Hey LIFER’S!
When Do You Feel Your Best?
You know those moments when you feel fully alive, confident, sexy, desired and ready to take on the world? It’s in these moments that you want your euphoria to last forever, knowing at that exact moment nothing can stop you?
Would you trade that feeling for a piece of cheesecake? The obvious answer is no, but the truth is that we do it all the time. Oprah says (one of my favorite O-quotes) “No food taste as good as thin feels.” So why do we sacrifice the glorious feeling of invincibility…the joy of being sexy and getting noticed? The answer is different for different people, but it all boils down to which voice on our shoulder we choose to listen to.
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If we want to listen to the “good” voice that reminds us of our confidence, sexiness and freedom, we will feel our best. If we listen to the “bad” voice that makes excuses like stress, social pressure or lack of time to eat…or even worse, tells us it’s okay to say “F-it,” we will continue to feel much less than our best.
If listening to the “good” voice were easy, we’d all look and feel fantastic. It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible. In fact, all we need is the ability to hear it…more importantly, we need someone who can teach us how.
LIF Founder and Life Coach Eric Viskovicz is that someone. He teaches that there are 4 critical keys that will help you feel your best in order to be your best.
1.  Visualization- If you can’t envision it before you see it, it can never manifest. Eric says you must picture in your mind the perfect body, a healthy mind, a good life, and replay those images daily meditating on them to give you a new focus and concentration.
2. Internal Dialog – After you have a vision in your mind, the right internal voice will give you the posture to be successful. What do you say to yourself about yourself? What words do you allow others to tell you that affect how you think and feel? The right or wrong internal dialog will be pivotal in helping you reach your goals.
3. Self Coaching – Eric believes that the first coach you have should be yourself. You can pay for all the personal training and life coaching in the world, but no one will be with you in the middle of the night, when you stand at the fridge with a container of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. You have to be able to visualize your goals, speak to yourself and coach yourself out of the situation.
4. Motivation – Last it is all about motivation. Eric says that every day you should be your number-one cheerleader. Get on social media and surround yourself with positive quotes and sayings. Get up everyday and make a determination of how you will feel. Motivation will sustain you when you feel like your strength is failing you.
The angel and the devil want very different things for you, but they have one thing in common: they’re both you. The good news is, if you follow Eric’s keys and practice them daily, the angel voice will drown out all the negative thoughts, voices and feelings that keep you from having what you want the most: to feel your best.

Saskia

It all starts with a need then comes the desire and the courage to make the first step. Live In Fitness provides everything you need to stay strong along the way, but it’s you the one who makes the difference, it’s you the one that will stand at the end of the road proud of your hard work. Looking back at those old days that have got you here and more then ever, willing to live.

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Matt

It all starts with a need then comes the desire and the courage to make the first step. Live In Fitness provides everything you need to stay strong along the way, but it’s you the one who makes the difference, it’s you the one that will stand at the end of the road proud of your hard work. Looking back at those old days that have got you here and more then ever, willing to live.

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NicoleNicole

“I’ve learned to make choices and plan.  During my stay I was able to accomplish things I never thought possible…running, spinning, sprinting, hiking and much, much more.  Had the time of my life! Thanks!!”

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Obum came to us at a booming 401 pounds.  He was a defensive lineman from the University of Maryland and after graduating he realized he had piled on some weight. 

Obum was athletic from day one.  Obviously his background taught him that hard work and dedication pay off.  In five months he lost 131 pounds and 80.25 inches.  He looked like a completely different person.

Obum has kept every pound of his weight loss off and contributes that fact to the hard working trainers and Eric, the owner of LIFE.  He says that the staff ‘s personal touch really drove him to be the best version of himself… so sweet!  After Obum’s mother passed away, his sister told him that nothing made her happier than seeing him when he back from LIFE.  She felt that LIFE gave him a new lease on LIFE.