How to Challenge Yourself to Get Into Shape…and Succeed

In reality, your strongest opposition to being healthy is yourself. You can make excuses why you can’t exercise, but it all boils down to not having the motivation do get into shape. There’s always something you can do that benefits your life. All you need is a way to challenge yourself.

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Why You Should Never Cheat in Health Tracking Apps

A lot of people cheat at games to make themselves feel exceptional. No one likes to lose, and some just cannot handle the thought of being “bad” at something. This is also evident in fitness apps that promote a social element. While cheating may look good on a smartphone, it doesn’t do anything for your health.

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How to Adapt to Anxiety Attacks

Living with anxiety can be quite problematic. However, it doesn’t always have to be viewed as a bad thing. In many cases, it’s related to our “fight or flight” impulse. It’s when you find yourself in an anxious state for long periods of time and quite frequent when it can cause health issues. What can you do when your adrenaline simply won’t stop pumping?

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How Fitness and Healthy Eating Are Good for the Environment

A lot of people are jumping on the health and fitness bandwagon. Whether it’s to look good in a bikini or simply to live a longer life, exercise and eating better is becoming more widespread. But did you ever think how it could impact the environment? Yes, being health helps the fitness of Earth as well.

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How to Boost Your Confidence with Micro Goals

Confidence can be a powerful tool in any situation. Whether you’re trying to lose weight or want to excel at your career, it’s all about how you feel about yourself. Unfortunately, many of us have problems developing that sense of confidence. I know I still battle with it for certain things in my life. However, I’ve been slowly reclaiming it through micro goals. Here is how these work.

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6 Ways to Be a Champion of Health for Yourself

A lot of people are driven to health and fitness because of the influence of others. In the grand scheme of things, it shouldn’t really matter what other people think. Being healthy and fit is a way to increase your chances of a longer life. That should be reason enough to focus on eating better and getting more activity. Here are several ways you can be a champion of health for yourself.

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Staying Healthy When You’re Always Behind Schedule

Some of us don’t have the luxury of time to put into certain extracurricular activities. However, keeping healthy should be on the top of everyone’s list. It doesn’t matter what kind of a schedule you keep, it’s literally a matter of life and death. Sure, you probably won’t drop dead today from being obese. But it does take it’s toll on your body while shortening your lifespan. So, what can you do to extend your life when time isn’t on your side?

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The Real Cost for Quickly Losing Weight

I’ve seen a lot of products from a lot of advertisements over the years. Each will provide amazing statistics about how many calories can be burnt or what kind of foods you can buy through the mail. While many of them do have a basis in reality for quickly losing weight, it may be an unnecessary expense. You see, it’s actually fairly cheap to slim down and become healthier. In fact, a lot of people will actually save money in the long run.

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Get Healthy: Making 2017 A Banner Year for Yourself

Let’s face it, 2016 ended poorly for a lot of people around the world. Whether it was from personal or social issues, many will say that 2016 was probably the worst year ever. Even my own struggles to get healthy ended badly. But, that doesn’t mean that we have to remain in this funk that keeps us stuck. I’m not really a fan of setting traditional New Year’s resolutions, but perhaps we can focus on a way to feel better about ourselves for the future.

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