December 04

Things To Consider While Joining A Gym | Forward Thinking Fitness

What things We need to check in personal trainer?
Convenience

While it is worth traveling long distances for a good trainer, you may want to consider your convenience as well. If you are a beginner, we suggest that you spend at least 30 days seeing your trainer for two to three times per week. This will help you establish your base and develop good habits. If you don't want to meet your trainer many times in a week, we suggest that you don't think a lot about their location.

Be skeptical

If a trainer wants to sell you something on behalf of a company, you should be a skeptic. In gyms, multi-tier schemes of marketing are all the rage. Mostly, the supplements are overpriced and low quality.


In every situation, we have the power to choose our actions or thoughts, or both. Even when you decide not to choose to do anything, that IS a choice. A choice to do nothing! Once you do decide to exercise your power of choice, things become a lot easier.

For instance, I can choose to think, “Oh, I’ll just get one, I can’t help myself” at that plate of chocolate chip cookies that just came out of the oven, or I can choose to think, “Yes, they look delicious, yes, I love cookies, but no, I’m not going to eat one right now and I’m not going to feel deprived or punished by doing so.”

Here at Gyms in Yorba Linda, we've have come to accept as the definition of being a grownup.


November 25

Too Much Fitness Motivation and Positivity Will Stop You from Achieving Your Weight Loss Goals

Why does it take a specific holiday for most of us [...]


It is almost the end of the year again! This is typically the season of love.

Rainbows and colorful confettis in the air, ponies and puppies around every corner. The world is wonderful in these holiday seasons.

Why does it take a specific holiday for most of us to remember how important it is to show love, appreciation and gratitude to people around us? I think we have all been conditioned to show special gestures of appreciation ONLY on certain special days.

I am not saying it is such a bad thing. It sure beats never showing any appreciation at all.

But is it the best to cultivate and elevate your relationship with people all around you? Probably not.

We are also seeing this trend in the world of health and Richmond Gym. It is so easy for all of us to feel “motivated” and “inspired” after watching a Facebook post sharing either an inspirational weight loss video, or some photos of a Personal Trainer in Canary Wharf.

We instantly hear the Rocky Balboa theme in our heads and tell ourselves that this is the day that all of our fitness goals and aspirations comes true. Only it never lasts.