Hey Reforged Legion!
One of the biggest challenges I encountered when beginning my personal development journey was building a sustainable habit for my desired goals. In today's information age, things tend to get overwhelming and disheartening as there is so much conflicting information out there.
As a result, we wanted to announce the initial release of our Reforge Yourself: Fit Habit group and course!
The Fit Habit is a free Facebook course that sets up a system or framework around the following three pillars:
For the first release of the course, we cover the basics of habit-building, exercise and nutrition.
More will come once as time progresses and we continue to add content on our website, social media and more.
In the meantime, get started by click on the graphic below.
Welcome to the group!
Exercise was my means to eliminate depression and build self-confidence within myself in my teenage years.
In a time where most will focus on drugs and alcohol for escape, I found my sanctuary in exercise. Exercise was my battlefield, and everything good is worth fighting for!
Encountering and overcoming the pain and progress from exercise allowed me to strive towards being a better person, and reaching my greatest potential.
In this article, I am going to talk about how exercise helped my mental health. I will give you scientific and personal examples to support what I have to say.
So with that, let's dive in!
Today, we wanted to announce that we are now officially on Amazon! To celebrate this and July 4th, we have a special for you!
For the entire weekend, if you purchase Spark and/or Drift on Amazon... you will receive 20% off!
This will end at 11:59 pm PST, so take advantage of the opportunity!
2020 has been one chaotic year for many of us. A lot of emotions, change, and uncertainty. It's mentally tough for every one of us out there: to keep a strong focus on our purpose in life. What will make us stronger is the ability to persist through adversities and the challenges we encounter this year.
In this post, I wanted to dive into the things that have helped me stay the course (and even improve my mindset) in 2020. Let's dive in!