So this week I’ve decided to talk about how to get things done. It’s pretty simple and easy really and it’s called the Follow Through Formula. I learned this formula from a great Business Mentor of mine, Marie Forleo.
Marie uses this formula to get things done in business and I thought it was so good I now teach it to many of my clients to help them follow through and achieve their health and performance related goals.
Whether your goal is fat loss, rehabilitation, improved health, gaining muscle, breaking PR’s you can apply these five steps to ensure success
1. The first of our Action Steps is: If It Isn’t Written Down, It Probably Won’t Happen!
What we mean by this is if you haven’t put it in your calendar and made a genuine plan to do it, it doesn’t really exist, it’s not real, it’s just a thought, an idea.
Is any water good enough?
As a Health and Performance Coach I often get asked the question “Will tap water do?” and the simple and honest answer is, NO! BUT, if you run a few searches on Google about water you’ll find that most articles half address the issues, list a few negatives about either tap water and/ or bottled water and then basically conclude that you may as well drink tap water.
In my opinion you should try to avoid tap water wherever possible. It’s often full of many undesirable routinely added chemicals and contaminants such as:
- Liquified Chlorine
- Aluminium Sulphate
- Sodium Silicoflouride
- Calcium Hydroxide
- Flourosilicic Acid
Personally, I don’t fancy drinking that crap, and I’m pretty sure that you don’t either.
Good afternoon folks,
I’ve decided to write about Commitment and Consistency for my this Blog Post because without those two things, practically nothing can be achieved and maintained long term.
Let’s say you’ve just decided that you want to get in shape for your holiday later this summer. In order to do so you must:
- First, decide to commit to that goal – for instance, this commitment may include joining a gym and hiring a Health and Performance Coach such as myself to help you with your exercise and nutritional habits. This is brilliant but it’s only half the battle….
- Secondly, you must be consistent with your efforts to your commitments to achieve your goal because if you’re not, it simply remains a good idea rather than a genuine possibility.
Hope you are well. This week we’re talking Protein intake.
Protein – What makes it so important?
Now I’m sure somewhere along this journey called life you’ve all heard that Protein is important.
The trouble is, although many of us have heard that that Protein is important most people don’t actually know why…
…And some aren’t even sure what Proteins are.
Now this isn’t necessarily a bad thing or your fault. I mean let’s face it, foods in the supermarket or local farm store aren’t labeled as Protein… or even as Carbohydrates or Fat.
Instead they’re named after the actual food; beef joint, bread, butter, etc…
If you’re unsure which foods are classified as Proteins, in around 2 minutes or so you’ll know exactly which ones they are and you’ll also know why they play such an important role in optimal health, fat loss and even gaining muscle mass.
Hello and welcome to your first Tyton Health & Performance Quick Health Tip.
Our tips and advice are based on many years of results based coaching. The tips you’ll receive each week and the advice you’ll find on our Blog over the coming weeks, months and years is the exact advice we apply to our clients to get outstanding results in the quickest time possible.
You’ll notice over the coming weeks that some Tips are a little longer than others.
This is because for some of the advice we feel it’s necessary to give you a little background information to help you understand why we’re recommending that particular advice.
OK, let’s get on to your first Quick Tip!