Monthly Archive for June, 2013

Avoiding Fitness Overload

Find out what a Lexington KY Personal Training client, Adolf Hitler, and possibly YOU have in common…   Slow Change   The more Personal Training I do, the more I realize how important it is to change slowly. Simply making one improvement to your diet or exercise program can give you great results without breaking […]

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Embrace Change

Change is good, but in my opinion it is also very difficult to instigate. Man’s (or woman’s) tendency is to continue to do the same thing over and over as long as it’s working. Forget optimization. Forget freedom. Forget progress.   I’ve been the same way for the last few years – sticking with the […]

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Recalibrating Your Taste Buds

  When recalibration is discussed, it’s usually in regards to some sort of machinery or clockworks. Sometimes weapons are recalibrated, so are sales strategies or investments.   I would guess that you’ve never spoken of recalibration in regards to your nutrition and exercise habits…but you should. The reason you should is because the society you […]

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A Ride Through History

“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.” –Hippocrates, 400 B.C.   Exercise began long, long ago (as you can see from the quote above). Many great philosophers – Hippocrates, Corneleus Celsus, and Galen […]

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Mastering Your Mind

When it comes to fitness, most of your success will come from mastering your mind. What do I mean by that?   Well let’s take the CE-Fitness Triad as an example. Let me explain. In my business I have something called the CE-Fitness Triad. Imagine a triangle – at the top of this triangle is […]

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