Stress and Anxiety

How Stress Affects Fat Loss (and How to Not Let It)

You probably have all the nutrition related information you could ever need to lose fat. You already know that to lose fat you should eat less of that and more of this. Often the question is not what to do to lose fat, but how to stick to doing what […]

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Noticing

The purpose of training our body at the gym is not to become better at training at the gym. No, we train so we can live a better, more fulfilling life outside of that space of bright lights and soulless pop music. Similarly, the reason for meditating is not just […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Quest for More Clarity

When I penned the first words for this post few months back I was struggling with clarity (more than usually, that is). But not necessarily in a way of “what’s the meaning of life?” or “who is Jon Snow’s father?”– kind of level. No, rather that my mind was just […]

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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” […]

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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.

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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.

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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.

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Disconnect and De-Stress

Today’s world is a hectic place to be in. We work long hours, have tight deadlines to meet and people (both good and bad) to please. With all the technology available today, hitting us with it’s sharp reach-ability it’s rare that we can just come home, put our feet up and […]

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Stop Killing Yourself!

Most of us are privileged enough to have given this functioning and amazing piece of “machinery” at birth called the body. (Yeah, I know none of us is born without a body, smart ass. Read along, it makes sense.) We should be grateful that we are able to move and […]

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