To enjoy a healthy and happy life, you should eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, and maintain a passion for doing what you love.
Exercise is medicine!
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Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.
At some point in your life you will literally be in the best shape of your life. Refuse to let that point be in the past.
"The weights are just a means to an end; how well you contract the muscles is what training is all about."
Five things to do to cut that last bit of stubborn fat:
- Do interval cardio training
- Eat most carbs of the day during breakfast and pre- and post-workout
- Increase your water intake
- Switch your workout routines more frequently
- Do cardio training in the mornings and weight training in the evenings
"Really a fantastic trainer -- knowledgeable, experienced, motivational, and a total mensch. I was fortunate to work with Brian for about 8 months at Stanford, and it was a great investment of time and money. I suppose the first measure of any trainer is what he/she does for him/herself. Well, Brian looks the part. What really impressed me, though, was his extraordinarily broad view of physical health. I suppose it's a background in basic physiology and body parts that one expects from a competent trainer. But Brian knows a lot more than just that. He considers nutrition and diet as well as other physical activities that promote wellness including yoga. He emphasizes cross-training and some sort of post-work stretching regimen. What I thought would be a quest for firmer and maybe bigger muscles turned into something much more significant. I feel tremendously grateful that I encountered him when I did."
"Our greatest glory is not from never falling but in rising every time we fall."