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No matter how dedicated you are, we all need a little extra push from time to time. We asked followers on MyFitnessPal’s Facebook page for their favorite motivational quotes that keep them going. Here are 21 of our favorites that will inspire and power you through 2017.

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What’s New From Our Blog Inspiration is something we need on a daily basis. Read our blog and inspire yourself. Partners’ meetings – discussing project outcomes in Brno. Dec 4, 2017 Explore Amanda Hankins’s board “Couch Potato to 5k”, followed by 133 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Treadmill workouts, Treadmill workout, I work out.

on the sofa being a couch potato, because he is home with me and not out at the bar. for the teenager, who is complaining about doing dishes, because it means she is at home and not on the street. for the taxes i pay, because it means i am employed. for the mess to clean after a party, because it means i have been surrounded by friends. Follow me on Google+ For Updates!: ☞http://goo.gl/NY7Tl9 ENM Chill & Relax http://enm.link/C. No need to call the psychic hotline—couch potatoes face a pretty dreary future. If you’re a confirmed couch potato you know what that means.

You’re unfit. You’re flabby. You don’t feel.

Grow Back Your Receding Gums In No Time With The Help Of These Natural Remedies ( 478 ) The Amazing Spiritual Nature Of Breasts ( 460 ) Couch Potato No More: How The Benefits Of Exercise Transfer To The Brain ( 454 ) List of Martial. 12 Tips to Get Your Couch Potato Moving. By Sarah Henry. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids get no more than one to two hours of screen time a day, whether that’s watching. 14.

You can’t spend your life explaining yourself to people. You really need to learn to ignore a lot of things that people say about you. 15.

Laziness isn’t merely a physical phenomenon, about being a couch potato, stuffing your face with fries and watching cricket all day. It’s a mental thing, too, and that’s the part I have never aspired for. Explore MoveMe Quotes’s board “Goal Setting Quotes”, followed by 24696 people on Pinterest.

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These are quotes that I found moving and helpful and that I think we could all benefit from incorporating into our lives.

“365 Quotes to Live Your Life By: Powerful, Inspiring, & Life-Changing Words of Wisdom to Brighten Up Your Days” by I. C. Robledo
from 365 Quotes to Live Your Life By: Powerful, Inspiring, & Life-Changing Words of Wisdom to Brighten Up Your Days
by I. C. Robledo
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It quotes Elizabeth Dunn, a psychology professor from the University of British Columbia: “It’s better to go on a vacation than buy a new couch.”

“The Business of Sharing: Making it in the New Sharing Economy” by Alex Stephany
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Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2015

I find that when I’m exercising that one of these quotes will often pop into my mind—always at the moment that I need it most.

“The Athlete's Way: Training Your Mind and Body to Experience the Joy of Exercise” by Christopher Bergland
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If you are stuck in a rut or an unpleasant situation (such as sloth) Metz advises moving “twenty-seven objects in your home that have not been moved in the last year” which will “enhance your ability to move forward in life.”

“Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort of Joy” by Sarah Ban Breathnach
from Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort of Joy
by Sarah Ban Breathnach
Grand Central Publishing, 2008

“When we want to move, we want to move for life.

“Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul” by H. G. Wells
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by H. G. Wells
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“But you have to have a goal, don’t you, or at least a reason to live,39 something to keep you moving?” he said, as if in a colloquy with himself.

“The Browns of California: The Family Dynasty that Transformed a State and Shaped a Nation” by Miriam Pawel
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by Miriam Pawel
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“There was a fine balance between working at the gym and building my business, but at the end of the day I came to LA to build a self-sustaining brand, to work for myself and change lives,” Eddie said.

“Hustle Believe Receive: An 8-Step Plan to Changing Your Life and Living Your Dream” by Sarah Centrella, Ed Mylett
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Doug won’t buy it: “Yes, I’ve been here fourteen years, but I’ve had seven jobs.

“The Dip: A Little Book that Teaches You when to Quit (and when to Stick)” by Seth Godin
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Portfolio, 2007

Once I had a new place, I was motivated to have new — and better — furniture.

“Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive, Live Happy: 101 Stories about Creating Your Best Life” by Amy Newmark, Deborah Norville
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“It’s lucky for us that you’re only dreaming; because if people go to moving that far, real estate values in the old residence part of town are going to be stretched pretty thin.”

“The Magnificent Ambersons” by Booth Tarkington, Arthur William Brown
from The Magnificent Ambersons
by Booth Tarkington, Arthur William Brown
Doubleday, Page & Company, 1920

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  • I know this video is a bit old and I probably watched it already, but I just wanna say I love you! Listening to your advice definitely makes me feel better S2

  • that part when you said “You can find inspiration in everything”, I whispered “It’s you Rowena, it’s you who brought me out of my doom days and it’s you who inspired me”. I love you Ro <3

  • I just started watching some of your older videos (like this one!), and honestly, I couldn’t love an internet stranger more lol. So refreshing to see a kindred spirit, and a smart, independent lady on YouTube for a change. Thanks for reminding me that good people do still exist in this world. Best wishes.

  • BT Instagram is kinda my own dream board coz i m too lazy to make one by hand so i follow only those people or organisations who inspire to do thinngs that i want to in the near future like goals…is it still bad?

  • May I say that the thumbnail to this video is *everything*, LMAO. It’s so cute. You’re so cute! But also super wise and encouraging. <3

  • Well Well Well!!! I’ve not long come across your channel but WOW you’re so watchable!! I’ve been binging all of last night! And although this video says a lot to help, I found a mixture of various videos has helped get me off the sofa and get stuff done! I was carrying my phone around, with your videos on all evening and it changed my night of wanting to not do anything in to getting up, tidying up, cooking some dinner, drinking some water, painting my nails, practising some more calligraphy, getting to bed at a reasonable time, planning my clothes and picking a workout for the morning, setting the alarm early and ACTUALLY getting up, getting a workout done, shower and ready for work feeling like a right go-getter!! Haha! THANK YOU, ROWENA! <3

  • Hey! I recently discovered your channel and I absolutely LOVE it! Thank you very much. I’ve been very confused about life in general and you’ve helped me a lot. So, thank you! And I’m also an ARMY! Yayy

  • ROWENA thank you so much for your videos <3 you might not know this but you are helping SO many people who are struggling, myself included. thank you for taking your time to help us through our tough days:') it gives me some hope

  • Holy smokes the segment on the Ultradian Rhythms. I have done so much trial and error on daily routines and what time to allocate to doing what.
    RECENTLY. I adopted a routine where I get up at 5am (I am a lark for sure). then i chill and read a book (sometimes its history books or ya know stuff that’ll educate me) until 6.30am (by then its brighter outside and im happier) then I do yoga until 7am, shower, eat breakfast then when I’ve already achieved a lot, and also chilled a lot (GUYS BALANCE IS KEY TO LIFE I LITERALLY HAVE SO MANY TATTOOS FOCUSED ON THE IDEA OF BALANCE) I start to study for 1 hour, relax for 15-20 minutes and repeat a few times between breakfast and dinner then, if by then I’ve achieved my bitesize goals for the day, I get to potato it out all evening. I’m Shook. ULTRADIAN RHYTHMS MAN <3

  • This motivated me so much! Thank you! Just found your channel and I really love it. You seem like such a great person. ����������☕️

  • I was cleaning while listening to you!!! Lol in put out out ♻️ thank you. Love when u do videos on life hacks / being productive!!

  • Hello fellow lazy potatoes! Do you like hanging in the shower or bath for far too long? Is the hot water running out along with your hope and time? Introducing taking a bath with a book! Congratulations! You can now stay in the bathtub as long as you want without regrets. Have fun becoming a knowlegable, lazy, prune.

  • Once I clicked on ur video, my strong intent to click out was pushing me. But u kept me in because what u say is so true on a psychological level since I’ve seen so many advice before when it doesn’t click to me. But holy shizzle, this helped the tf out thanks for making this video

  • Dr. Andreas, I just want to say thank you so much for being so passionate about the #healthyliving lifestyle. I have seen most of your videos and there isn’t one that does not offer amazing advice.
    Also, thank you for offering your personal experiences as an example for us to see that there really is no excuse to making healthy changes. Cannot wait to see you on stage once again.

  • I have a problem of listening to and watching exo videos all the time �� especially since they came back yesterday with another album it’s so hard

  • Lol I came here for the advice and hit subscribe when I saw the BTS symbol in your first graphic. Yay for adults who fangirl over BTS! But seriously thank you for your advice!!!

  • A few years ago I read about a study where the number of servings of fruits and veggies consumed the prior day correlated with today’s mood. I believe our thoughts have a much greater affect as they can facilitate or hinder cellular communication.

  • Thanks Rowena. Very helpful. Have you learned of any research that substantiates that there are also longer-term cycles that operate, say for every # weeks of high productivity, you benefit from a week of rest?

  • So this is actually me, being a productive potato �� several months after you made this vid. You’re so kind to freely offer such genuine support and kindness to people you don’t know. Thank you for making this channel and videos. You’re awesome ��

  • Your channel is inspiration. Like visiting a friend who gets you. I make a cup of earl grey tea & settle in. Totally agree re potatohood if done with intent. I have expanded my knowledge this way & filled up inner self. Thru your channel I am subscribed to skillshare. Upskilling to market a product Ive created. Thank you. You are def making a difference…worth so much than more than abundant rotten potatoe entertainment:)

  • I just found your channel and I love you and your videos so much! You are so encouraging and have helped me to be really productive, thank youu

  • Honestly, If I met you in real life, we would literally be best friends. You think so deeply and are super introspective with all of your experiences. You feel life on a deeper level, and I love that. Your channel is raw, original, and not deceptive. Thank you for posting your videos. I know it takes a lot of time to edit and post videos on youtube, but I want you to know it was all worth it. As a viewer, I am so grateful. You are causing a positive ripple of change. You are leaving the positive impact you have always dreamed about creating. Thank you so much! You are changing my life.

  • thank you for thisssss <3 i'm moving out of my parents house soon (finalllllly) and with my boyfriend. i am excited and super grateful but i still need to pack so much stuff and don't have a job yet in the city i'm moving to x_x so i need to declutter & pack & look for a job/prepare for interviews and ugh i'm so overwhelmed by everything i have to get done and afraid of ending up in a job that feels wrong. and i've been feeling like such a potato. anyways, i just wanted to rant a bit, and say thank you for this video and your other video on "getting out of a funk" because dude i am in a funk more often than not. thank you for your positive vibes and words of wisdom:) i hope you're doing well!

  • Rowena I am a VERY lazy person. I know what I need to do, I’m super organized but I procrastinate and get distracted. The one thing that gets me motivated is podcasts and YouTube vids and yours have helped me tremendously! THANK U!!

  • You are absolutely AMAZING and so so down to earth and naturally beautiful! Please keep making more videos, I’m going through such a hard period in my life right now and your videos are so motivating and uplifting THANK YOU! And loving these personal development videos! Would love something along the lines of being kind to yourself with thoughts, finding confidence, getting over a break up and regaining your sense of self! x

  • Been watching your channel for about a year now and figured it was time I leave a comment I love all of your videos but I keep coming back to this one when I feel stuck. I really appreciate your gentle approach to having high standards for yourself, I think a lot of times bloggers kind of make viewers feel “bullied” or guilted into trying to be better and you have an amazing way of talking about challenging subjects without making things feel too difficult, reminding viewers its a journey not a race ����‍♀️��

  • Am I the only person who doesn’t feel crappy when I go on Facebook? I feel crappy about the state of the world, but not because of comparing myself to anybody. I love seeing what my friends and family are upto. I still get sucked into looking at things that I definitely could do without though! I started asking myself how bad it would be if I had missed that article, meme, etc and realized that I can do without most of it! Not sure that I could give it up completely as I live a long way away from my friends and family back home, but at least I know that I can cut down ����‍♀️

  • Hi Rowena Tsai, I wanted to ask you a?
    I do all the research and I’m very intentional with identifying, learning about myself, and learning about why I am not consistent and productive and mainly trying to learn why I struggle with getting things done and identifying why it is so hard for me to do my hobbies… I wanted to know if I’m doing all the research and stuff trying to learn all this and wanting these things…. what can I do to accomplish these things cause telling myself (setting intentions) to do what I want and to accomplish tasks are still blocked somehow and I dont know why. Idk I set the intentions and still I have a hard time doing stuff I want to do it but I still trip up mind you I’m all about self-development, it’s my hobby and the only thing I’m actually consistent with but idk I still suck at it… I just dont know how to take more actions without feeling drained in the process.

  • I’m amazed this is not couple hundred thousands views. These people are world class. And then I watch Graham Stephan and his smash button get a billion views in two minutes lol

  • One potential “mechanistic” understanding as to why exercise is good for your health could have it’s origins in metabolic dynamics. The ability to burn the crap we ingest, to more rapidly process and make waste of so much that would linger in us and harm us. Obese folk tend to be more vulnerable to diseases.

  • This has been my most favourite interview you’ve ever done, Ari! I just want to say that as a Chronic Fatigue sufferer who has been in the fitness industry for 10years, my entire family wanted me to get out of it for so long now. But I feel like after watching this it is the very thing that has saved me from being bed ridden. I have been fighting a battlebut for the most part coming out on top (when I am not pushing my body too hard with diet and training.) So many puzzle pieces were put together after watching this! Thank you Dr. Picard!

  • Stunning. You do what I‘m just not able to: you put all my thoughts into words! You are so inspirational not because these ideas would be totally new to me but because you give examples how to transform these ideas into action. I really love your attitude talking about serious shit without being too fucking serious �� please keep on going! ����
    Greetings from Germany! ����

  • Very cool, I like when he said, ” Information needs to be exchanged. I think it is a basic property of life. And that is how complex systems, you know, function and operate. That is how things, living organisms fight entropy, you know, to remain healthy is to go against the, you know, the forces of physics. You know, if we were subjected to the forces of physics and we didn’t have energy flow to resist that, then we would just decay. Right?”
    It’s almost poetic.:) Keep fighting entropy.

  • Amazing interview as always! I have tried so many things for my chronic fatigue and insomnia in last 30 years. I knew the continuous stresses in my whole life were the causes of my illness, but instead I tried everything like exercise, diet, fasting, supplements etc., Which made me more stressed as I didn’t have enough energy to do them. I realise now that I just have to concentrate on making myself feeling good, happy and grateful as much of the time I can. If I can trick my mitochondria into being happy and fulfilled state, then maybe I can bring them back to optimum health.

  • I had no idea that cortisol was produced in the mitochondria. This is a curious design for humans since it implies a 1 to many (1:N) relationship where if any portion of the body is stressed the whole body is flooded with stress hormone. Not sure what the evolutionary benefit is other than insuring that immune system is mobilized and energy is marshaled.

  • Thank you so much for this wonderful presentation. I am a licensed social worker and I do alternative medicine and I teach people about their bodies using evidence from research. The mitochondria sound like the internal clock of the body. Such that when the body is in a disease state or highly acidic state the mitochondria cannot respond in a normal way. PH has such an affect on everything in the body it’s incredible that we don’t talk about it more. I love your station thank you