The Most Important Quote You’ll Read Today.
I came across this snippet the other day, I’m not sure if it’s from one of Geneen’s books or not, but it’s pretty profound. People who learn to cultivate a strong relationship with their bodies are pretty unusual in our society. Most just ignore their bodies until they are sick or can barely function. We glorify working ourselves to the […]Read More →
Client Spotlight: Rachel B!
I am completely bursting at the seams with love for every single one of my clients. I am so incredibly lucky to be a part of all of their lives and for them to put so much faith and trust in me to allow me to do what I love every day. With that said, I want to spot light […]Read More →
Think and Rest Yourself to Fat Loss and High Performance: Part 2.
In Part One you learned three non-nutrition and exercise components that could make or break your progress in the gym. Now I’m going to give you some simple tips on how to get those three things in check and make sure you’re reaping all the benefits of your hard work. As with making any big lifestyle change, I recommend setting yourself […]Read More →
Think and Rest Your Way to Fat Loss and High Performance.
What if I told you that there are three simple things that are completely holding you back from reaching your potential that have nothing to do with what’s on your plate or what you’re doing in the gym? You can have the best eating habits in the world and be following the perfect training program consistently, but those are only […]Read More →
4 Tips to Have a More Effective Workout
There’s a ton of misinformation out there regarding fitness, nutrition and whether Tupac is still alive or not. While I’m not fluent in the latter, I try to simplify fitness and nutrition as much as possible for my clients because most of them come into my gym already confused, having tried everything and so overwhelmed with information, they don’t know […]Read More →
How the Fitness Industry Treats Women
Here we are smack dab in the middle of the holiday season, thousands of gyms all over the country will plea for you to come in and “Burn off your Thanksgiving calories” “Sweat off those Christmas cookies!” “Blast that belly fat” “Do our holiday cleanse!” This is how the fitness industry talks to women. Constantly playing into their insecurities and […]Read More →
The Morality of Body Fat
I’m truly excited to bring you this thought-provoking guest post from my very good friend, Juliet. Juliet and I have had numerous talks about the state of the fitness industry, “thin/fitspiration”, food and body shaming and how harmful of an effect these things can have on our mindsets, well-being and how we view ourselves and others. Below, Juliet tackles weight […]Read More →
Is Flexibility Overrated?
Too much of a good thing, is a bad thing. Isn’t that how the saying goes? While I don’t like inherently labeling certain things as “good” or “bad”, too much of some things, especially as gluttonous of a culture as we are, can be less than a good time: too many burritos, too much cologne too much flexibility, too many […]Read More →