The only web store that has EVERYTHING you need to get fit, be healthy and improve your body.
Exclusive top-brand fitness product website with hand-picked items and articles that inspire, inform, and improve your well-being!
To learn more about the fitness products in this video, please visit: http://www.inboxfitness.com
Stop Stalling and Start Accomplishing
Shift your mindset from “want-to-do” to “can-do” with these motivational strategies from Inbox Fitness.
“Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.” That Mark Twain quote is a perfect representation of the topic of procrastination.
And it’s a perfect metaphor, showing why you need to quit delaying your fitness pursuits, before you end up in a very similar situation — scrambling last-minute to make up for all that time you wasted.
It’s not easy to sculpt an athletic, rock-hard physique…it can take months, often years of dedicated effort.
What we can offer you, however, is help. So, without another second of delay, here are five key tips you can use to stop stalling and start accomplishing today.
- Check your diet.
Can your procrastination stem from low blood sugar? At least one study suggests it’s possible. According to research out of Florida State University, “self-control failures are more likely when (blood) glucose (levels are) low or cannot be mobilized effectively to the brain, i.e. when insulin is low or insensitive.”The self-control behaviors include the ability to maintain attention, regulate emotions and cope with stress. Or, your ability to avoid temptation in your diet and stay the course when it comes time to train.If your hunger is strong, blunt it with a quality snack, anything from egg whites to veggies to a piece of fruit. Also strive to have a small meal every two to three hours throughout the day, avoiding long stretches of starvation, which tends to prompt fat storage while wreaking havoc on your hormones.
- Spell out your goals and a specific plan to get there.
Of course, this advice is obvious — those who have a destination in mind are more apt to arrive in a timely manner with a specific roadmap in hand.Knowing what to eat, when to eat it, and what exactly you’ll be doing in the gym every day is critical to success. (Keeping a log of your diet and training, and reviewing it often to note what’s working and what doesn’t, will also pay off, by the way.)But there’s more to the idea of putting your program on autopilot. You see, research has shown that, when we’re faced with lots of choices and decisions, our self-control takes a hit. So, if we’re constantly deciding on what we need to do next as far as eating and exercise — instead of having a detailed plan in place — it “depletes the same resource used for self-control and active responding,” according to a study out of the University of Minnesota published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.Specifically, the study cited diminished physical stamina, reduced persistence in the face of failure, and more procrastination among those asked to make choices (in the study participant’s case, among college courses and consumer goods). Sure, we can’t avoid decision-making altogether, but we can certainly make it easier by plotting out our actions in advance.
Stay tuned for more tips in next month’s newsletter!
And make sure to tune in to Access Health®, a new series airing on Lifetime that tackles the important fitness, medical and nutrition topics of the day such as women’s and children’s health, the best ways to get one’s body moving, revolutionary cuisine and the newest medical practices, all to empower women and give them access to healthier living!
The second episode featuring Inbox Fitness airs on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime TV.
Gailliot MT, Baumeister RF. “The physiology of willpower: linking blood glucose to self-control.” Pers Soc Psychol Rev. 2007 Nov;11(4):303-27.
Vohs KD, Baumeister RF, Schmeichel BJ, Twenge JM, Nelson NM, Tice DM.
“Making choices impairs subsequent self-control: a limited-resource account of decision making, self-regulation, and active initiative.” J Pers Soc Psychol. 2008 May;94(5):883-98.
Access Health® Offers One-Stop Solution to Overcoming Inertia with Inbox Fitness.com on Wednesday, January 14 on Lifetime®
Vince Scalisi, Founder/CEO of Inboxfitness.com joins Host Ereka Vetrini and Fitness Expert Dave Sinclair to talk making it easier for people to get in shape on new series Access Health; show is a unique magazine-style series that educates and entertains as it tackles the important fitness, medical and nutrition topics of the day
(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – January 13, 2015) Inbox Fitness will be featured on Access Health®, a new magazine-style health and wellness series, in its second episode “Overcoming Inertia in Our Daily Lives” on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime.
Access Health educates and entertains viewers as it tackles the latest topics on cutting-edge developments and innovations in fitness, medicine and food such as women’s and children’s health, the best ways to get one’s body moving, how to prepare good-tasting and healthy meals, the newest medical practices, and plenty of tips and insights — all to empower women and give them access to healthier living
In this second episode, “Overcoming Inertia in our Daily Lives”, Host Ereka Vetrini and Fitness Guru Dave Sinclair discuss resources to make it easier for people to get in shape.
Vince Scalisi, President/CEO of InboxFitness.com joins the panel to educate viewers on his one-stop site, http://www.InboxFitness.com where people can find everything fitness related to get and keep in shape. Products include nutritional supplements, healthy snacks like Caveman cookies, exercise equipment and even kitchen appliances like juicers.
Scalisi will explain how the site also helps fitness enthusiasts select the right tools based on their lifestyle, and offers recipes and workout plans. For more information, please go to: http://www.inboxfitness.com.
Access Health was created by O2 Media, producers of the long-running branded entertainment shows The Balancing Act®, Designing Spaces™, Mission Makeover™, and All Mixed Up™ all currently airing on Lifetime.
About Access Health
Access Health® is a powerful and engaging half-hour health and wellness series premiering on the Lifetime® channel, anchored by a panel of three renowned experts who tackle the important fitness, medical and nutrition topics of the day. The show educates and entertains with ideas on the best ways to get your body moving, revolutionary cuisine and the newest medical practices, all to empower women and give them access to healthier living.
Like us on Facebook!