Category Archives for "Motivation"
Need a little inspiration? Check out Matt. He’s the guy pictured on deck this past summer, fishing for tuna off Gloucester, Ma. He’s got a great build. Check out those traps, delts and arms. Would you believe he’s 68 years old and has only been training for a couple years? There’s even more to Matt’s story.Matt Parisi […]Continue reading
Don’t give up on yourself. Easy to say, but how? They say that mid January is the most depressing time of the year. Holiday fun was over, the bills started coming due and all the talk about looking back on life got us all a little down-hearted. Those things are especially true for people our […]Continue reading
What holds people back from working out? Let’s talk about ourselves for a minute. Baby Boomers. It’s pretty well known that our generation went from the fittest ever to the flabbiest. We’re in worse shape now than our parents were at this age, and our parents didn’t often leave the couch. Only 35% of us […]Continue reading
Feelings, not hardÂ facts, are the key toÂ getting motivated to workout – and even more importantly, they are the key toÂ stay motivated. Knowing how to get motivated to workout is probably more important than the nature of the actual workout. Without motivation, people never start in the first place and without the ability to stay motivated, […]Continue reading
“Why I hate baby boomers” is a declaration found frequently in blogs and other online essays these days, most of them written by our own kids — the dread and much maligned Millenials. There are 75.4 million Millenials in the U.S., aged 19 – 35. And they have reasons to be angry at us. According […]Continue reading
The health benefits of weight training have been proven in study after study, yet people, especially Baby Boomers, continue to remain largely inactive and susceptible to a host of preventable diseases and conditions. Before we get to the list of great benefits you will receive if you do it, we need to address the question […]Continue reading