Monthly Archives: November 2014

8 Steps to Overcoming Resistance

“Whether it is your work, your love, or your life – unless you throw your entire self into it, you will never know what it is.” – Sadhguru  We all experience it everyday. The tugging voice in our minds moaning about what we have to do. Our plans or dreams for what we want to…

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What is Yoga? Part 2

To read about the first 4 limbs of Yoga check out the first part of this article “What is Yoga: Part 1”.  5. Pratyahara Pratyahara means taking control of the senses. Instead of cravings, external rewards and possessions, we look inwards and find everything we need inside. The mind can be our path to freedom…

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What The F*** Does IIFYM Mean?

IIFYM is a term that has appeared on almost every fitness website over the past few years. But first, what does it stand for and second, what does it even mean? And no it has nothing to do with your mother. IIFYM stands for If it fits your macros. A Macro is short for macronutrient.…

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What is Yoga? – Part 1

When I first started practicing yoga all I thought it was nothing more than a workout. That is how it seems to be viewed by most people in the west. After studying yoga in more detail I have realized that the yoga we all know is only a small part of Yoga. According to the…

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6 Reasons to Sell All Your S*** And Move to Thailand

I have spoken to so many friends who would love to go to Thailand or somewhere similar but “would never be able to” because of various excuses. I write this in the hope that one of you out there who might not be entirely content with your life will decide to travel and see a…

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Carb Cycling for Fat Loss

Carb cycling is a style of eating I have been experimenting with on and off for over two years. It allows you to over indulge on carbs on certain days without a negative impact on body fat. Usually on days you workout you eat high carbohydrate meals and on non training days you eat a…

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Six 30 Day Challenges That Will Change Your Life

“If it is important, do it every day, if it isn’t, don’t do it at all.” – Dan Gable I completed a few different 30-day challenges since the beginning of the year and found them to be rewarding and a lot of fun to do. I am a big fan of building habits through small…

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