Once you commit to a workout routine, staying committed is easy when it is incorporated into your everyday life. If you have a consistent work schedule each week you can easily plan when your workouts will best fit into each day.
New Year’s is now upon us, and with a new year comes a new resolution for us to keep. What is it about the calendar changing from December to January that makes us feel the need to change or resolve to change? If we dive deeper into what it’s really about – it’s a time of the year when we can set goals and really bring ourselves to focus in on them to make them stick.
Two words we never associate with each other: healthy & the holiday season. I’ve said this before on a Facebook live video right before Thanksgiving, but I wanted to break it down even further for the remainder of the “holiday season.”
Almost everyone wants to be healthy and fit, which is why they hire a trainer! Once they come to me to learn about nutrition and working out, they’re hooked. Being and staying healthy feels great, but most people think it requires a lot of time.
The word balance has been getting a lot of attention lately. How do we achieve a perfectly balanced life? Honestly, I’m still working on that myself! What I do know is that balance is achieved by focusing on your priorities
Okay so I am going to tell you things that may contradict what you have been doing. Can I tell you something? Stop focusing on the scale number! First off, you don't know what that number means. Is it fat? muscle? water?
Green Tea Matcha, you have probably heard of it. It has amazing health benefits and has as much caffeine as coffee. The difference? Matcha is healthier and does not dehydrate you or give you the jitters like coffee does.
Whether you are going to a gym or working out at home, you can always use some things for your house. Having simple pieces of equipment in your home can be great when you are in a pinch and need to do a quick workout.