There is something extremely healing about repeating a word or a phrase over and over until the deeper meaning of it begins to sink into your mind and settle into your soul. This is why so many individuals use mantras for relieving stress and anxiety.
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Years ago, Mark Twain said that “Comparison is the death of joy.” More often than not, we find ourselves looking to others for inspiration, and I think that’s great. It’s great that we can support one another and motivate one another, but what’s not great is when that motivation turns into comparison.
Music is an extremely powerful form of art. That is why it is no surprise that so many of us, myself included, cannot complete a single workout without a pair of headphones. There is nothing like blasting your favorite song and waiting for the perfect moment, right when the beat drops, to push through your final set.
We’ve all been there: you begin a new training program and for the first three to six months you are seeing tons of progress and improvements. Then, after a while you stop progressing and feel like you are stuck in the same place even though you are still following that same routine that once gave you such great results.
It’s 2017 and for some reason people still assume that 1200 is some sort of magical number when it comes to calories. We have somehow been convinced that if we want to lose weight, regardless of our body shape, height, age or any other medical and personal factors that may have an effect on our weight, eating 1200 calories a day will get us there.
There’s more to building the booty than squats and glute kickbacks. There’s also more to it than just working the glutes. Don’t forget about the hamstrings as well! They’re a vital part to building strength and the shape of your posterior side.