Friday’s “People Like You” Podcast: Gannon Brown (Episode #31)

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This Episode is especially for you if you:

  • have bad habits,
  • struggle with consistency,
  • have a constant busy schedule,
  • are tired of making excuses

 

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A SPECIAL THANKS: To Gannon for coming on and sharing about how he sustains a healthy environment!

Fitness Opinion

Fitness Opinion discusses my opinion on if working out in shorts at the gym is necessary for a good workout. Turns out that I tend to have a bit of a contrarian unpopular fitness opinion on this one. Leave a comment below on whether or not you agree or disagree on this fitness opinion!

Healthy Habits For Weight Loss

Healthy Habits For Weight Loss starts with one small mini habit at a time. Today’s video covers the importance of taking healthy habits towards your fitness goals, particularly with healthy habits for weight loss. Reach your fitness goals by building upon mini healthy habits!

 

Read more about Mini Habits here!: https://dailyfitboost.com/mini-habits/

(Part.2) Friday’s “People Like You” Podcast: Kailey Lockwood (Ep. #8)

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This Episode is especially for you if you:

  • have a busy “work-life” schedule but want to stay fit,
  • are a mom,
  • are interested in learning about different benefits of fruits and veggies,
  • want to know more about the physical benefits of “juicing” and fasting

 

 

 

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A SPECIAL THANKS: To Kailey for coming on and sharing how she balances her fitness regimen with being a mom and having a busy work schedule!

(Part.1) Friday’s “People Like You” Podcast: Kailey Lockwood (Ep. #8)

Or Listen/Download:

 

 

 

This Episode is especially for you if you:

  • have a busy “work-life” schedule but want to stay fit,
  • are a mom,
  • are interested in learning about different benefits of fruits and veggies,
  • want to know more about the physical benefits of “juicing” and fasting

 

 

 

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A SPECIAL THANKS: To Kailey for coming on and sharing how she balances her fitness regimen with being a mom and having a busy work schedule!

How To Start Working Out For The First Time

How to start working out for the first time is the starting point for anyone who’s ever exercised – you’re not alone! Today’s video goes over 5 simple steps on how to start working out for the first time!

 

Related Articles:
“Why Exercise?”

 

“It’s Not Too Late!”

 

“What’s Your Reason?”

 

“What Do You Wanna Get Out of this Exercise Journey?”

 

Fitness Beginner? Start HERE!

(Part.2) Friday’s “People Like You” Podcast: Maria Lopez (Ep. #2)

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This episode is especially for you if you:

  • have been through life-changing hardships,
  • are addicted to the gym,
  • tired of making excuses,
  • want to start but don’t know where

 

 

 

 

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A SPECIAL THANKS: To Maria for opening up about past struggles and sharing helpful tips that have helped along her fitness journey!

(Part.1) Friday’s “People Like You” Podcast: Maria Lopez (Ep. #2)

Or Listen/Download:

 

 

 

This episode is especially for you if you:

  • have been through life-changing hardships,
  • are addicted to the gym,
  • tired of making excuses,
  • want to start but don’t know where

 

 

 

 

(Audio Only Time Stamp):

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A SPECIAL THANKS: To Maria for opening up about past struggles and sharing helpful tips that have helped along her fitness journey!

Better Late Than Never (#26)

“One year from now you’re gonna wish you started a year ago.” -anonymous


This quote is something that I keep in the back of my mind whenever I feel like “the ship has already sailed”. The reason it’s difficult to begin a task after taking time off is often because we start considering where we could or should be. The alternative to this, of course, is to focus on where we’re currently at.

 

In workout consistency, I discussed how it took me a long time to finally begin playing the guitar consistently. Initially, I had every intention of playing my guitar every day and getting really good at it. However, the “busyness of life” took over and before I knew it five years had passed without me knowing how to play much of anything at all! At that point I could have thrown in the towel, chalked it up as “wasn’t meant to be”, and just sold my guitar. But instead I recognized that in five more years from now I’ll have yet another opportunity to gain back that same five years of experience.

 

The key takeaway here is to… [*wait for it*]GET STARTED NOW!

 

What are some improvement areas in your health and fitness that are “better late than never”? A 5k run? A meal prep plan? A lean body? Perhaps taking the first step means starting a new gym membership.

 

One of the things that keeps us feeling youthful and vigorous is keeping an optimistic outlook towards the future. In life, when we tell ourselves that it’s “better late than never” we give ourselves another opportunity to make things right. We know that we prioritize the things most important to us, so why not take advantage of time management strategies like Mini-Habits to get started? 🙂

 

Those of you who truly want this will have no problem getting started TODAY!

Trust me, your future-self will thank you 😉

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Focus on where you’re currently at (today), rather than where you “should or would” be
  • Starting “late” rather than never
  • We will always be able to make time for things that are important to us
  • A year from now you’ll be grateful you started a year ago