When most people think about fitness progress, their minds often jump to visual changes – maybe a slimmer waistline, rippling muscles, or a number on the scale. But in an industry and society where the emphasis on physical appearance often… Read More »5 Signs of Fitness Progress That Have Nothing to Do With How You Look
You might have noticed that we don’t have any before and after photos on our social feeds or website. Well, there’s a reason for that. Here’s why… 1. Not everyone want to lose weight or change their physique. Some do, and… Read More »Why You Don’t See Before & Afters
Summer’s not over yet, and if you’re one of the lucky ones with a vacation coming up, you might be stressing about missing your workouts or finding enough room in your luggage to pack your bands, dumbbells, and Tony Little with… Read More »Vacation Workouts: Toot or boot?
Consistency. Cool word, straight-forward concept, and can feel surprisingly hard to create. So how do we do it? Try different things! Who knows what will work for you? Well, you will once you try some things out! Whether that’s scheduling… Read More »Consistency Unleashed! Elevating your fitness journey.
So, you think you have proven habit forming techniques? The answer is: you absolutely do! Our habits are formed through repeated past experiences that get imprinted into our brain. The more you do it, the less you’ll actually have to think… Read More »Use what you know to create new habits
A goal, such as a New Year’s resolution has traditionally been seen as a great way to set goals and make positive changes in one’s life. But for many people, the pressure that we are socialized into to achieve these… Read More »How to Set Realistic & Achievable Goals
If you’re just getting started or getting back into a fitness routine, it might feel like a chore to try and fit in your exercise and stick to it on a regular basis. Here are some tips that can help… Read More »How to create a routine around your fitness
Today, we want you to write down 3 things you’re grateful for and why. December tends to be a month of excess – excessive shopping for gifts and deals; excessive stress over party planning,… Read More »In a season of excess, ground yourself with gratitude