Have you ever felt sluggish a few hours after your morning coffee wears off? Has excessive caffeine consumption ever affected your sleep? On the flip side, does caffeine help you kick more butt on those powerlifting and endurance days, or …
For fitness industry professionals, building a following through social media is a great way to attract new clients, grow your brand, and keep current clients and your community engaged. With more users than Facebook, Instagram is now the fastest growing …
On October 10, 2010, Ashley McCumber walked into DIAKADI as a smoker (pack and a half a day) in a size 54 jacket and size 46 pants. He listed on his goal sheet that he wanted to “Change his life and be known as the ‘Healthy Guy’.” Today, he is not only a ‘Healthy Guy,’ but he is an athlete, walking around in a size 42 jacket and 31 pants, carrying over 90 pounds less with him! To get a true sense of this loss, go into the gym and pick up a couple of 45 lb plates or dumbbells and walk once around the gym with them. Trust me, it is not an easy thing.
This is an archived post that we have decided to re-post because of Pooja’s great advice for branding your business.
Pooja Dang is a Life Coach that specializes in helping people find and live their AWESOME. She offers one-on-one coaching …
We have made it! Day 12 is here with some of the most important advice of all on setting achievable goals and successful New Year’s resolutions.
First a couple of questions. Looking into next year and the years ahead, do you know when you want to retire? When you look in the mirror now describe the person you see. Are you happy with that person? In your sex life, what do you wish there was more of? Less of? What 3 things would you like to achieve 1 year from now? In 5 years? 10 years?
What activity makes you happier and leaves you feeling more balanced and fulfilled than anything else in the world? I am talking about something that makes you smile with contentment and actually energizes you, often for a few days following it.
Ideally think about something that you can do near your own hometown so that you have the ability and chance to participate in this activity on a frequent basis.