Tue, 29 April 2014
Today's podcast is another "book" review/rant about facing your fears.
It was actually a tough podcast because Dan and I got into big ideas and we actually struggled to get them into action steps you can use.
I think the reason is we fail constantly at this even though we seem to try in sperts to improve.
Facing fears and moving forward.
It's a skill you will always need in life, in health, family, business, you name it.
I hope you get some little piece of gold out of this that can help you.
Tue, 22 April 2014
In this episode of What The Fitness, Dan and I talk about a book Dan recently read called The Motivation Hacker.
It's all about success and keeping yourself up so you can hit your goals and do so as quickly as you can.
This is not your typical goal talk... these are new fresh ideas like:
The Motivation Equation. It's an equation that can help you evaluate anything you're doing in life and figure out how to approach it with more motivation.
How you can use success spirals to create small goals that not only help you hit succeed faster, but help you practically eliminate failure.
How you can tackle big goals like weight loss from a direction that gets you so pumped up you'll be 100x more likely to succeed.
Plus a lot more.
This was a great book. It was a fast read and the ideas are really helpful for more than just fitness and nutrition.
Wed, 9 April 2014
I am so excited to bring a great conversation with Dilia Suriel the author of The Thin Woman's Brain: Re-Writing the Brain for Permanent Weight Loss.
Last week we talked about this book quite a bit. However, this week we have the actual author on to talk about emotional eating... food addiction... and how to actually recognize your hunger.
This is a great conversation. I hope you really enjoy it... I think if you can apply the ideas with a sound fitness plan, you will have complet control over you life.
Tue, 1 April 2014
This episode might make you a little on edge. After all, Dan and I talk about emotional eating. Having a guy talk about it can be tough to hear, but he does bring up some really good points to think about.
You'll learn about a book we've read called The Thin Woman's Brain. It's main about emtoinal eating and you'll learn:
The number one thought that can save you from eating like crazy when you don't want to.
The nine traits that naturally skinny women have when it comes to food.
How eating more can actually be less.
Why cavemen probably didn't famine like so many people want to say they did.
Plus so much more that should get you talking and give you a lot to think about.