ADHD, Exercise and Michael Phelps

I’m sure you have heard by now that Michael Phelps has ADHD. I know that a lot of his success has to do with the fact that at a young age he found something he was good at and really enjoyed. He’s also had some very positive and supportive people in his life like his…

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It’s not the Flu…It’s my ADHD

Those of you who have been following my blog know that it can be challenging for me to exercise regularly. I am proud to report that for the past 2 weeks I’ve done well exercising. Last week I was also motivated enough to get out my Ab Lounge and use it too. It had been…

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iPod, Socks, and George W. Bush

I really didn’t set an actual goal of exercising a certain amount of times this week but I really wanted to get back on track with exercising. Usually if I can find a reason or excuse not to exercise, I don’t exercise. What surprised me is that this week I had some challenges that really…

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Share Your Goals

I was just flipping through Nancy Ratey’s Book The Disorganized Mind: Coaching Your ADHD Brain to Take Control of Your Time, Tasks, and Talents and came across one of the tips on procrastination which is Share Your Goals. As an ADHD Coach I know this works well for my clients. In the ADD Coaching Club…

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Spark to Exercise

If you’ve read my blog posts "There’s No Excuse" and "Exercising is Hard" you know that I was trying to get back on an exercise routine this week. I am happy to say that I did really well this past week. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I exercised for 30 minutes on the Gazelle. On…

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