Fitness Procrastination Wins Again, 5 Weeks and 40 Pounds to Go

It was my goal to be able to dress up as a superhero by this Halloween using my own body to provide the cool muscular appearance. But alas, fitness procrastination wins again. While I might not be able to look amazing after lathering myself up with liquid latex, that’s not going to stop me from at least trying to hit my goal. But is it worth the effort? Yes.

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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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How to Prevent Your Disappointment In Fitness

One of the biggest problems many people face when trying to lose weight is disappointment. Whether it’s the lack of immediate results or a lack of conviction, it can be difficult to stay on track. I am one of those people. There are often times when I get in the “to hell with it” frame of mind. Once you convince yourself of failing, it can be incredibly difficult to change your views. The best course of action is prevent disappointment from controlling your life in the first place.

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Using the Exercise Website to Stay Motivated

Exercise.com is one of my go-to websites for various workouts and exercises. It has a huge database with several thousand ways that can help you get into shape. One of the biggest reasons why I like using the site is because of the point system. These points are accumulated through your activities and pitted against everyone else on the site. So, how do you use Exercise.com to stay motivated for fitness?

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