Mental health

The key factor in exercise compliance

By Andrew on 30 Aug 2018

  100 days ago exactly,I made a commitment to do some sort of strength training every day and I have been 100% compliant with this goal. It’s ranged from just 10 press-ups to full out gym sessions.    So a bit of background to my story. I have a busy lifestyle with family and work pressures so compliance with exercise was becoming an issue despite being an advocate of exercise in my working life. There are justifiable circumstances in my life that lead to this conflict but I still felt I could at least do some sort of exercise but…

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Goals Goals & Goal Attainment

By Andrew on 12 Jul 2018

If I told you that there was a 69% increase in the likelihood of you achieving your goal by employing one thing, I guess you would bite my hand off to find out what that was.   Well, that one thing is………..Accountability. In Gary Keller and Jay Papasan’s amazing book ‘The One Thing’, they discuss the many ways you can achieve a goal fast. But by far the most powerful thing you can do, is to be held accountable to someone.   This can be a friend or a foe and in fact, if you tell a foe that you…

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Multi tasking doesn’t work

By Andrew on 09 Mar 2018

Yes, I said it. It’s a myth and its affecting how you get the fitness results you so desperately want e.g. flat stomach, run for longer, faster, return to sport, recover from injury etc etc   Research into multitasking has been proven to be inefficient (check out the ‘One Thing’ by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan).   In summary:   Multi-tasking / multi-training is a word for those who like to be busy but not productive (I can feel the anger building but please read on). When doing two tasks your pre-frontal cortex will be divided i.e. divided attention &…

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