You started off fully charged and fueled by intense motivation for results. But eventually, the routine got old, and even though you still wanted results, your eagerness faded. Here’s 3 tips to help you stay the course when you’re just not feelin’ it.
With so much information out there about strength training, how do you know what’s real and what’s #fakenews? In the second of our two-part series, super trainer Robbie Farlow will help you set the record straight.
The fear of losing love and acceptance from your friends or family is a classic form of self-sabotage that gets right to the root of our most primal instincts to fit in, to be validated and to seek love. So, how can we step out of our own way?
Wondering if that new strength program you read about will really work? There’s so much information out there about strength training, how do you separate fact from fiction? In this two-part series, super trainer and King of Gingers Robbie Farlow sets the record straight.
“I knew in 2014 that MFF was going to be a life changer. I couldn’t have ever imagined the actual journey, but where I am now is definitely the type of magical result only created within this community of unicorns.”
There’s so much advice out there on how to get back to the gym, how to get your mind and body ready to get into the fitness game. But today is Mother’s Day. How can being a mom prepare you for a fitness journey?
You are working out for your basic goals: you want more muscle and less fat. How do you make that happen? We got your back! Let’s talk about the answers to three of the most popular questions and get you on that road to fat loss!
There comes a point in every relationship where a conversation needs to take place about what happens next. If you’ve been feeling like you’re stuck in the same spot with your fitness life, it’s time for a warm yet candid #DTR about where to go next.
When it comes to the quality of your movement, flexibility matters. But what if you have a limited range of motion or you feel like the stretches you’re doing aren’t working at all? Dr. Ting’s got you covered!
Feelings of shame, humiliation, and negativity more often than not make a person more likely to give up on the very behavioral changes they were trying to get motivated to do. Let’s break down why so many people rely on these tactics, and what you can do right now to reverse the trend.