Wellness programs have been part of some business models for decades and the trend has grown to the level where 85% of large companies offer wellness programs to their employees, according to a 2017 survey from Kaiser. The corporate wellness industry that provides wellness programs to companies of all sizes has increased annual revenue to … Continue reading Wellness is a Team Sport
The myth in muscle toning is the suggestion that exercise can make your muscles tight and firm.
According to the decision quality paradigm, applying your initial motivation to the process of achieving your goal is more effective than just doing it. The well-known Nike slogan is great when you're gearing up for a daily workout, but it doesn’t lead to sustained motivation needed for real fitness and weight loss changes.
Everyone knows they need to eat less and exercise more, yet doing so is much harder than it sounds. The Gut Check! rule is a way to stop allowing excuses to run your life. Try it for one day.
The myth in fat burning is that you have to burn fat to lose fat. What matters is the total calories you burn, not the type of calories you burn.
You hear about ‘stubborn belly fat‘, ‘unsightly body fat’ and ‘fat burning’ workouts. These phrases inspire emotional reactions such as frustration, fear and hope, but they are more than a little misleading.