increase your ....

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  • 3 Common Mistake People Make when Setting a New Year's Resolution

    Did you know that only 7 to 12% of the people who make new year's resolutions actually achieve their goals? I am dedicated to your success so in that light here are 3 common mistakes that people make when they make a New Year's Resolution. This is Ron from Workhorse Gym and the whole new year's resolution thing is exactly what motivated me to get into the fitness business all those years ago. No, I didn't make a resolution. I saw all those people failing to make the progress they wanted and it inspired me to step up and put my experience to work. To help everyone who wants to succeed. If you want to know more about that go to workhorse gym dot com and see my origin story video. Now ....

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  • Don’t fall through the cracks

    Do me (and yourself) a favor! Take a sec and relax your shoulders and your jaw. Right now! Then, draw in a nice slow breath … and feel those muscles relax even MORE. Forget everything on your to-do list (for just a second). What are you doing for YOU today? A LOT of people put their fitness & health on the back burner this time of year. “I’ll start again after the New Year,” they say. And I’m not just talking about weight gain … it’s about how you feel in your body every day – mind, body, and spirit! When you stick with your healthy habits (workouts, healthy diet, 7-8 hours of sleep a night, etc.), you just ....

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  • 7 Life-changing reasons to lift weights

    7 Life-changing reasons to lift weights You get married. Have a baby. Move across the world. Start going to night school so you can get a degree. All of these are life-changing events that make you a different person. But did you know your life can change significantly just by spending some time on strength training? That’s right—if you’re willing to commit to strength training, your life will change significantly in seven ways. Here they are. Change #1: Toned This one’s obvious for anyone who has ever stepped inside a gym. When you add strength training to your routine, your body shapes up quickly. Working with me, you can determine an appropriate ....

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  • that’s simply not true…

    that’s simply not true… There are SO MANY myths about weight loss. I’ve heard them all. There’s the myth about ab crunches melting off belly fat. (Sorry folks, spot reduction doesn’t exist. You’ve got to burn the fat from your body as a whole.) Then there’s the one that says the faster you do an exercise the better, even at the expense of form. (Ouch. This philosophy has caused many injuries. Never sacrifice form for speed.) I’ve even heard one that says recovery days are not necessary. (Rest days are actually of vital importance to your recovery and weight loss.) But of all the fitness myths out there, the one that gets ....

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  • Ready to get serious about your goals in 2022?

    Ready to get serious about your goals in 2022?

    Ready to get serious about your goals in 2022? If you’ve been trying to make changes in your life for a while now, you may have found that it can be really hard to make them happen. It’s not uncommon … but you DESERVE better! That’s why I’ve been working hard on a new tool to help you turn your goals into REALITY in 2022. It’s my brand-new Goal-Getting & Habit Stacking Workbook. But I'm going to be honest with you. If you want a quick fix, this workbook isn’t for you. But if you want a step-by-step guide that will help take the guesswork out and give you the tools to reach and maintain your goals over time … then ....

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  • How to reset your day

    How are you doing today? How did you sleep last night … have you gotten in any workouts this week … are you focusing on whole foods … and how is your mood? I’m asking because all of that is RELATED. When just one of those things is out of whack, it can throw everything else out of whack right along with it! A bad night of sleep can throw your hunger hormones out of balance, making you feel hungry … even if you’ve eaten enough A stressful day can leave you exhausted and craving comfort foods (and tempt you to skip your workout) Lack of activity can drain your energy and also leave you tossing and turning Eating too close to bedtime can make it ....

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  • How your body keeps you from losing fat on a diet

    N.E.A.T stands for non-exercise activity thermogenesis. Also known as NEPA (non exercise physical activity)⁣ ⁣ It’s the calories burned from activities of daily living outside of exercise and is the second largest contributor to your total daily energy expenditure (TDEE)⁣ ⁣ TDEE is made up of 4 areas – the biggest one being basal metabolic rate (the calories needed to keep you alive), NEAT, the thermic effect of food, and exercise ⁣ ⁣ However the body can adjust NEAT quite dramatically, and is a reason why sometimes extreme diets and exercise routines (particularly excessive cardio) can backfire⁣ ⁣ Let’s say you burn 2500 cals per day and you’re eating at ....

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