Choose your HARD

We all choose our hard… Choose Wisely 😁 Related posts: How to choose your personal fitness trainer in Beirut / Lebanon? Kella Mneje Marra Wehde 3l 7ayet 10 Steps to Developing an Exercise Habit

New Year Resolutions vs Intentions

At the start of the year, it is common to set resolutions. And it is a healthy practice as it helps us to consider habits we like to change. But it is important to ensure that the strategy we’re using is an effective one. When we make resolutions we’re often looking at what’s wrong in…

10 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

I can’t recall how many times people asked me: “Why I am not losing weight? I’m dieting and exercising but my weight is not changing!” I know that it can be really frustrating when doing a lot of efforts without noticing any weight loss. But this doesn’t mean at all that you should give up!…

9 Ways to Feel Good About Yourself Right Now

Self-esteem is your opinion of yourself as it pertains to your value or worth. Many people base their self-esteem on how well they compare to others. The trouble is, we compare ourselves to the best. We compare our intelligence to that of the most intelligent person we know. We compare our athletic ability to those…

Stay Fit and Healthy During Ramadan

We are constantly reminded how important it is for fit people to eat a properly balanced diet and to NEVER skip meals. However, for religious or medical purposes some of us will probably have to fast at some point.   Fasting during Ramadan Ramadan 2017 starts May 26th and lasts until June 24th (Dates may…

10 Steps to Developing an Exercise Habit

It can be frustrating when you know what you want to do, or even should do, but you can’t get yourself to do it. Exercising regularly is something we all know that we should do, but few of us seem to be able to build that habit. If you can create an exercise habit, you’ll…

Don’t Be That Pizza Guy

  Being “Half In” to Something I’ve often said that that there’s nothing worse than being “half in” to something. People who are “half in” I call fence-walkers. They do no good to an organization. They do no good to business. They do no good for a team. They do no good themselves. Or for…