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Winter Training

Is cold weather starting to drag you down? Baby, it’s cold outside, so maybe the last thing you want to do is hit the gym. It’s true that weather naturally sends many of us into hibernation mode, where cuddling up in warm clothes and a blanket might seem like our only plan. The winter months can…

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Training at Home or at the Gym?

Many people enjoy the privacy of training in their own home gym. There is no wait to use a machine and they can play whatever music they want- and it’s open 24/7. But some enjoy the social atmosphere and variety at a gym. What is better, working out at the gym or at home? What…

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The D Vitamin

What it is and what it does Vitamin D is a steroid hormone essential for many of our body’s vital functions. The first documented and most well known purpose of vitamin D is its role in maintaining bone health. It enables the absorption of calcium from the digestive tract to ensure the body has adequate…

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Turn A Set Back Into A Come Back!!

So, you are starting out a new week, laying in bed with your eyes still closed, sunlight coming through the window, rested and ready to go.  And then you remember. Yesterday, I ate a whole pizza. Or had two scoops of ice cream instead of one on your cone. Or a giant double bacon cheeseburger. With fries. Or all…

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Tips to Staying on Track – While on Vacation

Long weekends and holidays are a great time to give yourself a well-deserved break from the work week. And while they’re supposed to be a time for you to relax and unwind, oftentimes the thought of a bikini or eating right can make you worrisome and apprehensive about staying on track with your nutrition and fitness goals….

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When You Don’t Feel Like Try’n!

I’ve written about this feeling many times: the sense that nothing that you do really has any effect on the what is happening in your life. I’ve experienced it many times as well—during a break up, when I learned about having Hashimotos Thyroiditis and never seeming to find a way to ‘feel better’, or at times…

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New Way vs Old Way

Coaches often are called upon to help people transition to the next thing. Sometimes clients don’t even know what the next thing is, only that it’s time to do something different. And sometimes the choice is not theirs but is being imposed on them. For many of us, it’s not so much the change that…

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Be More With Less

I started to ask myself, “Is less really more?” recently and have come to the place realizing you get into the simplifying of habits, things become much easier with less. Quality results are more likely to be achieved. Life becomes more fun and enjoyable. The pace of life becomes closer to what it should be…

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