Jeffercise (jeff-er-size) – The original… what workout with Jeff is called.
Jeffsweat (jeff-sweat) – What drips constantly from your body during Jeffercise.
Jeffology (jeff-ah-logy) – The study of the name “Jeff”.
Jeffun (jeff-un) – What working out with Jeff becomes.
Jeffoto (jeff-photo) – Picture of Jeff on his website.
Jeff-talk (jeff-talk) – Must include two of the three following words:
Jeffreynewal (jeff-renewal) – Deciding to do another year with Jeffercise.
Jeffomaniac (jeff-o-maniac) – Person who works out with Jeff more than three times a week.
Jefficide (jeff-eh-side) – When you feel like he “killed” you today with workout.
Jeff’d (jeff-ed) – Leaving workout beat down tired (see also Jefficide).
Jeffercism (jeff-er-sism) – The use of the word “Jeff”.
Jefferscuse (jeff-er-scooze) – What you give Jeff for not showing up for workout.
Jefforama (jeff-o-rama) – All this talk about Jeff.
Jeffert (jeff-er-t) – What you put into a workout with Jeff… or else !
Jeffido (jeff-fi-doe) – Jeff’s canine friend.
Jeffitude (jeff-i-tood) – When your attitude becomes just like Jeff’s.
Jeffreyquest (jeff-re-quest) – (example: “How many reps do we do with this exercise again?”)
Jeffreyply (jeff-re-ply) – (example: “How many times do I have to tell you this?”)
– (normally follows Jeffreyquest)
Jeffrey! Jeffrey! Jeffrey! – What Jeff’s Mom used to say to get his attention.
Mr. Jimeson? Not Jeff… Jeff’s Dad.
Jeff-nos (jeff-nose) –
– No rollover reps!
– No I won’t repeat it! This is not your first time doing this!
– No whining!
And lastly, our favorite…
Jeff-tastic (jeff-tas-tic) – The feeling you have after spending an hour with Jeff.
New Year. New Resolutions. New You.
It’s a New Year and it’s time to let go of the old and welcome the new. New possibilities. New challenges. New commitments. New goals. You name it. You have a whole year ahead of you to take advantage of this figurative and literal fresh start. Time to say goodbye to excuses and hello to opportunities!
So where to start? Maybe you’ve been there, done that and didn’t accomplish everything you set out to. Resolutions can seem silly and maybe even a bit overwhelming but it’s all in how you tackle them. First off, it’s a good idea to reflect on the previous year – what worked, what didn’t work? What goals did you achieve, not achieve? Which ones do you still feel passionate about and which ones are a lost cause? An article on Huffingtonpost.com1 lists six tips to help you chart the course for success. For a more in-depth plan on each tip, click here. In the meantime, here is a quick summary to get you going:
- Set small attainable goals, not gigantic ones.
- Chart the course by taking a moment every day to reflect on your progress.
- Limit your resolutions to 10.
- Let go and let the universe take care of some of them for you.
- Focus on the feeling, not the action of your goals coming true.
- Keep it positive by focusing on what you will do, not on what you won’t do.
In the end, it all comes down to determination and being realistic. If you’re not determined about keeping your resolutions/goals and they’re not realistic, then you could be setting yourself up for failure. Remember tip one? Psychologist Lynn Bufka, PhD agrees. “Setting small, attainable goals throughout the year, instead of a singular, overwhelming goal on January 1 can help you reach whatever it is you strive for,” she says. “Remember, it is not the extent of the change that matters, but rather the act of recognizing that lifestyle change is important and working toward it, one step at a time.”1 And don’t forget to ask for support. Tell a close friend or spouse your goals and let them help hold you accountable.
If getting healthy and losing some extra weight and/or toning up are on your list, now is the perfect time to enlist a personal trainer (and we know just the one!). It’s our job to guide, educate and push you to that next level. Plus, we keep our clients from plateauing because we know when your body is getting bored and needs to be re-challenged. To learn more about why a fitness trainer is right for you, visit our FAQ section here. Even if you’re just looking to get off on the right foot, a few sessions could be just what you need to get started.