Monday, January 15, 2018
Daily Thought 2018
 
The Ritual of Exercise
Studies continually show productivity gains in the workplace outweigh the time spent exercising, we function better in all aspects of life when we are fit. When life gets so busy, you cannot afford NOT to exercise, so rely on structure more than motivation. You HAVE to get up and go to work every day, your new thought should be “You HAVE to exercise to be able to function at a high level at work every day.” On days when you just don’t seem to have the energy to workout rely on the ritual of regular exercise, just like the other rituals you have set up in your life, and it will take over. Are the rituals you have set up in your life leading to a longer life or a shorter, illness ridden life, it’s your choice. Just show up and begin to create the ritual of exercise, the payoff will astound you, just look around at the people who do exercise, and the people who don’t, it will be obvious.

Read More…Taking Action: The Power of Positive Rituals

Martin Luther King changed the world because he believed he could.
 
“Every man must decide whether he will walk in the creative light of altruism or the darkness of destructive selfishness. This is the judgment. Life’s persistent and most urgent question is what are you doing for others?” Martin Luther King, Jr.

Polar Smart Coaching Training Tip: Structure Your Fitness Plan
Cardiovascular Training for Energy?
Typical protocol for cardio training is 20-30 minutes 3 to 5 times per week (1,500 calories), as recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine. Recently a joint study by Harvard and Columbia University found that a series of short doses of intense aerobic activity–each one 60 seconds or less–followed by complete aerobic recovery, had a profound, positive impact on participants. In a period of 8 weeks, subjects showed significant improvement in cardiovascular fitness, heart rate variability, and mood. Add short intense intervals to your regular cardio training to increase your results without adding more time to your training plan.
 
Read more…Cardio Strategy Brief

Spartan SGX Training Tip: Workout of the Day (WOD) Strength Workout
The right attitude is powerful, venture forth into the week focusing on building strength. Today’s workout focuses on building strength with burpees, Pull Ups, Box Jumps, Squats, Lunges, Plank for CORE and Wall Sits. Check today’s full Spartan WOD here.

Beachbody Nutrition Tip: Toss the Junk
Now would be a good time to get rid of all the junk food currently in your possession. Foods high in saturated and trans fats, sodium, and sugar should be the first things you throw out (e.g., cookies, pastries, candy, processed meats, potato chips, soda, high-sodium frozen foods, canned soups, etc.). You know them. You think you love them. They’re the problem. Throw them away, and don’t let anyone give you more. Don’t be nice. Don’t take a bite. Say, “Thanks, but I’m not eating that kind of stuff for 90 days.” And by the way, congratulations! You’re taking this program seriously, and just remember—if you think it’s junk food, it probably is. Yes throw it away, or give it to charity food bank if you can.

Read more…P90X Nutrition Guide

“In simplest terms, a leader is one who knows where he wants to go, and gets up, and goes.” John Erskine

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