Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Body Tough, Mind Tough by Jillian Michaels.

By Laura Medina

Since last week concerns the heart and mind, it also spotlight the body.

Celebrity trainer from "The Biggest Loser," Jillian Michaels represents the body at the BOLD Conference.

If Brian Grazer and Deepak Chopra tied the brain to the heart, then Jillian makes the body into a machine then fine tunes it.

She'll be ideal for the intense glare of Awards Season red carpet...and tough love.

Those frustrating last five to ten pounds that nobody can get off; and she did state that fat was stored energy during the lean times before Taco Bell, fast food, and manufactured bread, she calls "vanity pounds."  No holds bar.

Jillian states the difference between sympathy, feeling sorry by self or/and from others; and empathy of putting one into somebody else's shoes.  That's where Jillian Michaels the fitness trainer kicks butt.

As a trainer, she suggests you're better off working on empathy for a client's better and longer fitness results.

With sympathy, she learned the long and hard way, you, the trainer, can't do the work for them because you're depending your personal goals on someone else's energy and effort that aren't your goals.  To reach your goals, you have to focus on your energy and effort.

When her parents were divorcing, her mother put her into a martial arts dojo studio.  The instructor told her, she ain't stepping back into the studio until she quits eating junk food and start eating healthy for a healthy practice.  That flipped her.

Okay, you can take the Cheetos out of the girl, but you can't take the girl out of the Cheetos.

Whether it's fine dining or Cheetos or Taco Bell, calories will always be an unit of energy to her.

She loves snacking on BARE Fruit Chips.  She has a thing for freeze-dried garbanzo beans that resembles Cheetos.

Leave it to Brian Grazer and Deepak Chopra for the heart and mind, let Jillian Michaels kick your ass into shape.

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