lol. There’s a lot to learn from this Dung Beetle.
- Life can be a bitch.
- Never give up!
A high-quality protein shake should includes the following ingredients:
– Essential Amino Acids (whey protein isolate, free-range eggs/egg-whites or hempseed protein)
– Essential Fatty Acids (flaxseed oil, Udo’s oil or fish oil)
– Essential Vitamins & Minerals; Antioxidants; and Phytonutrients (fruit and vegetables and/or a greens food blend)
– Complex Carbs and Additional Fibre (oatmeal and wheat germ) *optional
June 27, 2012
Tagged Amino acid, antioxidants, Breakfast, Essential amino acid, fat-loss, Fish oil, greens, muscle, phytonutrients, post-workout, protein, vitamins and minerals, weight loss, Whey protein isolate
the perfect breakfast for a lean healthy breakfast
Lean protein and fibrous carbs. This low-carb meal can be made in minutes. Your body will transform if you substitute your high-sugar, low-protein breakfast (i.e. cereal, toast, bagel or donut) for this healthy meal on a daily basis. It might be hard for you to get used to at first, but you’ll learn to enjoy it and love the results.
Note: Another healthy breakfast option is a high-quality protein shake. You’ll find a recipe under the Videos and Nutrition/Diet-Building categories of this blog.
the perfect dinner for a lean healthy body
Lean protein, fibrous carbs and a healthy fat. This whole food meal can be made and ready to eat in 6-minutes. Enjoy!
Awesome video celebrating female athletes, young and old, doing what they love.
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- Introduction to the Superman Series
June 10, 2012
Tagged Annika Hodgson, body awareness, bridge series, exericse, fitness, floor training, instructional video, pilates, Plank, posture, stability, strength, Strength training, superman series, Weight training
From http://www.Self-Esteem-Experts.com. Joan Breiner serves as Executive Director of the National Association for Self Esteem. Note: This is not a test. There are no right or wrong answers. This is an assessment to help you discover your areas of high and low self … Continue reading
Posted in Personal Development/Changing Perspectives, Quizzes, Stress/Emotional Awareness
Tagged confidence, emotions, happiness, health, personal development, quiz, self-esteem, Self-Help, Worksheet
An individual’s self-esteem stems from a sense of control over reality. Whenever we carry out a conscious effort, such as, completing a record Bench Press, an A+ in school or writing a book, we feel a specific power rising, a sense of will. The abundant self-esteem associated with successful people flows from their having achieved goals by exerting the proper effort – long range. People are not successful due to an accident of birth; they took the time and expended the necessary effort to develop their self-respect. They sufficiently value life and happiness to exert complete effort. As a result, they experience what Aristotle referred to as the “crown of all virtues”: Pride.
Mike Mentzer (American IFBB professional bodybuilder, businessman, and author)
Posted in Personal Development/Changing Perspectives, Quotations, Stress/Emotional Awareness
Tagged Aristotle, effort, fitness, goalshappiness, health, Mike Mentzer, personal development, pride, self-esteem, self-respect, Success, virtues, will