A couple of months ago I made a promise to myself however my original intention in making that promise was quite unfortunate, my uncle had passed.
Most of us want to make some sort of positive change in our life but often don’t know where to begin. Tips, hacks, advice and suggestions – the web is so inundated with them that it can be totally overwhelming. After a lot of investigation we’ve compiled the best five principles to help you define exactly what you want to change and how to make it a reality.
For many of us, creating New Year's resolution is one of the most important tasks to start the year. The process of outlining one's resolution is very motivating as one sees the possibilities of accomplishing many great things. With new perspectives to embrace the New Year, New Year's resolution is indeed a necessary tool that allows us to make the most of the year.
It has almost become inevitable, accepted even, that new years resolutions are destined to fail. There’s never much longevity in them and people are pretty blaze about it when they don’t last. It’s expected really. With ‘goals’ on the other hand, our attitudes are a little bit different. This is why I prefer to set intentions and make goals, not resolutions.
I hope you’re sitting down for this one because today I’m going to pull back the curtain and share with you something that will ensure your fitness results will never be lacking again. It’s quite simple, and yet stands as the truest and most important fitness advice you’ll ever receive…