Posts in the Category "Motivation"


Opportunity Cost

“the unrealized flow of utility from the alternatives a choice displaces” (Frederick, Novemsky, Wang, Dhar, & Nowlis, 2009). I saw this on a blog yesterday (credit to Justin Kompf and Tony Gentilcore) and I thought it was great and “on point”. To reach (even maintain) health and physique goals, there are choices-a lifestyle design-which must.. Read more →


Trainers manage programs. Coaches manage people.

The quote in the attached Picture comes from our leader, Erik Ledin. At LBC, we are a team of coaches. Coaches manage people. Trainers manage programs. With proper coaching, the program is built to the client, where as trainers simply plug a client into a program. We at LBC certainly play all the roles that.. Read more →


Coach Steph’s analogy for fat loss

My family plays a game on the phone called Clash Royal. All of us play together and it is really fun to challenge each other and/or work together. I have a point, I promise. The goal of the game is to take down the towers of the other team by playing a character card. Each.. Read more →


What gets measured gets managed

This is undoubtably one of my favorite quotes as it pertains to training and nutrition. Name ONE area of your life where being LESS precise and dialed in yields better results. Can you? I can’t. Those who follow their meal plans, with lazor focus, quantify their intake, track their meals for compliance and have a.. Read more →


What is true coaching?

I came across the quote below the other day, and it really resonated with me because it pretty much encompasses what we do here at LBC. “The term coaching typically refers to methods of helping others to improve, develop, learn new skills, find personal success, achieve aims and to manage life change and personal challenges… Read more →


Are you focused on the outcome or the journey?

Are you focused on the outcome or the journey? Many people put their focus on the ‘end zone’ when they get ‘there’ but the reality is you need to focus on the steps and behaviors to get you there. The greatest pleasures come not in reaching the goal but what you did and how you.. Read more →