Posts in the Category "Motivation"

What you think of me is none of my business

So often clients face criticism for their lifestyle choices. You will always be too “something” to someone. Too thin, too fat, too muscular, to manly, too picky, too thick, too bulky, too obsessed. This quote sums it up pretty perfectly. If you are a person sitting there having to judge and share your opinion about.. Read more →

How serious is your dietary compliance commitment?

How serious is your dietary compliance commitment? If it isn’t going well, I challenge you to step it up. No more of just going through the motions and winging it at dinner. No more having some bites of this or that. If you have a plan, stick to it. If you started something then work.. Read more →

Ileen’s real talk – learning to like yourself

Mirrors are not for picking ourselves apart and yet so often that is what we do. Sunday morning I was trying on my swim suits for Spring Break in a few weeks I took the photo below. At first I found my mind wandering all the things ‘I think’ need improving and then reality kicked.. Read more →

There are NO quick fixes that will work long term

There are NO quick fixes that will work long term. None. No quick fix can change what is really wrong, your habits and behaviors. If you don’t change, nothing else you do will change you. Your results, successes, failures, and everything else belongs to you. You may not be able to control everything that happens.. Read more →

The reality of reaching goals

Am I right, or am I right? Lol Things rarely go as planned, and with fitness it’s very difficult to control all the variables. Individual biology tends to throw everyone for a loop every now and then. Most of us deal with an injury at one point or another. Things like family emergencies, illness, vacations,.. Read more →