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Mindset
Every week at the Bodysmith we have a coaches meeting, and a few weeks ago, we were talking about stress and how it can affect our members and ourselves. If you’ve read some of my blogs you may already know that we have three Foundations of Health at the Bodysmith—nutrition, recovery and exercise. What that...
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The other day I met with a potential member who wanted to explore what the Bodysmith was all about. Since I love the opportunity to share what we hold as important at the Bodysmith—community, support, hard work, results—I couldn’t wait to get started. We call these meetings with potential members “Strategy Sessions” because they are...
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I’m on my way back from a quick vacation. Thanks to my fantastic staff, I was able to take a rare break in my routine. On a quick coffee stop in western Nebraska, I thought I’d write a quick note. Over the past week, I was motorcycling in Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. I love riding,...
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At the Bodysmith, our core values guide our decisions and actions. We display them on the homepage of our website, post them in our office, and review them in our team meetings. This week I want to outline briefly the first of these values and what it means to our team and our members who come to...
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If you’ve seen me this week, you may have noticed I’ve been a bit distracted lately. I just got back in town from a rare, week-long vacation. It was fabulous and unforgettable. But I found myself in every state from Arkansas to Indiana and back, spent 1,400 miles on a motorcycle, and had a few...
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I’m on vacation with some friends and having a great time. Even though I’m supposed to be taking a break, I had a quick thought I wanted to share as I drink my second cup of the day. Okay, it’s more of a question I wanted to ask you: do you ever feel like quitting?...
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The other day I was at the coffee shop drive-thru window picking up my regular, delicious, iced Americano and the young lady asked how I was doing. “I’m great,” I replied and asked her the same question. Her response: “I can’t complain.” That got me thinking. Can’t we all complain? There must be something in...
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In the past, I’ve talked about managing activities rather than time. The point being that we all have the same time in a day and there’s not a lot we can do to change time, unfortunately. Instead, it’s how we choose to spend that time—how we prioritize our activities—that make a difference. I got a...
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Now that the weather has finally turned, I’ve changed up my Sunday morning ritual. So this Sunday started with a leisurely breakfast of Ezekiel toast, organic peanut butter and coffee (the true ‘Breakfast of Champions’). I vegged out in front of the TV and planned my day before I went to the shed and broke...
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If our attention spans are short (and they are), and we have frustrations over the current state of our bodies and health (many of us do), we can be susceptible to those who preach absolutes or an “easy way out.” And since we hear thousands of pieces of advice from the internet, TV, etc. over...
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