Posts Tagged: Turbulence

Nov 10

Turbulence Training Seminar – Part 3 of 21

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! Ideas are great, they are what spawn change, but to really position yourself to realize those ideas you need to set in place some concrete goals for yourself. By setting goals, you hold yourself accountable and provide a measuring stick for your progress, whereby you can stop at any point and assess your progress. There are two types of goals; outcome goals and process goals. Outcome goals encompass both long term objectives and short term objectives. Goals to lose 20 pounds of fat or gain 10 pounds of muscle are both examples of outcome goals. Process goals on the other hand, are the things we do to achieve these outcome goals. So in the example of losing 20 pounds of fat, you might decide to plan meals ahead of time, prepare meals on Sundays, workout 3 days a week, etc. So, next time you set out to do something, be sure you have set out both the outcome goals and process goals and your success rate will jump immensely. The Perfect Diet What is the perfect diet? The media will have you believe that it is something we should all strive to attain. But, there’s no such thing as a perfect diet. At one time it was Jenny Craig, and then it was the South Beach Diet. The perfect diet continuously changes according to the latest fad! So, forget what the media is saying for a minute, and realize that the perfect diet is unique to each person. What works for one, may not work for another. Visit Turbulence Training to get

Nov 10

Turbulence Training Seminar – Part 2 of 21

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! When people think of fat loss, the first couple of things that pop into their heads are diet and exercise, but rarely is mindset ever even considered. Yet, mindset is probably the most important element to fat loss. If you can develop the proper frame of mind when it comes to diet, exercise, and weight loss, you will then have a powerful ally in your corner. So, let’s have a look at some of the ways you can shape your mind and prepare for fat loss. Q. I have bad weight gaining habits, how can I get past them? A. Form a positive association. If you take something you don’t like (bad habit) and connect it with something you enjoy, then your chances of changing that habit will be much greater. Q. How can I stay motivated? A. Track, track, and track! You need to know whether or not you are improving each and every time you hit the gym and the kitchen. So be sure to track your workouts and jot down the foods you are eating on a daily basis. Also, if you can track your body’s response to different stimuli, including food, workouts, and sleep, then you will have a much clearer idea of what habits are producing the most positive fat loss results and vice versa. Q. What are some tricks to prevent mindless eating? A. Mindless eating is a terrible habit that severely hampers our fat loss goals. So, some simple, yet effective tips that I like to follow include, brushing my teeth after a meal, chewing gum, and just getting up