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All entries filed under “Managing Motivation”

Goal Crushing

As we near the close of 2018, we start to think about new goals for 2019. Maybe you have a history of setting resolutions and forgetting them halfway through January, and are rolling your eyes at me as... More »


Break Through the Plateau

Almost everyone trying to lose weight has had that month where they step on the scale and are consistently not seeing a change in weight. This instance has been deemed the dreaded “plateau”... More »


Staying Healthy During the Holidays

For those working toward fitness goals, the holidays can be a scary time. There’s temptation around every corner – at work, at home, and out and about town. All social events seem to focus... More »


Sleep Could Be What Your Workout Is Missing

Before starting at Revolution, many patients arrive not knowing the exact cause of their irritability and constant lack of energy. As they start care, nutrition is improving and daily activity levels are... More »


The Journey of Weight Loss

Have you ever been on a road trip before? Chances are you have, and you know the process of it all. You plan your trip, pack up more stuff than you will ever need or use, pick out the right tunes, and... More »


The Power of Visualization

Have you ever dreamed of reaching a goal before you even got there?  The mind is a powerful tool when you’re aiming for a goal, and can affect you both positively and negatively. Spending time... More »


Can Lack of Sunshine Be Effecting Your Exercise Performance?

Have you ever had a long winter day at work and seemed to miss the short period of daylight?  These cold winter days and lack of sunshine can cause a decrease in Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels,... More »


SMART Goals

According to a recent poll* only 8% of those people will fulfil their New Year's resolution. Appraoching the halfway point of the calendar year, where do you stand?  Rather than think, “How... More »


Tips for Stress Reduction

STRESS…we all have stress in our lives, yet, as individuals, we experience stress and cope with stress in different ways. Our coping skills may become taxed during stressful times, which, for many,... More »


Stay Motivated: Monitor Your Progress!

Research shows that writing down elements of your new health routine contributes to motivation, consistency, and in the end, results! Whether it’s calories consumed or burned, steps taken, minutes... More »


Choice vs Decisions

Have you noticed how many new diet books have come out in recent years? From The Dash Diet Weight Loss Solution (Marla Heller, MS, RD) to The Parisian (Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen) to The Shred Revolutionary... More »


What is Motivation?

Have you ever said to yourself, “I just don’t feel like working out today…I have no motivation!” Or, “I have lost all motivation to eat right.”  Motivation is... More »


Building on Habit Change: Take it one step at a time

Habit change can be summed up in a few sentences:1. Habit change is hard.2. Habit change takes time.3. The time and effort put into changing habits are completely worth it!The trouble is that people often... More »