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Whether you’re a marathoner, triathlete or a newbie who is looking to get back into shape, everyone is bound to get into an exercise rut. You’ll skip a workout and blame it on vacation, a nagging cold, or a hectic work schedule. Or, maybe you’re stuck in a vicious spiral of negative body image and talked your way out of working out. But that’s no reason to give up on yourself or your health. These are the latest profit singularity ultra edition reviews.

No matter where you get stuck, we’ve got the formula to help you get back on course. Maybe that means adopting a more realistic plan, building out an accountability team or getting good at positive visualization. There are countless ways to set yourself up for workout success! Here are some ways you can fuel the fire that keeps you moving toward your goals.

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Get Your Mind on Board

1. Determine Your “Why”

Before you start any new workout routine, ask yourself why you took a hiatus in the first place. Maybe you were recovering from an injury or sickness. Late nights in the office and family or social obligations can also sidetrack you. Here’s where to start.

2. Find Meaning

Aside from having stronger arms and dropping pant sizes, exercise has other amazing benefits. You feel more energized, have better body confidence and have improved your overall health. Ask yourself: Why do I work out?

3. Switch to Positive Mode

When you envision a goal, it becomes your reality, according to science. Identify your obstacles and come up with strategies on how to overcome them. This resource shows you how. Read more about profit singularity ultra edition.

4. Appreciate Your Body

The human body is a pretty awe-inspiring machine. So don’t limit your exercise expectations to just the stuff you can and can’t see (ahem, abs). Here are 19 reasons to think outside the bod.

5. Quit the Negative Self-Talk

Chances are, you’re harder on yourself than anyone else in your life. But it’s time to reframe those negative thoughts. If you slipped up and had a donut for breakfast, don’t think, “I’m a failure.” Acknowledge that while you may have gone off course today, you will do better tomorrow.

6. Avoid Social Media Comparisons

As great as it is to find inspiration and support on Facebook and Instagram, seeing photos and status updates can trigger unhealthy thoughts or comparisons. Here are other sneaky habits that may sabotage your mental health.

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Create a Plan

7. Start Small

Jumping into an intense routine can lead to disappointment (or worse, injury) when you can’t keep up. These tips show you step-by-step how to put a smart plan together — that you can actually stick to.

8. Put It to Paper

If you want a fun, productive and inspiring way to organize your goals, consider bullet journaling. A classic “BuJo” includes an overview of your yearly goals, a monthly log, a daily log and an index to organize everything. Here’s how.

9. Stay Accountable

If you want it, share it. Talking to your partner, a friend or family member about your goals will make you more likely to follow through. You’ll also have a friendly ear to share your progress and your struggles. Hugs and high fives, FTW.

10. Land a Swole Mate

Whether you’re a member of a running group, a CrossFit box or a yoga tribe, working out with a friend or a group of like-minded people has the benefit of making exercise infinitely more fun. Here are classic signs you’ve found your ride-or-die fitness bestie.

11. Hit DIY Mode

Surrounding yourself with things that remind you of your successes can give you the boost of inspiration you need. And we’re pretty obsessed with these vision boards, banana messages and homemade tea bag quotes you can make at home.

12. Pull Out the Stick

While some people are motivated through rewards, others thrive on avoiding punishment. Learn which motivates you best, the carrot or the stick, so you can pursue your healthy habits accordingly.

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Focus on Small Goals

13. Let Go of Bad Habits

Want to turn your 3 p.m. diet coke addiction into a matcha latte routine? Bad habits can diet hard with the right strategies in place. Follow these expert tips from Keri Glassman, MS, RDN, founder of Nutritious Life.

14. Become a Morning Person

Not to reprimand evening exercisers (squeezing in a workout anytime is awesome!), but being an a.m. fitness buff has its perks. Trust us, you’re going to want to steal these morning routines straight from the pros.

15. Enlist a Task-Master

It can be gratifying to win a bet, especially a healthy one! To help you stay accountable to your goals, make a deal with someone who will help you stick with it. For example, if you lose a certain amount of weight, you’ll get a free facial or massage. Material motivators aren’t a bad thing, especially if they work!

Indy Mayhem Show: Gregory Iron the Podcaster

Gregory Iron returns to chat with us about his latest venture with the Iron-On Wrestling Podcast, his background in communications finally coming out, his experience on the Stone Cold Steve Austin Podcast, wrestling in prisons, motivational speaking with Zach Gowen, and more!

Make sure to subscribe to Iron-On Wrestling on Apple Podcasts and wherever you listen to Podcasts. And give him a five star rating along with one for Indy Mayhem Show!

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Wrestling Mayhem Show 687: Sin Cara For the Kids

This week’s episode brought to you by Indy Wrestling US, Slice on Broadway, Sidekick Media Services, and Pittsburgh Wrestling

We are sorting through piles of wrestling content with Ronnie Starks as we discuss…

  • We talk about WWE RAW Cleveland live
  • Sin Cara and others are for the kids, not us.  Anyone could be their Hulk Hogan.
  • How much wrestling is too much wrestling?  Are we dangerously desensitized to the impact of wrestling?
  • Big Question: What wrestling music gives you a bad reaction?
  • Questionable things in the desert
  • Is Brock Lesnar a real star?
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

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Indy Mayhem Show: To Catch a Predator with Joe Dombrowski and Jimmy Demarco

Joe Dombrowski and Jimmy Demarco reunite on the anniversary of the event that nearly got Pro Wrestling Ohio (later Prime Wrestling) thrown off of television on Sportstime Ohio in 2009.  On PWO Episode 50 they aired a “To Catch a Predator” spoof in which Demarco was attempting to find Gregory Iron’s brother.  We talk at length about the segment, it’s intention, what it was leading to at their biggest event of the year, and it’s lasting legacy as something of a regional independent wrestling urban legend in this hour plus episode!

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Wrestling Mayhem Show 613: The Haunted Ovaries of Mae Young

This week’s episode is brought to you by Slice on Broadway, Occupy Pro Wrestling, and Indy Wrestling US.

It’s the last Tuesday before WrestleMania, which can only mean one thing…PATREON IN THE BANK!  And, it’s a full house for the occasion.  In addition to being joined by a special guest, Todd DeFazio of Idiot Radio, we’ve got Bobby, Billy F’n Johnson, Larry, Sorg, and Mad Mike talking about:

  • We attended RAW and Smackdown last week (which meant no live show on Podcast Day) so we’re running through our brief thoughts heading into WrestleMania.
  • We’re talking some NXT Takeover as we head into WrestleMania!
  • Is John Cena emoting the same feeling as being turned down at the high school dance or a kid throwing a tantrum? ARE WE SEEING A HEEL TURN ON THE HORIZON?
  • It’s astounding the number of WWE guys without contracts around WrestleMania time…
  • Anyone else notice The Miz’ post-baby glow?
  • Is there a WrestleMania match that’s booked that you can do without?
  • With all the matches booked for WrestleMania, we’re talking about which ones we see winding up as the main event.
  • More Brain Strowman please!
  • It’s officially MayhemMania time. Since it’s the last show before WrestleMania it’s time for Patreon in the Bank!
  • We are eliminating the hell out of Randy Orton in this segment of MayhemMania.
  • Apparently there’s not enough carnage on our MayhemMania card?
  • AJ may have just booked a MayhemMania match with a Hair vs Hair match of RAW v Smackdown women.
  • Matt has a MayhemMania list of cast-offs in a Cleveland cup. It seems so appropriate as our punishment options.
  • We’ve had so many changes to the MayhemMania card that we need to have a refresher halfway through to clarify what we’ve even booked.
  • Billy is using his god-like power as a Pizza Club Patreon supporter to blow this MayhemMania card up.
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Thanks to Tonio Garza (@TheWRevolution) for putting together graphics for MayhemMania.

Heading to WrestleMania?  If you see a Mayhemmer, say hi!  If that Mayhemmer’s Mad Mike, give him a chop and send us a pic or video clip.  We’ll include it on next week’s show!

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Wrestling Mayhem Show 605: The Return of Mayhem Mania

It’s a full house this week as we’ve got Sorg, Larry, Bobby, Mad Mike, Billy, and Mainstream Matt in studio. As a special treat, comedian Jaye Cooper joins us as we kick off Mayhem Mania! This week’s show is packed. We’re a few days removed from NXT Takeover, the Royal Rumble, and a host of other wrestling shows over the weekend – which means we have a TON to talk about:WMS

  • The worst thing for Sorg – when he can’t recognize local wrestlers in their street clothes.
  • So much rumbling happened this weekend! We’re giving our thoughts.
  • Royal Rumble appearance of Rey Mysterio confused us after watching the last season of Lucha Underground.
  • We have mixed reviews of the return of The Hurricane from Royal Rumble.
  • We’re crossing the wrestling streams because of NJPW, WWE, and IMPACT happenings and shuffles.
  • We’re fans of all kinds of wrestling.
  • OH: I met him one time at a funeral…
  • Welcome to Wrestle Kingdom two years ago WWE fans.
  • The Women’s Rumble exceeded many of our expectations.
  • Sorg wants a Total Taker show with Undertaker and Michelle McCool.
  • We’re following the #JacobsForMayor campaign, because Kane.
  • Royal Rumble had matches other than rumbly things. Things happened.
  • Braun Strowman teaching Alexa Bliss how to flip a car is the best thing ever.
  • Mad Mike was in the same building as Ray Rowe, Ricochet, and EC3 this weekend.
  • We’re rebranding Ricochet as Rick O’Shea so he can keep his name.
  • Mad Mike and Larry are teaming up to take on War Machine for the Tag Titles.
  • We’re talking some NXT Takeover and Johnny Wrestling.
  • We’re talking some Kassius Ohno options with NXT.
  • Holy $#!% Adam Cole match at NXTTakeover.
  • As big a night Royal Rumble was for Japan, NXT Takeover was just as big for Cleveland.
  • This week’s Big Question: Who left from IMPACT Wrestling do you want to see pop up in WWE?
  • It’s Mayhem Mania time!
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?
  • We learned collaboratively that Jaye Cooper thinks he can take on Ray Rowe. (For the record – we vehemently disagree.)

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Wrestling Mayhem Show 474: John Cena’s a Flood

John Cena is a flood - kevin owens - wrestling mayhem showThis week on Wrestling Mayhem Show 474, we talk all the latest headlines and more in pro wrestling, including:

  • Dusty Rhodes memories
  • Kevin Owens being a top guy in WWE
  • The Big Question: What current WWE wrestler would you remove to make the product better?
  • TNA Impact’s scheduling
  • What we learned from wrestling

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Calls from Mayhemers: Big Freaky Says Go to Cleveland

As we talked about back on WMS 199, we get these voicemails that are sometimes too long to be listening to on the show.  Big Freaky has been a regular caller for quite a few weeks, so we wanted to make sure to give him his time.

In response, we will be trying to keep a closer eye on Chikara. If you’re not aware of it, Chikara has a great Podcast to see exactly what they’re about first hand. And yes, plans willing, maybe you’ll see some Mayhemers up there.

As for the timeliness of our Indie coverage, we agree about the advance planning for these shows, and have been working to expand our coverage for several months. We run into a few issues.

  1. If we covered all of the Indie promotions we wanted to as far out as this Cleveland Chikara show is, we’d spend far too long just covering the dates every week.  Basically, we hope to give as good of a glimpse as possible into these groups so that our fans can discover and follow them as well.  The ease of this can vary depending on the talent behind the promotion’s web team.
  2. Sometimes, there’s not that much to say about Indies.  If there’s no news, no new matches, etc, it’s just not on our radar.  It’s hard to have a discussion amongst us if only one of us are watching a particular fed.
  3. We are continually approaching talent and will certainly put Chikara talent on the list, as we get familiarized with them.

Wrestling Mayhem Show 193: Super Mexi-Can’t

Tonight, we are joined by returning friend of the show, Ray Rowe to talk about his stint in International Wrestling Cartel leading up to Norm Connor’s last show with the company in December, his upcoming match with TNA Wrestling’s “Super Mex” Hernandez at IWC November Pain 5 November 14, and his match with John McChesney November 25 in Firestorm  Pro Wrestling.  Sorg and  DJLunchbox get connected despite technical failings and talk TNA, WWE, Pay Per View changes, and much, much more!

This is Episode 193 for Tuesday, November 10, 2009. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed from 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.comand Let us know what you think of the show, and your thoughts on the wrestling world by emailing us at [email protected]! Don’t forget you can find links related to the show’s news stories and more at our Delicious Links Page for Episode 193!

Wrestling Mayhem Show 190: Will Humble You

Sorg and DJLunchbox level a barrage of Voicemails and Fanmails at the beginning of the show and answer some tough questions.  Then, we are joined by “The Passion” John Thorne to educate ourselves on Absolute Intense Wrestling in Cleveland, and their next show, Dragged to Hell, on October 23.  LB then breaks the news on what WWE is doing right on RAW, Shane McMahon’s departure, and we talk Bragging Rights.  Then, we are joined by WrestleFan and Mad Mike to talk about TNA Bound for Glory, and what’s being done right and wrong from here on with them.

This is Episode 190 for Tuesday, October 20, 2009. You can get the episode here on Talkshoe, subscribe, and as always, stay tuned for the latest! The Wrestling Mayhem Show is recorded live and can be heard/viewed from 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern on Talkshoe.comand Let us know what you think of the show, and your thoughts on the wrestling world by emailing us at [email protected]! Don’t forget you can find links related to the show’s news stories and more at our Delicious Links Page for Episode 190!

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