Beaufort Personal Trainer: Watch Your Words
“Hey! What’s up? It’s Ian Hart. And so I wanted to cover a topic real quick, something that I think is very important and as a coach listening to the client’s words and how they speak is extremely important because typically I can see within a few words where their mindset is at and then how it affects their life and the reason for why they are where they are in their life and in their evolution and path. And so, thoughts and words literally create your reality and so here’s an example.
Subconsciously you get programs by lights, sounds, and images and so sounds are words that carried with a vibration and every word sends a vibration through your body then it creates an action right? so for example most people are a program to say “I need to lose weight” so when you say I need to lose weight, what happens when you lose something… well naturally, unconsciously you want to find it right? you don’t lose things on purpose so unconsciously you’re saying I need to lose weight but deep down inside whatever is lost needs to be found so something like “I’m getting slimmer, leaner or telling yourself everyday I’m getting more healthy and fit” is a different program than “I’m trying to lose weight or I’m losing weight.” Is that makes sense? so if you tell yourself daily “I’m getting in better shape, I’m getting healthier” that’s a program and you slow words that changes how the brain look at things and thinks. So try that instead of saying “I need to lose weight or I need to lose anything” or speaking in that terms. Try to say day by day I’m getting X, Y, and Z. “I’m getting better at eating habits, I’m getting better at being healthy, I’m getting whatever it might be.” So that’s just a little tidbit.
Watch your words because they create your reality typically your thoughts, your emotions create your words and your words also carry with it a equivalent vibrations to those thoughts. So, watching your thoughts and your words will change the reality that you see and so there you go that’s just one tip that will help hopefully. I hope it helps you in being more conscious about your thoughts, your words and your actions.”
Hey EF Fam,
There is a simple formula for success.
Do you want to know what it is?
I thought it was only right to share this on Jan. 1st,
when people tend to make new goals or try to start over fresh.
The formula for success in anything is
COMMITMENT + CONSISTENCY = SUCCESS
People who are committed to a result or outcome will:
- not stop when obstacle come up.
- not make excuses.
- Forego sleep and creature comforts
- put there money where their mouth is (Money is only an exchange of energy, the more energy you put into something the more your commitment level is. When I join coaching programs myself, I want to pay a lot of money because I take it more serious and get better and faster results out of it, plus the quality of the coaching is higher)
- be more focused on the result or outcome
This is why we always ask anyone interested in our training program:
“On a scale of 1-10, how committed are your to achieving your goals?”
We ask this because as coaches we are not magicians.
We need commitment first and foremost to help anyone in any endeavor.
We know if we have a high level of commitment and the
person trains consistently we can get them AWESOME results fast!
John H. (Lost 30 lbs in a month)
So if you are making goals in 2016, ask yourself how committed you
are to the outcome and do you have a plan to make sure that you are
consistent with your actions?
Committed to your success,
P.S. We got super busy before the New Year and only have a few membership spaces open, so if your serious about make a transformation in 2016 reply to this email.
P.P.S. Here are a few people who were committed below, pretty awesome, right?
Alcohol consumption varies around the world but remains a common staple in many cultures. Its use in sacred ceremonies, festivals and social gatherings has been recorded for thousands of years. The benefits and ill-effects have been studied as well, although there still remains some debate about alcohol’s benefits, many of its ill-side effects have been well-documented
Cardiomyopathy results from alcohol abuse, including long-term excessive consumption and binge drinking, by weakening and stretching the heart muscle. The heart loses the ability to pump sufficient blood volume to reach all areas of the body. Organs and tissues become starved for oxygen and develop other complications as a result. Symptoms include swelling in the extremities, fatigue and labored breathing. In advanced cases of chronic alcohol use, heart failure may occur.
Binge drinking as well as chronic alcohol consumption causes hypertension, also called high blood pressure. Hypertension occurs when blood veins and arteries, which are elastic when in a healthy state, become stiff over time, interfering with the optimal flow of blood. In turn, the heart pumps faster to force blood through the circulatory system.
Hypertension may also develop with chronic alcohol use as a result of alcohol’s role as a vasodilator. As a vasodilator, alcohol creates a reaction in peripheral blood vessels, causing the vessels to relax, which allows an increased blood flow to skin and other tissues. This results in a rapid decrease in blood pressure, which causes a compensatory increase in heart rate to provide sufficient blood circulation to the body’s organs.
Alcohol consumption is associated with two types of arrhythmia; atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia. Atrial fibrillation affects the heart’s upper chambers, weakening the heart’s ability to contract efficiently, which can lead to blood clots. Ventricular tachycardia develops when the heart’s muscle cells are damaged from excessive alcohol consumption, causing an increase in electrical signaling. The heart beats too rapidly to distribute blood to other organs and extremities and may result in lightheadedness, unconsciousness or even cardiac arrest. Although alcohol-related arrhythmias are usually associated with chronic alcohol use, sudden death from alcohol-induced arrhythmia can occur in people who binge drink, even if they do not frequently consume alcohol.
Blood clots formed in the heart as a result of alcohol abuse, may cause stroke by blocking blood flow to the brain. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that people who binge drink have a 56 percent greater chance over the course of ten years, of suffering from a stroke, than people who don’t binge. Chronic heavy use also increases chance of stroke because of its relationship to hypertension, cardiomyopathy and arrhythmias, which are all associated with higher incidence of stroke.
Moderate daily alcohol consumption, one drink for women and two drinks for men, may provide some protection against heart disease by reducing fat build-up in the coronary arteries. Moderate drinking also increases HDL levels, or good cholesterol.
In a meta-analysis of several studies reporting the benefits of light to moderate alcohol consumption, principle investigator at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Dr. Djousse, warns that while studies do show some benefit, up to 37% in some cases, more studies need to be conducted. Specifically, several factors should be considered, “the role of drinking patterns, beverage types, genetic variations influencing alcohol metabolism, and the effects of light-to-moderate drinking in predicting mortality and co-morbidity among individuals with HF.” He also adds that without more evidence of benefits, it’s too early to recommend alcohol consumption as a prevention, in light of the potential risks, including alcohol abuse.
Jessica Kane is a professional blogger who is trying to be healthier this year. She currently writes for AEDs Today, a leading supplier of automatic external defibrillators including popular models such as LIFEPAK AEDS.