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Louder Than Love

Louder Than Love

You’ll always remember where you were when you heard something happening to a person close to you. When the good and the bad happens to friends and family you’ll always remember where you were and who you were with when you heard the news. As most of you know, music is a major part of my life. When someone whose art has impacted me passes, I feel sadness. It’s different form of sadness compared to when someone I personally know dies, but it’s…

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It’s OK to Let Go During Holidays (or any other time)

It’s OK to Let Go During Holidays (or any other time)

Most of us are in the crazy Christmas mode. There’s parties to attend to, a lot of food in offer and a way too much alcohol lying around that is begging to be drank. Oh, that devil’s sweet elixir ruining all your hard work in the gym and asking you to commit unthinkable things at the office Christmas party. All in the name of a baby Jesus.

Men, We Need To Change

Men, We Need To Change

September 8th was the R U OK? Day and September 10th is the World Suicide Prevention Day. The statistics are sad to read and building awareness is important. Let’s do some deep thinking here. Quick search for synonyms for the word “manly” on Thesaurus.com will return words such as “bold”, “heroic” and “self-reliant”. It’s no wonder that the society portraits a typical man as tough and unbreakable. Don’t show your emotions for the risk of getting labelled as “weak”, an antonym…

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How to Reduce Stress and Increase Contentment

How to Reduce Stress and Increase Contentment

Most of us have a tendency to spend at least some parts of our days worrying and stressing about situations that are beyond our control. And while doing so we waste time dwelling in unnecessary negativity that affects our health and how we interact with people around us.

The Value of Play and Mental Deload

The Value of Play and Mental Deload

  What gives me the right to write about ways to improve life? I am 32 years of old and that doesn’t quite qualify me as a “wise old man” with all the answers. Yet I learn as I go and find importance in things. I only write about what I’ve tried. I only write about what works for me or my clients. My end goal still is to help as many people with their health as possible and I believe,…

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Why Most People Struggle with Diet and Training Consistency

Why Most People Struggle with Diet and Training Consistency

Long-term consistency and therefore success with training and diet doesn’t come from willpower. No, consistency happens while marching on a road paved with positive habits that align with your goals, lifestyle and values. But there’s a major factor that doesn’t get talked about enough. It negatively affects all of us, but especially those with type-a personality.

Attitude for Happiness

Attitude for Happiness

Most of us have big aspirations for the future. If you’re like me, you are always looking for the next thing to work on or to get better at. Figuring out how to make your personal life better and how to have more impact in you professional life. Maybe you are in search for happiness and looking for it in perfection. But I think we are doing it wrong because contentment can be found in the attitude you have.

Story of a Recovering Fitness Addict

Story of a Recovering Fitness Addict

There’s a reason why I preach a reasonable approach to health and fitness: I know how it is when life is not in balance. Throughout my twenties, I was obsessed with fitness. I missed out on a lot of awesome stuff because on most occasions I chose the gym when others went to do something else. I combined that with healthy eating taken too far, and it snowballed. When you combine too much, sometimes forced, training with a strict diet,…

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The Art of Slowing Down – Part II

The Art of Slowing Down – Part II

This is the Part II of improving your health and well-being by slowing down. If you missed Part I, I recommend reading it first to give you a bit of context on what this is all about. You can read it in here.

The Art of Slowing Down – Part I

The Art of Slowing Down – Part I

Knowing how to relax is sort of a big deal. Not only because it is immensely important for your mental well-being but it can play a huge part if you struggle gaining ground in your fat loss efforts.