About a year ago, I realized that my mirror made me feel a little bit bad. So I did something about it. Here are 3 steps you can take to cultivate a positive body image of self-love in your home!
Strategy can be a really great tool, but will not determine our success. We do. And most of us don’t really know that our unconscious mind, conditioning, and past pain are actually driving 90% of what we do.
Ever feel hijacked by your own self-sabotage? There’s a good reason why most people don’t ever really overcome their internal sabotage. The answer may surprise you.
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?
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?
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.
Having negative thoughts about yourself is more common than you think. And while being aware of your imperfections and shortcomings can be helpful, spending too much time on them can sap your energy and take a huge toll on your self-esteem. Here’s how to break the cycle.
What if you could go after what you really want in life and get it all while having gum-chomping fun along the way? Life coach and Broadway diva Kyle Post spills the real tea on how!
Gratitude has been proven to boost our overall health as well as our emotional well-being. So what keeps us from practicing it on a more regular basis?
True strength comes from the people who surround you. MFF trainer Michael Littig discovered this and two other lessons in an incredibly powerful way when he summited Kilimanjaro with three inspiring members of the Ninja Army.