Body Over Mind Mood follows action. Motion creates emotion. Move and be moved. The benefits of taking action transcends the body and transforms the mind. "Feeling down? You'll be fine, just get your ass moving!" Me:“What an utter load of horse shit” As a psychology graduate, this didn’t come easy. Enter the body It was late 2017, … Continue reading The Art of Changing Your Mind With Your Body
I write this post for myself: A reminder that no matter how low things turn out in future break ups, I have gone through it before, and I have taken these steps to get out of it. "You can do it again, noob". I’ve always been hesitant to give advice online, I think everyone has … Continue reading The 6-Step Heartbreak Recovery and Protection Guide
I swear, WordPress is a bitch (will I get banned writing this). Can't seem to create seperate tabs for Videos and All articles. Anyway, a lousy excuse for the lack of writing: At this point of time, between running workshops and attempting to be working on a book project, I'm depleted of motivation to write on … Continue reading Content Left Right Center
Never have I seen an exercise EXPLODE like the deadlift. I frequent several gyms that had members queuing for machines, to members queuing up Olympic bars. While I think it's a huge step forward (minus the unnecessary weight slamming and cringe-worthy technique), there are several misconceptions that needs addressing when it comes to the "The … Continue reading Do you need to Deadlift?
After a journey through 101, 102, and 103, you should have this concept tattooed on your forearm ingrained in mind: Calorie is King Over and over again, research (and research and research) has proven the importance being in a caloric deficit to lose weight. To lose weight, eat below what you expend. To gain weight, eat more than what you … Continue reading Nasi Lemak & Fitness 104: “Clean” vs Calories