With all this talk about making small adjustments, we share some of the small changes we've been doing ourselves: Chase is cutting back sweets. Jon is cutting back second servings at the buffet.
You owe it to yourself to celebrate those small victories. "Winning" at this weight loss stuff involves a lot of self-motivation, but that's such a finite source to tap into. And, it's never going to stick if you're always crapping on yourself. You got to be kind to yourself. You got to keep a track record of your wins.
Do the little slip ups weigh on you more than they should? How can you keep on track in seeing the bigger picture?
Jeremy has changed his entire life over the past three years, both physically and mentally. He's a stronger person. He leads by example. And-- he just completed his 500th workout with AOA Fitness! I hope you can gain something from this story of Jeremy's consistent effort. I've been blessed to know and work with Jeremy … Continue reading Building a Lambo
When you're done lifting, put up your weights.
You can be fancy and use your phone. You can also go low tech and use a notebook. Regardless of which tool you use, be sure to log your lifts. To make progress at the gym, you need to track your progress at the gym.
How Aaron Hall changed it all Meet 2017 Aaron Hall. Everyone say, "Hi Aaron!" Aaron and I had come to know each other some years ago when we both worked out of the same gym. I was a trainer, and Aaron worked as part of the gym staff. Aaron was pretty fit back then having … Continue reading Decking the Halls