Category Archives: motivation

Client spotlight: the one and only LT!

If you come to Pilates Northwest, you’ve probably seen my client LT.  He’s the guy who, when he’s not in the middle of his session, instantly puts everyone at ease with his friendly smile and self-deprecating quips. He’s also the … Continue reading

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Some Days Need You To Play Offense

There are days when you have a big to-do list, or just a normal list but you didn’t get enough sleep… days when you are doubting that what you want to achieve isn’t worth the effort, or that what you … Continue reading

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Next Health Challenge Group is open!

Nutrition, fitness, and support! • Daily check-ins using Beachbody’s Challenge Tracker app. • Anywhere-workout programs streamed via Beachbody On Demand • 28 Days of Healthy Focus! All participants are requested to use body-positive language. We celebrate the journey, not just … Continue reading

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It’s All In You

Everything you want in life is in your reach if you can master yourself. Maybe it’s your attitude, or a skill-set, or a work ethic, or even a scheduling challenge. Maybe it’s a combination of things! Just know that if … Continue reading

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No Self-Limiting Allowed

I had a spill on my bike last Saturday. The seat post stem freakishly sheared off while I was riding, which in itself wasn’t so bad. It was the fact that I took my eyes off the road to figure … Continue reading

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Nothing Comes from Nothing: 5 Steps Toward Getting That Goal

I recently saw a sign that read: “EXCUSES Are for People Who Don’t WANT it Badly ENOUGH.” Wow.  That hit me hard.  It reminded me of a sports psychology lecture I attended at the World Spinning & Sport Conference in … Continue reading

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“Flyaway” from Self-Deception to Success!

I was recently fortunate to receive an advance copy of Helen Landalf’s anticipated teen novel, “Flyaway.”  It’s the story of fifteen year old Stevie, a girl used to her drug-addicted mother disappearing for days at a time.  Her Aunt Mindy … Continue reading

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