“To be guilty of the sin of prayerlessness is to be guilty of the worst form of practical atheism. It is actually saying we can get along without His help while the evidence is very clear on every hand that we cannot. Could it be that the sin of prayerlessness steams from our unbelief that he is a living God who exercises direct influence on the affairs of men?”

 

Bruce Willis

“The best form of endurance exercise is the performance of the event.”

 

Bruce Lee

“Recognizing that the power of will is the supreme court over all other departments of my mind, I will exercise daily when I need the urge to act for any purpose; and I will form habits designed to bring the power of my will into action at least once daily.”

 

Bruce Lee

“If you’re asking your kids to exercise, then you better do it, too. Practice what you preach.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“Our mission for younger people is to do our best to make exercise cool, hip – the thing to do.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“The concept of endless love is something that we can exercise in all kinds of ways.”

 

Bruce Greenwood

“It gets harder every day to get out of bed. I don’t feel like it loads of the time. It is only my exercise routine which wakes me up.”

 

Bruce Forsyth

“Many do not advance in Christian progress because they stick in penances and particular exercises, while they neglect the love of God, which is the end.”

Brother Lawrence

“A little lifting up of the heart suffices; a little remembrance of God, an interior act of adoration, even though made on the march and with sword in hand, are prayers which, short though they may be, are nevertheless very pleasing to God, and far from making a soldier lose his courage on the most dangerous occasions, bolster it. Let him then think of God as much as possible so that he will gradually become accustomed to this little but holy exercise; no one will notice it and nothing is easier than to repeat often during the day these little acts of interior adoration.”

Brother Lawrence

“I learnt that music cost something, and that’s a good thing. Also, that I should exercise, because I didn’t and I got very sick.”

Brooke Fraser

“Coming from the modeling industry I have to exercise a lot, but I do enjoy it… I don’t want to put my swimsuit on if I’m not fit.”

Brooke Burke

“Don’t get me wrong, I think bikes are terrific. I own several of my own, including a trendy mountain style, and ride them for pleasure and light exercise.”

 

Brock Yates

“I was never particularly wild, just very busy and often didn’t think about what I was putting into my body. Today things are very different. I stopped smoking in my late 30s; I avoid wheat and gluten as this makes me feel bloated and sluggish; exercise regularly and bounce out of bed.”

 

Britt Ekland

“Be intensely result-oriented in everything you do. This is a key characteristic of high performers.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Many successful people get up before 6am in the morning. They have rituals. They exercise, stretch, organize their day, and walk through that series of rituals.”

 

Brian Tracy

“If you get up by 6am, exercise, plan your day, and start on your biggest task, then your whole day is different. If you do this regularly it becomes a habit.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Your goal in life should be to enjoy the highest levels of health and energy possible. This requires that you eat the right foods and fewer of them. It requires you to get regular exercise and move every joint of your body daily. To enjoy superb physical health, you must get lots of rest and recreation. Above all, you maintain a positive mental attitude, looking for the good in every situation, and remain determined to be a completely positive person.”

 

Brian Tracy

“I had an interesting day. I was in the studio with a group of musicians, who shall remain nameless, and I said to them “Our exercise today is not to use ‘undo’ at all. So, there’s no second takes. Or, if you do a second take, you have to do the whole take. There’s no sort of drop in, change that little bit”. The session broke down in, I’d say, 40 minutes. It was impossible for people to work in that restriction any longer.”

 

Brian Eno

“Functional exercise is not defined by what it looks like, it’s defined by what it produces”

Brett Jones

“If I could give one tip for people, it’s not an exercise tip or a nutrition regimen. It’s to WALK YOUR TALK and BELIEVE in YOURSELF, because at the end of the day the dumbbell and diet don’t get you in shape. It’s your accountability to your word.”

Brett Hoebel