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Don’t Be Rigid

If you focus only on maintaining a streak- say going to the gym every day for 60 days – you may feel its not worth continuing if outbreak the streak. “Extreme rigidity of habits is not generally associated with mental … Continue reading

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Budget Fitness

Any tips for getting fit on a tight budget? One of the best pieces of workout equipment is your own body. You can get everything done with body weights exercises. Think squats, pushups, sit-ups, and crawls.

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Resilience

Your workout can be its own kind of devotion, a challenge that not only pushes your limits and build strength but leaves you with a sense of accomplishment that keeps other stresses and values in perspective. Positively Purging-I welcome your … Continue reading

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Change It Up

This month, listen to your body and adopt a new eating regimen, it may be challenging not to “go in” on Grandma’s sweet potato pie, but be gentle with yourself and remember to have fun – in moderation. Positively Purging-I … Continue reading

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A Healthy Apporach

Figure out why it’s important to you. Use your values to guide your habit. Losing weight, for example is not a value, it’s an outcome. If you want to exercise more, what are our reflecting? Maybe “caring” is key and … Continue reading

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