How to Stay Motivated

July 28th, 2014 by | No Comments



Hey we get it, you start out with a goal in mind and nothing’s gonna stop you from achieving it. But, before you know it time comes and goes and nothing changes. Don’t bury your shamed head in the sand, cause we’ve been there and haven’t done that more times than we can count. We have found some ways to keep ourselves motivated, and we’re sharing them below.

1. Get the Help You Need

It’s been said before, “it takes a village”, and that sentiment can be very true for helping you stay motivated. If you have a goal to lose 50 pounds, it can be hard to keep motivated all on your lonesome.  There’s professionals to help you reach your weight lose goals, and the extra team members can keep you on track.

2. Visualize a Big Picture

You will never accomplish anything without first having a “low moment”. It’s during these moments that you have to keep a big picture in mind! Visualize yourself reaching your goal and day dream your way through those tough times.

3.  Buy Yourself a Push Present

Keep in mind a gift you want to earn and then earn it! We’re not above buying our favorite dress in the size we’re working towards. Nothing feels sweeter than when that baby fits.

4. Celebrate Your Success

There’s always light at the end of the tunnel and you may as well make the end of that tunnel a huge party to celebrate your hard earned success. If you’re looking for a way to glory in your accomplishments we can promise you the party of your lifetime. Come get RAD with us, so we can be a part of your triumph!


10,000 Steps to Fitness

July 23rd, 2014 by | 78 Comments

Working out can be hard, but it’s 2014 and there are a lot of ways to help you reach your everyday fitness goals. One of our favorite fitness friends is the Fitbit; it tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned. And to make your life even easier it will connect to your computer/smartphone and help keep you on a healthy track the whole day long.

Fitbit encourages users to get 10,000 steps a day, which is about 5 miles. It will keep track of your daily progress and it can even make it a friendly competition with your fellow Fitbit followers. You’d be amazed at the motivation that comes from seeing your mother outstep you; it’s enough to leave your car behind for the next grocery store run. Whether you’re starting your fitness journey or need a little boost to kick it up, the Fitbit’s estimating calorie counter and accountable steps can help take you there.


Mellow Yellow

July 21st, 2014 by | 2 Comments


The color yellow loves a challenge, particularly a mental challenge. It is the color that resonates with the logical side of the brain stimulating our mental powers and creating new mental abilities.  Surround yourself with yellow before a brain storm  because yellow inspires original thought and inquisitiveness. If yellow is your favorite color you analyze everything and are very methodical in your thinking. We’ll give you a decision to make that’s easy, sign up and get your RAD on.