Hard Path- Easy Path OR Easy Path- Hard Path

Which one would you like to choose?
Well, when we say things like “I don’t have time to workout,” or “gyms and health food are too expensive,” or “I’m too scared to workout at my age,” you’re accidentally choosing the later.
Let me explain. There’s really two ways to approach your health. To read the rest of this blog–> follow the link

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WATCH OUT for this Common Mistake when you’re using a Food Tracker App!

We had an issue with a client last week where she was using a fitness tracker app to assess her calories. She loaded in her weight and her desired goal, then BAM!!! They generate her calories per day. But There is a huge issue with this, and I’ll explain why you should be careful trusting what any app tells you!

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How to regain INSPIRATION when you feel lost

That little thing called INSPIRATION can be a bit of a trap.

There’s no question our life feels more exciting, and we get more done, when we feel inspired. But let’s be honest, sometimes it just goes bye-bye.

I’ve been at one of those points in my life the last two weeks. I’m not totally sure why, but I can feel that the inspiration has left me for dead recently. For the rest of this blog, and to learn the top 3 tools to reclaim inspiration…read the full blog…

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Insider Secrets- How to Build Your Own Quick but Highly Effective Workout

There’s an art to building an effective workout. If you’ve struggled with feeling unfocused or unproductive in the gym before, this blog is for you!

I thought I’d teach you my Insider Secrets as to how I build the perfect workout for clients…and how YOU can do the same.

I literally follow this same basic structure whether I want to workout for 10 minutes in a hotel room, 39 minutes in our program, or I have an hour to blow at work and just want to have fun. And yes, I do workout “just for fun!” Check out this blog and see discover how you can build the most effective, time-efficient workout.

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Don’t Get “Things” Done…Get the “Right Things” Done

We put a lot of stress on being productive, getting stuff done! And look, there’s nothing wrong with productivity…assuming what you’re getting done is actually in line with what you value most. I want you to take a look at your day so far. Were have your activities helped you create better health, get important things done at work, or connect with and have quality time with loved one? If not, then chances are you are just reacting to distractions and getting busy-work done. In this blog I’ll show you exactly how I helped one client in her quest to identify what mattered most and act on it!

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The Top 3 Reasons People Don’t Make Nutrition Changes…and how to fix it

When I see people struggle to make nutrition changes, it boils down to three primary reasons. And my bet is that you struggle with at least one of them, if not all three. Once you know the challenge you’re actually facing and can boil it down to a clear issue, you can create the right solution. In this video blog I will show you the top 3 reasons people don’t make necessary nutrition changes and how to fix each one.

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The Top 5 Ways to End Belly Bloating

You’re working out, you’ve changed your diet, you’ve done everything you thought you needed to do. But that darn belly bloat is still bugging you! If this is you, you are not alone. Besides wanting to lose fat and firm up, this is the most common concern I hear women... read more

The Empowered Fitness Blueprint: Part #2

Part #2: Empowered Nutrition I don’t know about you, but the whole world of nutrition feels like the most frustrating and disempowering part of the health equation. Between the mixed messages, government food pyramid and fad diets it’s completely confusing. To... read more

I Used to Hate my “big arms” and boxy frame

Genes are a funny thing. I can identify things about me and my personality and point directly to whom I inherited it from – from my feet to my stubbornness to my build. I was “lucky” enough to inherit my dads figure- great if I had been a football player (except... read more

Eliminate habits and emotions that hold you back

“The Elimination Diet: Remove anger, regret, resentment, guilt, blame and worry. Then watch your health, and life, improve.” Charles F. Glassman These words really capture the gift of the fall season. This, indeed, is the season for truly eliminating... read more

The Good and Bad of the Fitbit Era

Good or bad? Is the Fitbit leading to a more health-conscious generation…or is it just one more cute piece of technology that costs money? The verdict is not out yet as to whether the Fitbit is leading people to be more active in a meaningful way- fat loss, stronger... read more

A Ticking Time-Bomb

Are you Weak AND tight Sound weird? In my experience, this is the single most prolific and dangerous set of symptoms. Most men and women I meet don’t even realize they’re a ticking time-bomb for injury and poor aging because of those two words. Years of not working... read more

Stop Navel Gazing

Some of the best advice in life is the most painful. Mine came from a mentor, Dianne Connely. She is the co-founder of the acupuncture school I went to. And the title of this blog is the advice she gave to me; “Stop Navel Gazing”…at a time when I was the most raw and... read more