Nov 24

I was just reading a pretty interesting health & fitness article that quickly sums up 7 reasons why7 Reasons Why You Can't Skip Your Workout you absolutely must include exercise into your daily life.

The “7 Benefits of Regular Exercise” was written by the Mayo Clinic and offers a simple and straight forward look at some of the reasons we often don’t think about for why we should exercise besides the usual weight loss and toning up.

I think you’ll find them particularly useful to read over on the days where your motivation may be a little low…

Here are the 7 Benefits of Regular Exercise:

…continue reading “7 Reasons Why You Can’t Skip Your Workout

Nov 22

Amazing Alternative to CoffeeI am sitting here at my computer right now sipping on my favorite coffee alternative and I had to tell you about it…

Very few people know about this product and I’m going to dedicate a whole newsletter coming up to the pros and con of caffeine, when to have it, how much, and what all the coffee or espresso lovers out there (like myself) can sip on if we don’t want to infuse caffeine into our veins all day long…

Since you are one The Daily Skinny blog readers you get to hear about it first… it’s called Teeccino and it is actually an all-natural, gluten-free, caffeine-free, coffee alternative that is actually good for you!

I’ll talk more about it later, but I wanted to tell you that my Teeccino hazelnut coffee that I just brewed tastes amazing. I guess you have to really love cappuccinos and coffee to know where I’m coming from…

Nov 21

I was just reading a recently published study that showed how those with higher levels of stress and depression were less likely to Stress, Depression, and Weight Gainwork out.

The research study showed that their anxiety, stress, and depression led to less confidence in their ability to get into an exercise program. As a result, the adults in the study were more likely to gain weight and have a more difficult time losing it.

I can tell you from my personal experience as a body transformation coach that everyone who attempts to lose weight is stressed and has anxiety about their weight and how they look. However, the people who make a commitment to themselves and their supporters end up successfully losing weight in the end.

That means even when they don’t feel like exercising they still… continue reading “Stress, Depression, and Weight Gain

Nov 20

Stephen Cabral Trim, Tone & Tighten Newsletter (Reprint):
I want to share with you 4 of my fast and easy tips you can use to
have no fear this Thanksgiving when it comes to eating your
favorite foods.
With Thanksgiving just a little more than a week away I wanted to
make sure you didn’t start to fall into the holiday weight gain
slump this year… did you know the average holiday weight gain is
between 6-10 lbs?
That’s a lot of extra weight that you don’t want to tack on top of
the additional body fat you’re already trying to burn off…
So here are a few tips you can use to prepare for the big feast
that awaits you:  Read more…

Nov 18

Reshape Your Mind, Reshape Your BodyThere’s a lot of talk about eating better and exercising daily, but that alone won’t take your fitness to a new level.
You really need to step back and evaluate how you live your life. You need to carefully inspect each hour of your day and look to see what habits you’ve picked up over the years…
Do you start your morning with a high-glycemic juice and a bowl of processed cereal? Or do you skip breakfast because you’re on the go? Decisions like this literally shape the way your day is going to go because they have a huge impact on your energy levels, mood, mindset, and of course your weight.
We all know the old-saying, “you didn’t gain weight or develop your unhealthy habits overnight, so it’s going to take some time to change them…” And even though we may know it, we don’t like to hear that we can’t have that new body today or tomorrow.
So let’s take a step back and look at what we should really try to accomplish.
Beginning a diet and exercise program is a… continue reading “Reshape Your Mind, Reshape Your Body

Nov 17

I’m dedicating this 2 part series to anyone who has tried a fitness program in the past, but for Don't Just Wing Itsome reason came up a little short…

Too often I hear stories from people saying that they tried the whole “exercise thing,” but it didn’t end up working for them…
They tried to lose weight by going to the gym and jumping on a treadmill or elliptical for 30 minutes followed by a machine circuit and they didn’t see any real results so they stopped going. They chalked it up to their body being “different” and just figured exercise may work for some people, but not for them.
If this sounds familiar then you or someone you know is definitely short-changing their results and letting themselves off the hook. It’s way too easy to put in a couple of weeks of work and then not see the huge payoff you are looking for… but did you set a realistic goal for yourself in the first place?
One point to keep in mind is that many people try to lose weight without… continue reading “Don’t Just Wing It… (Part 1)”

Nov 16

“Miss one day of practice and you know it. Miss two days and your teacher knows it. Miss three days and everyone knows it.”

Great quote! It especially rings true for you if you’re trying to lose weight or reshape your body… It’s alright to miss a day of working out, but after missing 2 or 3 days your body will begin to show the absences.

Get ready for the week ahead by planning out the times you will be able to workout this week. Make sure you have 5 – 30 minute workouts written in pen in your planner!

For more workout information check out for tips, articles, videos, and much more!

Nov 09 is excited to announce that coming this week Stephen Cabral will release exclusive articles and videos that you will only be able to find right here on

Of course, you’ll still get the same 5-7 articles per week that you can use to increase your health & wellness, but now you’ll also be seeing new videos, success articles, and reviews.

It starts this week – stay tuned!

Nov 06

No Where to Workout?I meant to write my daily post today on how to recognize what fitness level you are at, but my current adventures have led me to another topic to discuss for today…

I am at my last conference of the year way out in St. Louis, Missouri away from Boston and while I was out doing my customary walk around the new city taking in the culture, I noticed one very disturbing trend. What I saw was that probably 8 out of 10 people I passed were well overweight.

Literally everywhere I turned I saw more and more people moving slowly, deliberately, and looking like their overweight bodies were causing them physical harm as they walked.

I also noticed (or failed to notice) that there weren’t any health clubs. My hotel has a private one up on the 25th floor, but I couldn’t find one in downtown St. Louis… Now, I’m sure there is one, but unlike most major cities where there’s one on every corner, I couldn’t find one today.

All I can conclude is that it seems like… “No Where to Workout?”

Nov 06

Re: Small Changes DO Lead to Amazing Results

I had just finished a phone interview with Health magazine yesterday when it dawned on me that great changes really can come from small tweaks in your diet and exercise programs.

I can’t reveal the exercise quick tips I gave Kate from Health magazine until it comes out, but I can tell you that some of my most successful body transformation clients have been able to get away with only making minor changes that added up to amazing results in their body composition and healthy lifestyle.

For instance, I began working with a guy earlier this year who refused to change the way he ate. He just didn’t want to give up beer with his buddies, or a few slices of pizza 2-3 a week. So after sitting down with him and really looking over his typical meal plan for the week, I asked him if he would be willing to make just one change for me and see how that went for him…

He reluctantly said yes, and then asked me what it was.  Read more…

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