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DB04 by DIAKADI fitness. performance. life | February 1, 2015

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Top 5 Habits to Embrace this Year

January 21, 2015 |

Bad habits are difficult to break. Let 2015 be the year that you conquer your goals and live the life that’s best for you! Don’t think for one second we are about to begin the new year by emphasizing only … Read More

Life Changing: The Secret to Losing 90lbs

January 14, 2015 | 1

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.

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What is Your Brand? Not Sure? Here’s How to Figure it Out

January 9, 2015 |

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 … Read More

Day 12: When the Clock Strikes Midnight: Successfully Setting and Reaching Your New Year’s Goals

January 5, 2015 |

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?

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Day 11: Start the New Year Off with a Bang Not a Bust: Do What You Love this New Year’s

January 4, 2015 |

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.

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Day 10: The Holiday Hustle: Getting Off the Couch and Out of the House for the Big Day

January 3, 2015 |

If you are like me, you tend to over eat the most when (1) you are sitting around bored and hanging out at home and (2) when a spread of sugary and/or savory deliciousness is laid out in front of you in the ultimate foodie’s buffet just ready for the grazing! Put these 2 together and you have the definition of Christmas Day for many of us. Add a little spiked egg nog into the equation to blur your judgement and you will be eating until the cows come home…literally.

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Day 9: Silent Night: How to Stay Rested Throughout the Holidays

January 2, 2015 |

For many of us, the holidays signal a time to relax, take time off work, and spend time with family and friends. While this is always a welcome change, it also disrupts our normal schedule. Many of us are in different time zones suffering from jet lag, while others stay up way past our typical bedtimes so that we can reconnect with old friends. What do we do to combat this change in our circadian rhythms?  And why is sleep so important?

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Day 8: The DIAKADI Destination Workout: Anytime, Anywhere, No Equipment Necessary

January 1, 2015 |

At DIAKADI, the heart of our mission is that no workout should be generic, since no specific workout would be ideal, safe and efficient for everyone.

So when we were asked to create the ultimate destination workout we knew that it had to adhere to the following 3 rules:

  1. The workout must be completely unreliant on equipment
  2.  Clients must be able to complete the workout in even the smallest of spaces (ie. A New York Hotel room)
  3. Above all, the form instruction for each exercise must be clear for clients, with clear progression and regression options so that people of all levels, backgrounds and goals would be able to adapt the exercise programs to match their individual needs

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