By Jesse Kepka
NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Coach and Corrective Exercise Specialist
National Academy of Sports Medicine released an article by Josh Elsesser explaining a new approach to behavior change when it comes to Health and Fitness.
Nobody likes to be told they can’t or shouldn’t be doing something, when it comes to bad habits. Josh’s approach combines a sort of brain hack with positivity that will leave you feeling empowered and able to succeed, long-term. I think it could also be useful in other areas of our lives as well, that need a little sprucing. Be creative, be strong and be intentional.
See this post: https://blog.nasm.org/fitness/habit-stacking
Tip shared by Jesse Kepka, NASM-certified personal trainer, corrective exercise specialist and owner of Elevate Fitness. Jesse is a co-organizer for Priority Fit Camp. Each week, we publish a health and wellness tip that is shared at the Priority Fit Camp community workout. The free group class happens every Saturday at 7:50 a.m.Click for more info on the free Saturday group workout.