Are you tired of fad diets that promise miracle results but never deliver? Welcome to the club. Too many of us turn to diet pills, detoxes, and juice cleanses for fast and easy weight loss results without ever seeing lasting change.
As you may know, I've struggled with weight most of my life — and for a long time I felt alone in my journey. But all that changed when I started working at Anytime Fitness. I shared with you my story, and you've been open and honest with me about yours. And together, we've been a great support system for one another.
Body acceptance is a topic that is multi-faceted; it simply cannot be covered in one article. There are an overwhelming number of variables, whether environmental, psychological, sociological, cultural, etc. that come up when speaking about this issue. And one of the most controversial influences is that of media.
There comes a time in a person’s life when they strive to be better. Or, at least I hope this is the case. Enrichment can come in many forms, from promising to call your mother more often, to taking up meditation, or finally learning to play the guitar that’s been sitting in your room for the last three years.
The goal I’ve set for myself is a biggie… I want to save my life.
Six months ago, personal fitness trainer and all-around health enthusiast, Drew Manning made a life-changing decision to go from "fit to fat, back to fit again." The unusual mission would require Drew to stop exercising completely and go on an unrestricted diet until he reached an unhealthy level of obesity. Once he achieved this, he would spend the next six months getting back in shape. Sounds crazy, right? Why would a self-proclaimed fitness addict put his body through such an ordeal?
I bet just about everyone is worried about gaining weight after over-eating at their big holiday meal. Jamie Oliver would consider over-eating a no-no! Here is a simple way to avoid that without changing one recipe or skipping dessert. Yes, it is possible.
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