Montag, 13. Januar 2020

Change

"Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me."

 - Carol Burnett

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Dienstag, 7. Januar 2020

Bewegung

In stressigen Zeiten denkt man meist zuerst ans Ausruhen und nicht an Bewegung. Doch wer körperlich fit ist, meistert auch Stress-Situationen viel besser. INSIDE beauty hat Fitnesstrainer Jörg Linder nach seinen Empfehlungen für Ernährung und Bewegung gefragt.

Und Ihre Empfehlungen für mehr Bewegung?

Jörg Linder:
Wer Ausdauertraining macht wie Laufen oder Walking, sollte einen Teil des Trainings aus den dunklen Früh- und Abendstunden aufs Wochenende verlegen. Dann kann man sich bei Tageslicht bewegen, was nicht nur mehr Spaß macht, sondern auch gesünder ist, da der Körper u.a. seine Dosis Vitamin D bekommt. Wer früh aufsteht, hat vermutlich einen guten Zeitpuffer und kann sich daher in seinem Morgentraining sowohl um Mobilisation und Beweglichkeit als auch um Kräftigung kümmern. Wer fit und gesund ist, springt noch 5 Minuten Seil und bringt so sein Herz-Kreislauf-System auf Trab.
Wer gern später aufsteht und direkt zur Arbeit geht, hat natürlich ein zeitliches Problem. Sport wird meistens nur in den (dunklen) Abendstunden möglich sein. Ist der Beruf durch eine sitzende Tätigkeit geprägt, sollten Bewegungs-Aufgaben und einige funktionelle Übungen helfen, den Alltag „bewegter“ zu gestalten."


Das vollständige Interview finden Sie hier:

https://www.redspa.de/2019/11/spa/spa-news/fit-uns-leistungsfaehig-insider-tipps-von-fitnesstrainer-joerg-linder/
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JÖRG LINDER AKTIV-TRAINING
Master of Arts in Gesundheitsmanagement und Prävention
Kontakt /Mail: info@aktiv-training.de

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Donnerstag, 2. Januar 2020

Look up at the stars

"Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious."

Stephen Hawking
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Positive thinking

"Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will." 

- Zig Ziglar
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Samstag, 28. Dezember 2019

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Sonntag, 15. Dezember 2019

Merry Christmas 2019

Joyeux Noël 2019

Buon Natale 2019

Merry Christmas 2019

Feliz Navidad 2019

Mutlu Noeller 2019

God Jul 2019

Frohe Weihnachten 2019

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Donnerstag, 3. Oktober 2019

Focus

"......One of the greatest lessons I've learned from weightlifting is that there are 3 simple things that you need for success.
  1. Focus: You can't be good at everything and it's hard to be great at more than one thing, so pick the one thing you're going to become great at and focus on it.
  2. Consistency: Focus is useless if you're only focused every now and then. It's showing up time after time that makes the difference.
  3. Patience: If you're focused and consistent, then let time work for you. Results will come when they come. Focus on the system, not the goal.
George R.R. Martin's creative process employs all three of these methods.

Focus. He writes on a computer without the internet, without social media, without apps or distractions or graphics. But his computer can do one very important thing: type words. And typing words is his craft. That's what he needs to create. He is 100 percent focused on doing the work that matters and he has completely eliminated anything that impedes that goal.

Consistency. Martin was a working writer for twenty years before he sat down to write A Game of Thrones. He worked on shows that were canceled and found himself without a job. He wrote early books that flopped commercially. And I'm willing to bet that if A Song of Ice and Fire was a total dud, then he would have found another way to keep writing. He's not just focused on writing when it's easy. He's focused on writing, plain and simple.

Patience. I'm sure Martin wanted to achieve glorious success and commercial fame just as quickly as we all do. I'm sure he would have liked his first book to sell 25 million copies. I'm sure he didn't want to put in 20 years of work to find commercial success. The difference is that he didn't let the urge for overnight success derail his commitment to daily work. The greatest display of patience is a continued commitment to the process when you're not being rewarded for it yet. ...."

Quelle: James Clear:   

https://jamesclear.com/george-rr-martin

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