How to drop the ‘should’ in exercise

If we know we should exercise, why do we struggle with it? The answer is complex, but as I said in my last blog series there is one word in that statement that changes everything. ‘Should’ makes exercise an externally-imposed activity with future results. Why does...

How goal setting can drain exercise motivation

Have you ever wondered why movies like Rocky, Karate Kid, A league of Their Own and Field of Dreams are timelessly popular? Why sporting events draw huge crowds and TV ratings?   We do love a good story about pushing the mind and body to it’s limit, overcoming...

Why you cannot fail at REAL exercise

Have you ever felt like every time you try to exercise your body or your schedule get in the way? If you feel like you can’t exercise right now, rest assured, it’s not you! It very well could be how you think about exercise. Learn the real definition of...

Thinking you are not an exerciser? Think again!

Over the years, I have met many people who say they “have never been an exerciser”. It always fascinates me. What do they believe it means to be an exerciser? What happened along the way to tell them they are not part of that group of people? Who told them...