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Periodization Planner

I would suggest that you start off simple and come up with a weekly exercise plan, but be SMART about it. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Related) It can really help to zone in on what you would like to acheive. Make your weekly training plan specific to your fitness goal, find a way to measure … Continue reading Periodization Planner Continue reading

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The Truth about being a Fitness Professional

Originally posted on #fattieulingadventures:
I’m a fitness coach but I am not the healthiest and fittest out there. Working in the fitness industry, everyone expects us to look absolutely ripped (2% body fat and 8-pack abs and all), and have so much time in our hands (freelance coaches like myself, especially). Not that it’s an… Continue reading

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Unlock the cage with consistent action and habits

Originally posted on Anxious-Ambition.com:
Aristotle said: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” I’m unsure if it’s possible, in words, to describe just how important these words are to me. This philosophy; this belief that skills, thoughts, beliefs, habits, personality even, can be changed/altered/grown (or discarded) with… Continue reading

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Thank You Salesforce…

Originally posted on Sara Has No Limits:
So this was my last week at Salesforce. For over a year, I had a blast working with some of the most talented writers and editors on the Trailhead team. We did some incredible things and it was a bit like riding on the top of a rocket… Continue reading

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Training in Uncertainty

Originally posted on Debora Mary – Blog:
?We are always in transition. If you can just relax with that, you?ll have no problem.? -Chogyam Trungpa By Leo Babauta I?ve been training in uncertainty for a few years now. I realized that the people I coach and teach are just like me: we feel shaky, scared,… Continue reading

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What has injury taught me?

Originally posted on Remarkable Runs:
A friend recently asked me what were my biggest take-aways and lessons from my recovery from the partial tear to my medial collateral ligament (MCL) from about 3 months ago. I spent the next day or so thinking about this and have come up with the following: 1. Patience The… Continue reading

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