My Trigger Worked. Here’s What Happened…

March 27, 2014 in Exercise

On Monday, I told you about a new bet I placed on myself to stay accountable and finally get to the gym multiple times a week. Guess what? It’s working. Even when I don’t want it to. I’ve been checking in to the gym 5 of the last 7 days — but most days, even […]

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Your Turn To Hold Me Accountable (My Bets)

March 23, 2014 in Exercise

One surprising aspect of running a blog partially dedicated to habit change — and creating a product to help people change their behaviors — is that it’s still just as hard for me to change my own behaviors sometimes. Part of it could be due to what’s described as “expert blindness.” Essentially, when you’re constantly […]

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When “Just Do It” Isn’t The Answer

February 26, 2014 in Exercise

Nike loves to make me feel horrible. For the second consecutive day in a row, the low is 10 degrees and you know what — sometimes, I just don’t feel like moving. But then I see commercials like this, and at 6am, with the brutal cold rattling my bones, somehow, I muster the energy to […]

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Wow! 80% of Hack the Habit Participants Achieved Their Goal

February 22, 2014 in Exercise

  Some of you may not be aware that, behind the scenes, I’ve been running a private invitation-only program called Hack the Habit, where a small group of HtS readers are collaborating with accountability partners to change their behaviors and install one new habit in 30 days. The first group just finished, and the results […]

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Learn about the Paleo Diet, Habits, and Health at PaleoCon!

January 23, 2014 in Exercise

[tl;dr; — watch me and other experts talk about diet at PaleoCon. Click here to register, I’ll be presenting next week.] Nothing has improved my fitness more than the Paleo Diet. Yesterday, I found a photo of myself from a year ago. Prepare your eyes, it’s disgusting.   I took that photo in January, 2013. […]

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