Finding Accountability for Fitness Motivation

It's important to find someone or something that you're accountable for, to help increase your success rate for workouts. We suggest a person, a partner, or a group which could be in person or online. These will all help with accountability when it comes to getting your workout in. We also suggest working out first thing in the morning which will help increase your workout success rate because there is less excuses in the evening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBnv1VZlJUo
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Finding Motivation to Workout

https://youtu.be/7AkhK82F6xY Look what I found!!! A way to progress from a ring handstand with my arms already straight. It's the pushing up that's the real challenge. *it's important to find ways to slowly progress no matter what it is that you're doing. At any rate I wanted to share this with you which may come as a shock. The truth is, I don't know if I love to workout. Yes seriously. Someone asked me not too long ago if I liked to workout and once I thought about it, my answer wa...
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TTR #27: Corona Virus and Running

It's a challenging time for many runners. With running groups being canceled, races and organized runs all be postponed for the foreseeable future, what do runners run for? How do they stay motivated and what's to come? In this show I offer some tips and suggestions on what we can do. How we can stay on track. Seeing goals, working together, being part of the solution instead of part of the problem.
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TTR #13: Accepting a life changing challenge

Brian Cerier lives in Torrance with his wife, Kelly, and dog, Zoey. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Brian made the move across the country after graduating from college and started working as a systems engineer in the Aerospace industry. Since moving out to the South Bay he started working in security engineering and will soon be starting a new position at a tech startup in El Segundo. Brian decided to start running when the best man in his wedding challenged their close group ...
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Transformations Through Running Trailer

This trailer is a short snippet of what Transformations Through Running is all about. We'll interview a new guest each week and learn how running has helped transform their life. You don't have to be a running to listen to this show though. Maybe you're looking for some encouragement, a boost of energy, some motivation or inspiration. We hope that one or two of our episodes might help offer some change in your life for the better.
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Inspiration from Cindy Gale

I LOVE this picture of Cindy Gale rockin the water skis. I've been working with Cindy for quite some time and she always finds a way to push herself. We've talked about water skiing goals, health and fitness goals and her passion to continue to push forward regardless or any limitation or rather the thought of a limitation.   -I'd say more times than not we have reasons why we 'can't' (which is a mind set) instead of reasons why we can. - Drew Taddia Cindy is one of those Members that ...
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10 Tips to Instantly Increase Fitness Motivation

Finding motivation is always a hot topic which is why I wanted to offer you 10 Tips to Instantly Increase Fitness Motivation. The truth is, motivation isn't always present which is why it's so important to ride the wave of motivation when it is there. In this post I'm going go over 10 tips to increase your motivation today! All you have to do is take action. It's easy to think about it, even talk about it, but putting these tips into action is the real challenge and will be exactly where ...
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Inspiration from your Environment

Often I feel like I’m surrounded by inspiration, I really do. Which is why I believe you can get inspiration from your environment. The other night I was at the gym and it was packed in there, I know this sounds odd given my profession but I don’t love being in a gym (which is in part why I started online coaching). But I looked around and so many people  where working hard, sweating and doing all kinds of different exercises. So I thought, there’s plenty of other ‘less than positive’ places I c...
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