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Category: Psychology

Stay plugged in to #theEPICLife with the the latest nutrition & training tips, success stories, and motivational content.



 

How To Overcome Your Weight Loss Plateau

13.03.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

No one said it would be easy. Hitting your target weight goals can be tough! And it can be incredibly discouraging when you’ve lost a bunch of weight, your energy has increased, you are sleeping better, everything seems to be going great … and then it stops. Hitting a weight loss plateau isn’t totally uncommon though! You are not alone. T...

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How To Reflect On & Track Your Goals

06.02.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

February is traditionally the time of year when people get the blues. Not only does it feel like winter may never end but we’re starting to recuperate from indulging over the holidays and shorter days lend to lower energy levels. That makes it no surprise then that this is also about the time of year when people start to fall off track wi...

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Self-Care Goals and Why You Should Make Them

22.01.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

In writing our last blog about resolutions (shameless plug!) there was one thought that kept cropping up. Although we support and feel that it is important to set goals in all four of our foundational pillars (Functional Training, Holistic Nutrition, Nature, and Self-Care), we can’t help but feel that every kind of goal set, at its root, ...

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How to Overcome Your Sleep Issues

16.10.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

Did you know that a giraffe needs less than two hours of sleep per day? For most of us, that sounds like a dream- just think of how much more you could get done! For the giraffe, however, this is a safety precaution so they can stay on high alert for predators and they only manage to get about 5 minutes of shut-eye at a time. That sounds ...

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How to Overcome an Inability to Focus

14.08.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

We’ve all been there. Even for the highest-performing go-getters, the best intentions to stay on task don’t necessarily mean that the task will be completed. Every so often we all have the tendency to fall into a lull or a fog of absentmindedness. Our head may not be clear, we are distracted, inattentive, overwhelmed even, and unfocused. ...

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