How to deal with (gym) anxiety: Learning to flex your mindset muscle

Your mindset when entering (or re-entering the gym) can be the deciding factor when it comes to whether your gym going habits and “results” are lifelong or fleeting. For many “the gym” rustles up a lot of fears; there’s the fear of failing, the fear of looking silly, the fear of feeling awkward and uncomfortable.Continue reading “How to deal with (gym) anxiety: Learning to flex your mindset muscle”

Why you’re not “too busy” to eat better, how to side-step perfectionist tendencies and finding the “right time” to improve your eating habits.

For a long time I felt thankful I had a neutral attitude towards all foods. I was pleased that I could eat whatever I felt like without the added ‘weight’ of feeling guilty or stressed about it. My actual weight only ever really fluctuated both up and down whenever I was under or overeating dueContinue reading “Why you’re not “too busy” to eat better, how to side-step perfectionist tendencies and finding the “right time” to improve your eating habits.”

Four ways to make the “healthy” option the easy and enjoyable one

The habit series, pt. 2 Exercise within the “bigger picture”: Why enjoying the process is essential to achieving your goals and ensures positive and life-long participation in exercise. With “four ways” to make the ‘healthy’ option the easy and enjoyable one. A Quick recap… If you’ve read part one, you’ll know that “positive experiences reinforceContinue reading “Four ways to make the “healthy” option the easy and enjoyable one”