Showing up for ourselves is important in becoming fit. But what happens when we show up for each other at the gym? Here’s how a sense of community can affect your fitness, no matter what coast you live on.
The ads say you can eat the whole pint of ice cream and still be ready for your close-up. But is that right for everyone? Shouldn’t we be taking a closer look for the sake of our health and hotness?
When you feel like all the news is bad, can you go to the gym and then feel better? What if you reversed it and took your gym smarts out into the world and it changed everything? Staci Jackson is definitely on to something here, with an added pro tip on how to use this month’s classes as a lens for getting 1% better in life.
If there were four simple concepts to get you through your fitness journey and help you live your #bestlife, what would they be? Tim Landicho talked to our Ninjas and learned the top pearls of wisdom to keep us hot and happy, inside the gym and out.
One moment you’re on top of the world, moving towards your goals, cutting through tasks with ninja-like speed and accuracy. And the next thing you know, you’re not. Here are 5 tips to return you to your fiercest goal-crushing ways.
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.
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.
Strength training is a mirror for our minds as much as it’s a method for building our muscles. And we rarely talk about the increased confidence and self-efficacy that comes with making our physical bodies stronger. Let’s get metaphysical, shall we?!