Forces internal and external will trip you up — here’s how AbsoluteFIT can help. So the last post was about success — this one’s about, well, not failure exactly, but some things that can get in our way, and what we can do about them. Here are some of my recent examples: Illness. I was... Continue Reading →
Although every body and every lifestyle is different, some of these may work for you. You can read more of Lydia's posts here. Not every health change is visible to other people, and all progress is good, but my progress over the last year — in which I’ve lost nearly 25 pounds — is... Continue Reading →
It’s the nutrition, you guys. Check out this comparison photo — me today (1/2/2018), vs. me a year ago (1/12/2017). I started the AbsoluteFit Challenge 2.0 last March, and as I mentioned here — several times — the hardest part of it for me was the eating. I didn’t want to change my habits, I... Continue Reading →
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When I talk about AbsoluteFIT — which I do, a lot, heh — people always ask about results, and how soon they can expect to see them...
Do you ever find yourself silently rooting yourself on before a challenge or workout? If not, you should! Here's some surprising insight into why talking to yourself can be a powerful motivator! via - Furthermore | Equinox.com GET COMPETITION-READY BY USING THE THIRD PERSON THE SCIENCE Before or during competition, one of performance psychology’s most... Continue Reading →
via Lydia M., AbsoluteFIT blogger @ AVAC® AbsoluteFIT is for all ages — let my young friend Allie tell you all about her experience! Allie is one of the younger ones I see in the AbsoluteFIT sessions I attend, so I thought I’d ask her about her AbsoluteFIT experience. 1) Why did you decide to... Continue Reading →
A recent Bikini Bod Squad participant shares her thoughts about the Program and instructor, Shannon Larsen. . . Discover more about the Bikini Bod Squad Read about Shannon Larsen, CPT http://www.avac.us