Do You Even Read, Bro? 1/11/15

Wow! Almost two weeks into the new year already, only 50 more to go!  So how are all of the new year resolutions coming along.  If you are a part of the 92% that have or are starting to fall off the wagon, these couple of articles may help.  Change is hard, and needs to be taken in small steps for success. (why resolutions don’t lead to success!!!)  You try to change to much all at once.

Great article from James Clear – 5 Common Mistakes That Cause New Habits to Fail (And What to do About Them)

*I would also recommend signing up for the free books, Transform Your Habits, is a good read*

If you want success, patience is imperative.  We live in a fast paced world and want instant results.  Did you know that the first few weeks of an exercise program is creating more of a neurological effect, “reconnecting” all the circuits that have not been used and turned “off” (not literally, but need a better stronger mind/body connection).  So results are being made, internally, the physical change that we see in the mirror may take a little longer.

“Changes in strength evidenced in the first few weeks of resistance training are more associated with neural adaptations” (Moritani & deVries, 1979)   For the full article, in depth benefits of resistance training, click here

Fat Loss articles….

5 New Strategies for Fat Loss – Clay Hyght

Your Brain is a Jerk: 5 Cognitive Biases That are Sabotaging Your Fat Loss Goals – Mike Howard

Strength Training….

The Best Damn Posterior Chain Exercises – Bret Conteras

If having a coach to help you meet your fitness goals is what you need, click here.  Get a complete strength, mobility, and nutrition plan made for you.  Think of it as an investment in yourself, by way of results and workout education.
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About The Author

Kevin Fulton

Kevin Fulton is personal trainer in Pittsburgh, PA. His goal is to help his clients look, feel, and move better. In his spare time you can find him under a barbell or practicing jiu jitsu.

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