The Elephant and the rope

Most people fail before they’ve even started. Previous negative experiences with dieting makes them believe that any attempt in the future is going to have the same outcome. And this tends to be the case, but not because they aren’t capable, far from it, but because they use the same methods and have the same mentality that have had in the past.

The secret? You have to set yourself up to win from the start. When people go on a health kick they tend to go full throttle and end up burning themselves out sooner rather than later. Continue reading The Elephant and the rope

The Ultimate top 10 Fitness Bucket List Challenges

A couple of years ago, when I was working as a gym instructor and doing the occasional PT sessions, I would always ask the same question

What is your goal?

And I always got the same answer

“I want to be fitter”

this would often be followed by

“and to tone up” but let’s not go down that rabbit hole

Saying you’re going to the gym to get fitter is like saying you want to get a job so you can work for a living…it’s redundant.

When setting goals, you want them to be specific to you or at least measurable so you can know if you are progressing week on week and month on month.

But if you’re still struggling to think of what your goal really is, here are ten suggestions from my Fitness Bucket List
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How a Bodybuilder fell in love with Crossfit

I love bodybuilding, ever since I picked up my first barbell at the age of sixteen and did my first bicep curl. I’ve continued bodybuilding up to the age of 25 and through this time it has giving me some great opportunities such as meeting Greg Plitt and helped me through some tough and stressful times. I owe a lot to bodybuilding, far more than just an improved physique, and I will always do it.

However, I’ve discovered a new form of training, one that I just might enjoy even more…CrossFit. Continue reading How a Bodybuilder fell in love with Crossfit