I get it. I really do. I used to love having one day a week where all nutritious thought went out the window and I could eat pints of ice cream and boxes of pizza until my pants got uncomfortably tight while still thinking I could reach my goals. That can be a fun bubble … Continue reading The Problem With Cheat Days That Could Be Ruining Your Progress
Keeping in line with our conversation about obstacles last week, I want to talk about one that comes up a lot: what do you do when you don't have access to a gym? It's a valid question. When you see all these workouts based around heavy weights and fancy equipment it can be overwhelming to … Continue reading No Gym? No Problem. At At Home Workout with No Excuses.
It's time to talk about obstacles. Everybody has them. Yes, even that person who seems to have everything together and is constantly posting perfectly posed photos of their life online followed by some inspirational words and a quick "#blessed". (Although, can I have some of whatever they've been drinking?). Knowing that this is true, why … Continue reading Let’s Get Personal: My Struggle with Chronic Illness as a Personal Trainer
I don't think it would be a surprise to anyone to hear that I love exercise and think that it is a crucial part of any healthy lifestyle, but there is one thing that is even more important than breaking a sweat and that's what you eat. Diet is EVERYTHING when it comes to … Continue reading Grocery Stores are Trying to Trick You: How to Beat Them at Their Own Game
As a personal trainer, I get a lot of questions about the best path to follow to reach fitness goals. There is so much conflicting information out there about the best way to lose weight, gain muscle, decrease bloating, improve stamina--some days it can seem impossible to dig through all the fluff and find the … Continue reading 5 Misconceptions That Could Be Harming Your Progress