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The Roadmap for a Successful Weight Loss Journey

1910 World MapObtaining greater health comes through how and what we eat (diet) and how much we move (exercise). Aside from the physical aspects of exercise, the rest of the game, as is much of life, is mental. It may sound obvious but I'll say it anyway – health is both mental and physical; we cannot have one without the other. In order to navigate a successful path to weight loss, or really anything for that matter, we need to improve our mental game

In this post you’re going to get a map to obtaining greater health, both mental and physical. [Read more…]

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Is Your Scale Telling You The Truth?

Photo courtesy of JD Hancock

A-salt-ed by JD HancockWhen I began measuring my weight everyday I began to notice a trend. My family and I would go out to eat at least once over the weekend, and when I weighed myself on Monday, I seemed to have gained a few pounds! This would stress me out to no end, until Tuesday morning when I seemed to lose the extra weight and more. If this is happening to you don't freak out – there's a one-word explanation for it – salt. [Read more…]

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9 Keys to Dieting Without Having Joy Sucked Out of Life

Kids Hate BroccoliOver the past two years I've tried many things to both lose weight and gain muscle. I've tried various diets, tried eating a little bit, tried eating a lot, ate mostly meat, etc. After two years of experimentation here's what's helped me (continue to) lose weight, gain muscle, and enjoy the process. [Read more…]

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Are you hungry for change?

In the past 3 months I have lost almost 10 pounds, most of it within the past few weeks. It's been an interesting ride, and I'm getting closer to my target weight of 160. I want to share with you what's helped me to lose weight, as well as a limited time opportunity to see a great movie that helped me change my attitude toward food. [Read more…]