The Power of Discipline

We rely on willpower to overcome problematic habits. Reliance on will is likely why you fail. Willpower: when you take part in unhealthy behaviour and psychologically suffer for it, you say, ‘I’m not going to do that again tomorrow’. Tomorrow comes, you do it again, and you start the process over. Discipline: I know whereContinue reading “The Power of Discipline”

Why the ‘GAP’ Determines Your New Year Success

Most people see the first week of January as the most crucial time for reaching personal health goals. It is the time when gyms become flooded with new, eager members and long-time pass-holders. Many of whom need to wipe the dust off of their membership cards before entry. The January rush phenomenon has less toContinue reading “Why the ‘GAP’ Determines Your New Year Success”

Books that will change the way you see nutrition

Since putting my books out at a super-low price this week, people who are reading Heavy Brain and the Fat Loss Guide have also been asking if I have more diet book recommendations. The answer is ‘yes and no’. I certainly have suggestions for books that are in a related field, but few (if any)Continue reading “Books that will change the way you see nutrition”

Why Diet and Exercise Advice Isn’t the Solution (for COVID-19)

I came across this tweet today.   The elderly, those with a metabolic disorder, and a few other small demographics, are the most vulnerable to poor COVID outcomes. That is clear. That is not to say that younger, healthier people can’t also be affected by the disease, but those cases appear to be the exceptionContinue reading “Why Diet and Exercise Advice Isn’t the Solution (for COVID-19)”