Welcome back to Be The Better You! Week 3 focuses on creating a plan and establishing standards for yourself. If you completed Week 2’s assignment, you spent a lot of time developing and making your goal specific. This week builds off of that lesson by teaching you how to create a plan to succeed that goal, focusing on the specifics of what to include in your plan, setting standards for yourself, and and assignment to pull it all together….
Now that we’ve determined your why, it’s time to create some goals for yourself. These goals are a reflection of the “why” you discovered in the assignment from Week 1. However, it’s important to understand that some goals are more powerful than others. This lesson covers the following in order to help you create powerful, effective fitness goals: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Goals, Connecting your goals to your why, and SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, & Time-bound)
Man Flow Yoga is seeking a marketing intern who wants to learn how to operate the marketing side of a successful eCommerce business. This is an opportunity to learn while doing. Through this internship, you can expect to: Tasks include: We are looking for a specific type of person to join our team, that should … Read More
Announcing… The Man Flow Yoga Squat Challenge! Every day from Monday, January 8 through Friday, February 2, join me for a new squat variation so you can: Improve your hip strength and mobility Build core strength and strengthen your back Improve ankle mobility Learn squat variations for more diverse routines. Increase functional fitness for daily activity … Read More
Here is lesson 1 of the Be The Better You Program: Finding your motivation; uncovering your why. It’s time Figure out your real reason for wanting to be healthier. This motivation is a source of energy that helps you overcome fatigue, lack of willpower, or a bad day. It’s the personal trainer standing next to you telling you to do one more rep. It’s your own version of a pre-workout or caffeine. But in order for it to work, you’re going to have to be honest with yourself, and you’ll need to dig deep to get the real answer.
In case you’re wondering, I did break my rib recently and I have been learning much about myself as a result. Fortunately, I have read and talked about turning setbacks into opportunities enough by now that it only took me a few days for me to look at this injury as an opportunity – which I think is pretty awesome. But I want to make it valuable for you, too – so here’s the most important thing I learned, and how I think this knowledge can benefit you.