Rugged Fitness Podcast

This podcast is dedicated to helping individuals reach their health and fitness goals.

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Jun 3rd, 2016 by RuggedFitness at 12:56 pm

People often question which is more important for weight loss, exercise or nutrition.  What role does exercise play in weight loss?  Is exercise alone enough to see results?  In this episode, Coach Dani discusses finding the right formula for losing weight.

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May 17th, 2016 by RuggedFitness at 7:36 pm

In this episode, Coach Dani discuses some of the simple techniques she teaches in our Weight Loss Workshop that will help you to moderate your meal portion sizes without having to go through the trouble of counting calories.  For more tips on weight loss or to get info on one of our upcoming workshops, you can contact Coach Dani at Danielle.Weeks@areyourugged.com

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Mar 4th, 2016 by RuggedFitness at 2:29 pm

In order to become what you want to be, you have to embrace the process of change. In his book "Intentional Living", author and motivational speaker John Maxwell discusses that when starting your journey of change you should "Dream big, but start small".  This is a very important concept in the world of health and fitness because all too often people jump into programs that are a dramatic change from their normal life.  This can create a lot of stress and friction resulting in the type of failures that cause them to lose faith in their ability to change.

In this episode Coach Brian talks about the idea of building up Momentum when making healthy lifestyle changes.  The simple process of setting small manageable goals upon which you can generate positive momentum could ultimately be the difference between success and failure. 

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Mar 4th, 2016 by RuggedFitness at 2:25 pm

In this episode Coach Brian discusses a concept that we call the 4 Pillars of Health which include Movement, Nutrition, Mindset & Recovery.  We teach our members to try and balance these 4 areas of their life in order to be more successful in achieving their goals.  You can read more about it on our 4 Pilliars of Health Rugged Blog post and there's also a link to our YouTube video introducing the topic.

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Jan 22nd, 2015 by RuggedFitness at 1:52 pm

In this episode Coach Brian discusses the difference between training and working out, as well as the benefits to having a structured training program including goals and measures of success along the way. 

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Jun 3rd, 2014 by RuggedFitness at 2:07 pm

In this episode Coach Brian talks about a common excuse we hear for not exercising "I'm too old".  People make the common mistake of blaming age for their lack of physical ability or their daily aches and pains, when in reality those things are occurring because of either a lack of activity or perhaps just the wrong activities.

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Mar 11th, 2014 by RuggedFitness at 4:34 pm

In this episode Coach Brian talks about taking personal responsibility for your exercise and nutrition decisions, and the idea that nothing is "off limits" but everything comes with positive and negative consequences.

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Feb 18th, 2014 by RuggedFitness at 5:29 pm

In this episode Coach Brian discusses the process of goal setting.  He discusses the difference between Outcome Goals and Behavioral Goals, as well as the importance of visualizing your objectives and following the SMART acronym when setting the goals.


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Feb 6th, 2014 by RuggedFitness at 3:55 pm

In this first episode of the Rugged Fitness Podcast, owner and head strength coach Brian Ayers, CSCS discusses the topic of properly setting your expectations when beginning a new exercise or nutrition program in order to avoid the pitfalls and failures of trying to incorporate too many changes too quickly. 

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