Exercise…do you love it or hate it?

By |2017-01-13T13:08:58+00:00April 8th, 2010|EFT, Exercise, Interviews|

Like it or not, exercise is 'good for us'.  Today I talk to Personal Trainer, Jennifer Neal about the benefits of exercise. The interview lasts 8 mins 33 sec.  Click on this link to hear the interview  JenniferNealInterview Here is a demonstration of how you can use EFT, a simple tapping technique to motivate yourself to exercise. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqnp0o1sDJM Speak soon .....

Have you found the Champion within yourself?

By |2017-01-13T13:08:58+00:00April 4th, 2010|Education/children, Exercise|

I've been reading a book written by David Hemery, Olympic gold medalist. It's called  'How to help children find the champion within themselves'. It's a great little book; full of guidance for bringing out the best in our children. The book contains a letter that David Hemery wrote to the athletes taking part in the Sydney games. I want  to share this with you, because I think it illustrates beautifully, the importance of having an intention, and the impact each and everyone of us has on the people around us. 14 August 2000 How to bring out the best in your competitions in Sydney Dear (Athlete) Congratulations on making the Olympic team.  By now much of your hardest physical preparation is completed. [...]

Do you find a million & one reasons not to exercise?

By |2017-01-13T13:08:58+00:00March 25th, 2010|EFT, Exercise, Film|

Even though we know that our bodies need to exercise, sometimes it can be the last thing on our mind. Then, when we do remember, we can spend our time feeling 'guilty' and 'justifying' why we didn't or 'couldn't' get round to it, or  even chastise ourself for being 'bad', 'hopeless, or for having 'no will power'! If you keep telling yourself you 'should' exercise it won't be much of a motivator for you. Tell yourself you 'could' and you give yourself freedom to choose to exercise or not. There are so many different ways to keep fit.  What's really useful is to find a form of exercise that you enjoy, because that way, you are more likely to set aside time [...]


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