Can You Be Overweight & Healthy?

By Aaron Morton

In this article I’m going to answer whether you can be overweight AND healthy?  I am going to seek to answer this question from two angles: 1 Someone who is overweight and seeking to downplay the effects of being overweight. 2 Someone who is gradually getting heavier and concerned about their future. Table of ContentsI […]

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What Dieters Get Wrong & How To End The Yo-Yo Diet Cycle

By Aaron Morton

Admit it, you’d prefer to never go on a diet ever again. Can you recall the crushing frustration you experienced the moment you realised another diet had failed? Table of ContentsThe Problem With Diet Advice;The Frustration To Be SlimThe Diet Is NOT ImportantWhere Diets Go WrongThe Most Common Dieting Mistakes1 Short-termism2 Fixated on one weightInstead […]

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How To Lose Weight Effectively – A Comprehensive Guide

By Aaron Morton

Table of ContentsIntroductionGet Off Yo-Yo DietingFirstly semantics: Weight Loss vs. Fat LossHow To Tell Whether Fat Loss or Weight Loss?What affects weightThe Calorie ModelThe Carb-Insulin ModelEnergy Expenditure: Calories outBasal Metabolic Rate (BMR)Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT)Thermic Effect of Food (TEF):Exercise Energy Expenditure (EEE):Start where you are to lose weightHow to measure your energy requirementsStep 1: Find […]

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5 Vital Principles To Eliminate Knee Pain

By Aaron Morton

In this article, I’m going to lay out the foundation of how you can avoid the frustration of knee pain. I also provide exercises you can use to limit your chances of getting knee injuries Table of ContentsRunners Knee & When Knees Go BadWhat Is The Cause Of Knee Pain?The Knee StructureThe Movement of The […]

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Willpower Is A Myth & Why Change Can Be Hard.

By Aaron Morton

Confidence involves change. It might be a thought, a behaviour and/or a different way of looking at the world. Sometimes this can be hard and some consider this a result of ‘no willpower’. In this video, I explain a concept that shows you why some people never quite get the change they want. In this short […]

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How To Build Confidence After Failure

By Aaron Morton

Want to know when the most crucial time is following a set back, failure or mistake? The 48 hours following the realisation it’s not going according to plan! I have a number of guilty pleasures when it comes to TV viewing, one of which is ‘first dates’. It is a TV show where two people […]

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My Confidence Definition Deconstructed

By Aaron Morton

In my journey exploring confidence and working with people to increase confidence, I have come across a number of definitions to answer the question, ‘what is confidence’? There are quite a few, which is understandable considering, first and foremost confidence is subjective. Whilst there are societal norms of what confidence ‘looks’ like (even though these […]

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Why Confidence Boosters Are Short Term Band Aids

By Aaron Morton

In the old superhero cartoons there would always be a scene where the superhero needed to boost their energy in order to fight the bad guy. Popeye would have spinach, power rangers would have enhancement modes and Prince Adam to He-man by drawing in the power of castle Grayskull. With confidence, there are also ‘boosters’ […]

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How To Be More Confident In 3 Easy Steps

By Aaron Morton

Can you remember your first driving lesson? If yours was like mine, it was one of the most nerve racking and tense experiences of my young life. Fists so tight, the whites of my knuckles piercing through my skin, as I gripped the steering wheel. Afraid to make any decisions for fear that I’d stall […]

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