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Good morning… Today most of the Seacoast is under some type of a winter advisory, and for me it means no church and a day stuck inside. I was hoping I might be able to venture out at some point and maybe go X-Country skiing, however the mix of ice rain ruins that idea. I am grateful of having the comforts of shelter and pray for those who do not. This past week I chatted about starting a collection of marbles in an empty jar, adding a single marble for whenever you work out or run. I will be honest, this first month of 2019, I have not been consistent with my running or strength training, so my jar does not have many deposits. This makes for a quite loud clank when the marble hits the bottom. I can attempt to blame my schedule for a near empty jar, but truthfully, I lost motivation. As a running coach and a personal trainer, I understand behavioral science and the importance of repetitive activity for continued adherence.
Good Afternoon… Today I am once again hanging out at the NFLF Fitness Center, sipping coffee and offering it free to anyone walking in the door. The other night I was driving back from Manchester and listening to a podcast from the Northpoint Community church that was discussing how we can keep those important New Years resolutions. While I did not have any resolutions, I welcome ideas on how to maintain focus on goals I set for myself. Previously I have read books on creating habits and found them to be helpful, but new ideas are always welcomed. The podcast speaker talked about goals, such as better financial control, improved relationships, and better health and wellness. All of these are areas I would like improvement for myself, so the intro grabbed my interest. I will share the link to the 3-part series, as I think it is great, but I want to discuss it from my prospective as a coach and trainer.
Good Afternoon… Today I am once again hanging out at the NFLF Fitness Center, sipping coffee and offering it free to anyone walking in the door. The other night I was driving back from Manchester and listening to a podcast from the Northpoint Community church that was discussing how we can keep those important New Years resolutions. While I did not have any resolutions, I welcome ideas on how to maintain focus on goals I set for myself. Previously I have read books on creating habits and found them to be helpful, but new ideas are always welcomed. The podcast speaker talked about goals, such as better financial control, improved relationships, and better health and wellness. All of these are areas I would like improvement for myself, so the intro grabbed my interest. I will share the link to the 3-part series, as I think it is great, but I want to discuss it from my prospective as a coach and trainer.
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