Motivate!

Motivate!

Body Composition Tip 2 - Keep Track of Your Goals and Progress

Strategies for Goal Setting
 
Outdoor Fitness is not just about a firmer butt and better biceps; it’s about health, fitness and well-being, and creating a better lifestyle—a life with style!  However, it takes more than just fat loss and firm muscles. For a happier, healthier, well-balanced life, it’s important to create goals in all areas of our life. So take a moment to explore what your goals in life really are, then decide to follow through.
 
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How to Reach Your Goals Through Mental and Emotional Fitness

Athletes know that mental focus is as much a part of training and skill as physical prowess. Working out in the outdoors requires concentration and adaptiveness, as you constantly adjust to new conditions and changing terrain. Outdoor Fitness makes mental focus and acuity training a cornerstone of its program. BodyMind, mindfulness, concentration and emotional power techniques are integrated with the physical elements of the workouts to create a true whole health and fitness program.
 

For Better Performance - Mind Your Thoughts

You've heard it said before:  Thoughts are things. The impact of our mental and emotional selves on our physical selves cannot be overestimated.

3 Steps to Vibrant Energy

Attaining ENERGY is what health and fitness is really all about. 
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Think about it. Energy is the key of life. Without it, plants cannot grow, our cells cannot function, our bodies cannot move and our brains cannot think. Lack of energy, or low energy is the first step towards illness and disease. To move toward our goals of good health, fitness and well-being,we must be sure that what we do helps us to build energy.

How to Get Started on Your Outdoor Fitness Program

Getting Ready to Make the Change
This is all about getting you outfitted—body and mind—to begin your Outdoor Fitness program. For a happier, healthier, well-balanced life, it’s important to think about what your goals really are. Asking the right questions will help you zero in on your health, fitness, and social and emotional goals.  You’ll also take a look at your schedule, to examine how you spend your time and energy and figure out a way to fit in fitness.  With a schedule in place, your goals become achievable, manageable milestones to work toward every day.
 

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