Selling Bull Shit Happily Ever Afters… No, it isn’t as easy as calories in and calories out. No, training for a single race will not improve your long term fitness and health. No, a magic 45 day fitness program will not undo twenty years of poor choices. No, going Vegan won’t solve all your healthContinue reading “Selling Happily Ever Afters…”
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Does the moon get lonely?
Traveling alone is one of the greatest experiences I’ve ever had the opportunity to do. Over 25k miles across the United States in the past year… through the backroads and big cities to see the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets from lighthouses, beaches, colorful waters, the highest mountains, and everywhere in between. It is rareContinue reading “Does the moon get lonely?”
Take the Detour…
Detours… We have access to the most precise technology ever imagined. We plan our day, our travel, our everything based on the little device we hold in our had. We know EXACTLY where we are going, what the weather will be, how to get there, and even what the distance and time will be fromContinue reading “Take the Detour…”
What’s your best 1st step forward?
So how do I get started? Here’s my advice for taking the first step toward better fitness and health. What’s your “WHY”? What do you REALLY want out of this? Do you want to be healthy, lose some weight or look great in a Speedo? Or do you want to have the energy to play withContinue reading “What’s your best 1st step forward?”
Slow down? Really Gary? That’s your advice for me?… I thought you were here to help me do more, get more, accomplish more?… What kind of advice is SLOW DOWN? Slow down… Just for a few minutes, slow down. Even better, slow down and give yourself some positive focused attention… for just a moment. WhenContinue reading “Slow Down…”
Consistent Daily Discipline
“Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” Jim Rohn If there is one idea that separates winning from losing, it is the discipline of daily personal development. I spend several hours a week improving myself mentally. Reading books and articles, listening to speakers, presentations, podcasts and anything else I can get myContinue reading “Consistent Daily Discipline”