I'm Breann Hewitt Johnson and I teach in Syracuse on Mon/Wed nights @ 9:00 PM. I saw this youtube video on facebook and I was sooooo inspired. I especially love when they show the woman working out. Makes me think of Ballet Blast! Hope you are inspired as much as I was. Here are some of my favorite quotes from the video:
"Successful people don't go with the days...they go with the hours. There's 24 hrs in a day. You may sleep 8. So what are you doing with the other 16? Most of you don't want success as much as you want to sleep. If you're going to be successful, you've gotta be willing to give up sleep."
"Success is intentional."
"Look up. Get up. And don't ever give up."
"Don't ever let somebody tell you you can't do something."
"It ain't about how hard you hit! It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward! How much you can take and keep moving forward! That's how winning is done! Now if you know what you're worth, then go out and get what you're worth! But you gotta be willing to take the hits and not pointing fingers saying you ain't where you wanna be because of him or her or anybody! Cowards do that and that ain't you! You're better than that!"
Planning out your meals, or at least having an idea, prior to departure for your trip can be pivotal in your healthy lifestyle. Going to an unfamiliar area can turn into a free for all trying to find a healthy restaurant and can lead quickly to unhealthy eating. Before arriving at a restaurant, hotel or airport, snacking on something healthy can prevent travelers from making poor decisions about their meals by curbing some of the temptation. Fruit and nuts are often readily available no matter where one is waiting, dining or staying. By avoiding becoming over-hungry with small healthy snacks full of satiating fiber, burgers, fries, chips and baskets filled with bread may become less tempting. Even when partaking in foods that may not be the healthiest choices, travelers and diners who've snacked on something healthy, may not overindulge as they would on an empty stomach.
Selecting an appropriate hotel constitutes one of the most important considerations, yet to do it properly requires only a little research. I have found reviews from travelers alike to be the most unbiased and honest form of information. I scoured the Internet prior to a recent vacation and managed to find a site that had a list of Las Vegas hotels reviews that led me to finding one with a complete gluten free menu! Imagine being asked to travel to an important business meeting in a city at the opposite end of the country. A preliminary Internet search for “healthy hotels” in that area will generally reveal a number of useful hits; indeed, many contemporary establishments deliberately cater to the health-conscious consumer. Expect variation in terms of gym facilities and catering services; the priority is studying the possibilities and finding optimal solutions.