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I Was Wrong.

I Was Wrong.

Every now and then I like to take a look back and see how my thoughts have evolved on some topics in the fitness industry. My opinion is that it’s crucial to learn from one’s mistakes to better yourself as a coach and a trainer (or as a person). Looking back now I can say that, yes I was wrong, but at the time I coached my clients as best as I knew. It’s just that opinions change as we…

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“Nothing tastes as good as being fit feels” ….AND OTHER NONSENSE

“Nothing tastes as good as being fit feels” ….AND OTHER NONSENSE

From Joonas: This week’s blog post is the very first guest post on the site. Rebecca Sharp wrote a great piece on her journey through the minefield that is fitness and how she eventually found the middle ground. I think most of us go through the same road of extremes, I know I did… Some of us are lucky enough to realize that there is other things in life than the obsessed quest for a six pack. Enjoy! ——– We’ve all…

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Thoughts on… Part II: Fitness for Life, Busyness and Sticking with It

Thoughts on… Part II: Fitness for Life, Busyness and Sticking with It

So you started working out and might feel like you just don’t have time for it in your busy schedule. The truth is that most of the times when starting a new habit something else might have to give in order to fit something else in. We as human beings have a habit of cramming our life’s full of “stuff” and usually something has to give. And it won’t necessarily be easy to give up.

What Can You Learn From Failing?

What Can You Learn From Failing?

  So you’ve started your new training plan and you are working on the daily habit to improve your life. You’re losing fat, getting stronger and feeling better. Things just seem to fall into the right places. Sure, it’s a bit of an effort to keep up with it all but you can push through. It should get easier eventually, they say.  

Thoughts on Habits, Road and The Destination

Thoughts on Habits, Road and The Destination

It’s a no secret that I like to emphasize clients to work on a one habit at a time to eventually get them to their goals. Sometimes the habit might seem trivial but it’s all about focusing on each step and building a list of successful habits overtime that will align with where you want to get to. It’s all about knowing your destination and adjusting the road as you travel to get there.

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