Good news! In case you missed it, Monica Reinagel (the Nutrition Diva) and I have released the REPLAY of our FREE workshop called Building YourTransformation Toolkit – The 5 things you need to achieve lasting weight loss (Plus: 6 things you think you need but don’t)
This workshop went over so well during the session that we have decided to open it up for replay – for a limited time. So, to access the video immediately, just go to weighless.life soon.
And now, with that out of the way, on with this week’s digest!
If any of the following topics happen to tickle your fancy, click the underlined text to read or listen.
Change Academy – What You Gain by Slowing Down
We often feel like we have to make a decision, make a change, make a difference, or achieve a goal quickly. But if we want the benefits to be meaningful and lasting, shouldn’t we be willing to take our time?
Get-Fit Guy – Why Consistency Is Fitness Magic (and It’s Easier Than You Think)
You can’t reach your long-term fitness goals by investing in short-term solutions. Author Dean Dwyer‘s formula will help you do less but achieve more through the magic of consistency.
Get-Fit Guy – Why Crawling Is an Amazing Whole-Body Workout
Crawling is a great way to maintain strength, mobility, and coordination as we age. Here are the many benefits crawling will add to your fitness routine and some exercises to help you make the most of your fun on all fours.
In this video, I demonstrate how I use my stationary bike, combined with some dumbbells and a yoga mat to create a heck of a workout.
This is how it goes:
1. Ride easy for 30 seconds.
2. Increase the resistance and ride hard for 30 seconds.
4. Get off the bike and do 2 ManMakers.
5. Get back on the bike and start from 1 again.
I explain why this is such a great combo in this accompanying article.
In this Instagram video post, Monica Reinagel and I talk about how experiencing pain is a sign that you’re doing something wrong – but – experiencing discomfort is a sign that you’re doing something NEW. It’s an important distinction to make since discomfort can actually help you to achieve new goals while pain can just wear you down.