Motivational and Inspirational Quotes From The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #10

Here are the Top Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser

“Tell your mind to get out of your body’s way.”

“Because my whole life it has happened, I get in my own way.”

“I’m not afraid.”

“You are powerful, you are a strong women.”

“I see a new me, a beautiful me.”

“Start getting your dreams in motion.”

“I’m not going to believe in failure anymore.”

“My dreams are becoming reality.”

Some great quotes this week. See you next week for more…

Healthy Eating Focus 2012 Week #10

Welcome to week ten of my ten week Healthy Eating Series, to Kick off 2012!

Before getting into Focus #10 I’d like to recap your first nine focuses they are:

Focus #1 – Slow down when you eat

Focus #2 – Create a relaxed environment while you eat

Focus #3 – Creat an eating rhythm with you eating time, (meal cadence)Focus #4 – Feel leasure as opposed to stress with your food choices

Focus #5 – Eating for nourishment

Focus #6 – Toxic beliefs about diet

Focus #7 – Quality of food

Focus #8 – Macronutrient Balance

Focus #9 – Awareness at meals

Now, to our final focus – Caffeine and Sugar Use 

Caffeine and sugar are neither good nor bad.  They are powerful substances.  The question is, are we using them wisely or are we abusing them.

Caffeine and sugar are abused when: It consistently becomes substitute energy. It’s used as substitute food. We consume too much.

Ask yourself if these two substances control you, or you control them.  Getting more than 3 servings of caffeine per day may be pushing that limit.

According to Marc David, “caffeine abuse leads to an experience of “false metabolism” – that is, central nervous system stimulation masquerading as true energy.  True energy would be eat food, digest it, convert it to energy at the cellular level, then use that energy.”

Increased caffeine use can lead to: Mood swings Energy/fatigue issues Sleep issues Adrenal burnout Inability to lose weight

In the weeks to come, focus on the deeper issues behind too much caffeine and sugar.  Can you find your true and natural enery?  Can you trust your energy level and let go of pushing it?  Just as importantly, can you value rest when you need it, and not try to push through the body’s need to relax and be tired?

 

Please feel free to pass this valuable information to your friends, family, and co-workers!

In Good Health,

John Preston

Your Fitness Tutor

john@fitnessknowhowhq.com

www.fitnessknowhowhq.com

The nutrition information in this post is all the more effective when combined with a  sound fitness program. Check out my S.U.P.E.R Fitness Training Program to learn how you can live The Ultimate Health Lifestyle.

P.S. The information in this email is from Marc David’s “Food Psychology Coaching” Program. It was written by Certified Food Psychology Coach, Lisa Olona, and shared with her permission. If you like the information and are interested in learning more you can contact Lisa at lisaolona@peoriabootcamp.com

P.S.S. In the spirit of full disclosure, Lisa is a friend and associate. The link to contact her is not an affiliate link. I stand to gain nothing financially by providing you with her contact information. I’m always striving to provide you with FREE, accurate and effective information, that will help you to reach your ultimate potential. And I feel this information that Lisa is sharing serves that purpose.

Motivational and Inspirational Quotes From The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #9

Here are the Top Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser

“It’s not about the food. It’s about the company you keep and the friendships and the connections.”

“I need to start believing in myself.”

“There is no way I’m going to do the things that I want if I’m unhealthy.”

“This process is working. I’m never going back to hating myself.”

“I’m getting my life back, I’m getting me back.”

“I have hope again to live a better life.”

“It isn’t about the scale, it’s about the lifestyle.”

“More than anything, I’m starting to change on the inside and I’m starting to like who I am.”

“I love who I am today.”

“I actually believe in myself for the first time in my life.”

Finally the contestants this season are starting to get it. They are starting to understand the process. I thing I’m starting to care about a few of them…

See you next week!

Motivational and Inspirational Quotes From The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #8

Here are the Top Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser

“You need to stop beating yourself up.”

“You need to love yourself everyday.”

“I’m just trying to believe that I’m worth it.”

“I was never as ugly as the way I used to view myself as.”

“Sometimes you have to be away to comeback a better you.”

“The authenticity of ownership; that’s true control.”

“Regain control of your life.”

“It’s so easy to focus on other people instead of yourself.”

“I do absolutely have to make myself a priority.”

“We spend most of our time trying to fill a void that isn’t really a void at all.”

“Anything in this life that I want to do, I can do it.”

See you next week!

Healthy Eating Focus 2012 Week #8

Welcome to week eight of my ten week Healthy Eating Series, to Kick off 2012!

To date, you have learned the importance of slowing down your eating, eating in a relaxed setting and meal cadence. You’ve also learned how all three of those things will boost your metabolism.

Before getting into this week’s Healthy Eating Focus, lets recap your first 7 psychological and nutritional focuses.

Focus #1 – Eating Speed

Focus #2 – Relaxed Eating

Focus #3 – Eating Rhythm

Focus #4 – Pleasure From Food

Focus #5 – Eating for Nourishment

Focus #6 – Awareness at Meals

Focus #7 – Quality of Food

Healthy Eating Focus #8  – Macronutrient Balance

There are 4 macronutrients and all of them play a vital role in developing and maintaining a healthy body.

These macronutrients are:

  • Protein

  • Fats

  • Carbohydrates

  • Water

It is important to maintain a good ratio of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.  As well as, consume an adequate amount of water.

An imbalance can lead to:

  • Fat craving

  • Carb craving

  • Binge eating

  • Mood issues

  • Energy issues

  • Inability to lose weight

If you don’t get enough protein in your diet, this can lead to:

  • Sugar and carb cravings

  • Low energy

  • Low immunity

  • Low mood

  • Inability to build muscle

  • Inability to lose weight

  • Decreased ability to cope with stress

This week, make sure you are getting a good amount of healthy fats, healthy carbs, and protein.  Last, and certainly not least, make sure you are consuming a lot of water throughout the day!

Please feel free to pass this valuable information to your friends, family, and co-workers!

In Good Health,

John Preston

Your Fitness Tutor

john@fitnessknowhowhq.com

www.fitnessknowhowhq.com

The nutrition information in this post is all the more effective when combined with a  sound fitness program. Check out my S.U.P.E.R Fitness Training Program to learn how you can live The Ultimate Health Lifestyle.

P.S. The information in this email is from Marc David’s “Food Psychology Coaching” Program. It was written by Certified Food Psychology Coach, Lisa Olona, and shared with her permission. If you like the information and are interested in learning more you can contact Lisa at lisaolona@peoriabootcamp.com

P.S.S. In the spirit of full disclosure, Lisa is a friend and associate. The link to contact her is not an affiliate link. I stand to gain nothing financially by providing you with her contact information. I’m always striving to provide you with FREE, accurate and effective information, that will help you to reach your ultimate potential. And I feel this information that Lisa is sharing serves that purpose.

Motivational and Inspirational Quotes From The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #7

Here are the Top Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser

“Bring it on baby, bring it on.”

“Your going to have to take control of your body and mind.”

“Don’t wait for it to happen, make it happen.”

“I’m learning so much about myself.”

“I’m doing this for the right reason, I’m doing it for myself.”

“By best is enough.”

“I’m ready to prove that I can go the distance.”

“I want more.”

“Now new doors will open for me.”

See you next week!

Healthy Eating Focus 2012 Week #7

Welcome to week seven of my ten week Healthy Eating Series, to Kick off 2012!

To date, you have learned the importance of slowing down your eating, eating in a relaxed setting and meal cadence. You’ve also learned how all three of those things will boost your metabolism.

Just to recap your first six focuses, they are:

1. Slow down when you eat.

2. Create a relaxed environment while you eat

3. Create an eating rhythm with your eating times, (meal cadence)

4. Feel pleasure as opposed to stress with your food choices

5. Eating for nourishment

6. Awareness at Meals

Here is your eating focus for the week.  Work on this every time you eat, and you’ll start to create new habits. Enjoy!

Focus #7 – Quality of Food

It is important to make sure you are eating high quality food!  By quality food I mean food that is nutrient dense.  This nutrient dense food helps to regulate your appetite and prevents overeating.  Food dense in nutrients includes fresh food with no added chemicals or preservatives.

Nutrient dense foods signal the brain that we’ve received our nutritional requirements sooner than non-nutrient dense food. Therefore we are satisfied before we start to over eat.  These nutrient dense foods naturally regulate our appetites, because our bodies are inherently accustomed to eating them.

Eating foods that are processed or not fresh leads to:

  • Decreased nutrient density of food

  • Decreased nutrition for the body

  • Increased food cravings

  • Increased appetite

It is very difficult to address your weight, nutrition, fitness and health concerns when the quality of food that you eat is poor.  You are working against yourself by leaving your body feeling unsatisfied.

So this week focus on eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean cuts of meat (fish and poultry)!

Please feel free to pass this valuable information to your friends, family, and co-workers!

In Good Health,

John Preston

Your Fitness Tutor

john@fitnessknowhowhq.com

www.fitnessknowhowhq.com

The nutrition information in this post is all the more effective when combined with a  sound fitness program. Check out my S.U.P.E.R Fitness Training Program to learn how you can live The Ultimate Health Lifestyle.

P.S. The information in this email is from Marc David’s “Food Psychology Coaching” Program. It was written by Certified Food Psychology Coach, Lisa Olona, and shared with her permission. If you like the information and are interested in learning more you can contact Lisa at lisaolona@peoriabootcamp.com

P.S.S. In the spirit of full disclosure, Lisa is a friend and associate. The link to contact her is not an affiliate link. I stand to gain nothing financially by providing you with her contact information. I’m always striving to provide you with FREE, accurate and effective information, that will help you to reach your ultimate potential. And I feel this information that Lisa is sharing serves that purpose.

Motivational and Inspirational Quotes from The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #6

Here are the Top Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser

Last week I had to rant just a little. My second rant was that the cast this season is boring. Well, they still are. They aren’t good for very many quotes. Hopefully things will get better as the season progresses.

Now for the quotes

“This distain that she feels for herself is what the real culprit is.”

“Her weight has been holding her back from her life.”

This weight is holding you back for all of your dreams.”

“You can do anything that you put your mind to. But you have to put your mind to it.”

“I fell like I’m honestly rediscovering my life.

Four of those five quotes are from the trainers not the contestants. Let’s hope the cast starts to appreciate this opportunity that they’ve been given!

See you next week.

2012 Healthy Eating Focus Week #6

Welcome to week six of my ten week Healthy Eating Series, to Kick off 2012!

To date, you have learned the importance of slowing down your eating, eating in a relaxed setting and meal cadence. You’ve also learned how all three of those things will boost your metabolism.

Just to recap your first five focuses they are:

1. Slow down when you eat.

2. Create a relaxed environment while you eat

3. Create an eating rhythm with your eating times, (meal cadence)

4. Feel pleasure as opposed to stress with your food choices

5. Eating for nourishment

This week the focus is to make sure that you are aware at your meals.

Focus #6 – Awareness at Meals

This simple focus can be quite difficult for so many of us.  We think that we’re being efficient or productive by getting some stuff done while we eat. Right?  Not right!  It is now time to stop eating and multi tasking.  Being aware at your meal means being with your meal; noticing it, tasting it, being present, awake, alive, and alert.  When you eat, simply eat.

This is actually a nutritional requirement.  Marc David, points out, “The nutritional power of Awareness is physiologically proven in the Cephalic Phase Digestive Response-the body’s requirement for the “head phase” of digestion, assimilation, and calorie burning.

By “head phase” he means the phase during a meal in which we taste, experience pleasure, smell the aroma, experience satisfaction and a visual stimulation of a meal.  Our subjective experience of a meal profoundly impacts how we digest and assimilate that meal.

The more AWARE we are when we eat, the more our appetite is satisfied and the more our brain and digestive system can give us accurate feedback about a meal.

This week take the time away, separate yourself from the craziness of the day, and become aware at your meals.  It makes a big difference on how your body physiologically responds and burns calories.

Please feel free to pass this valuable information to your friends, family, and co-workers!

In Good Health,

John Preston

Your Fitness Tutor

john@fitnessknowhowhq.com

www.fitnessknowhowhq.com

The nutrition information in this post is all the more effective when combined with a  sound fitness program. Check out my S.U.P.E.R Fitness Training Program to learn how you can live The Ultimate Health Lifestyle.

P.S. The information in this email is from Marc David’s “Food Psychology Coaching” Program. It was written by Certified Food Psychology Coach, Lisa Olona, and shared with her permission. If you like the information and are interested in learning more you can contact Lisa at lisaolona@peoriabootcamp.com

P.S.S. In the spirit of full disclosure, Lisa is a friend and associate. The link to contact her is not an affiliate link. I stand to gain nothing financially by providing you with her contact information. I’m always striving to provide you with FREE, accurate and effective information, that will help you to reach your ultimate potential. And I feel this information that Lisa is sharing serves that purpose.

Inspirational and Motivational Quotes from The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Week #5

Here are the Top Motivational and Inspirational Quotes from NBC’s The Biggest Loser – Season 13 Episode #5

OK, time for two little rants.

First of all during this episode, Bob Harper took the contestants through a workout called Fran. Fran is a Cross-fit workout. I don’t like Cross-fit and here are my reasons. The Cross-fit exercises when performed properly are all perfectly fine exercises. The problem with Cross-fit is that rarely are the exercises done properly. The emphasis is on completing the exercises as fast a possible or completing as many reps as possible in a pre-determined amount of time.

That approach promotes poor technique. And poor technique with maximal effort is a recipe for injury. Cross fit workouts are very difficult and they require maximal effort. So technique will falter. I know that Cross-fit coaches will disagree with me, but I don’t care. They are wrong!

There is decades of research from credentialed, and respected educational institutions from around the world that offer scientific proof on how to exercise properly. There have been thousands, probably tens of thousands, of peer reviewed, double blind studies done that follow accepted research methodologies that offer proof on how to develop structured exercise protocols. We already know how many sets and reps to do, how much weight to lift, how long to rest between sets and at what speed to move durnig exercises to reach any fitness goal.

Cross-fit doesn’t follow any of this science. I don’t recommend it for anyone.

On a slightly different note. Bob Harper has been giving Dolvett a hard time about stealing workouts from him all season. Here’s the deal, you can get the Fran workout from Cross-fit online. He’s being hypocritical. He didn’t come up with Fran. Anybody can simply google it. The “great” American trainer didn’t even come up with his own workout. He got it from the web!

OK, rant #2

You’ll notice that the quotes from this weeks episode are scarce. That’s because there were very few good quotes. The cast this season is boring. None of them are very interesting. None of them really seem to be buying into the program. All of them seem really superficial, selfish and trivial.

Now maybe it will get better as they begin to experience what it feels like to really make positive changes in their lives. I hope so, because so far this is the worst cast in the history of the show.

Here are this weeks quotes

“I’ve never reached my goals.”

“I’m here to do things that have never been done before.”

“Let’s do some good stuff.”

“Lets’ do it.”

“I’ve learned to really enjoy whit it is that I’m doing.”

See you next week!

 

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