Overcome The Resistance To Reach Your Goals

If procrastination were an Olympic sport, I’d be a perennial gold medalist. Even when I came out of the womb, I was probably putting something off. I’d be like ‘do I really have to be born today? Can’t we do … Read More

3 Ways To Exercise For Reducing Stress

There are three certainties in life, death, taxes, and stress. And due to the COVID-19 pandemic, stress is something we are all now intimately familiar with. It’s there, in the background, ready to jump up and bite you when you … Read More

My Best Teacher

Do you know which ‘teacher’ I’m talking about? When you fall over as a child and bump, bruise, and tear skin from your bone, who do you run too? Your dad? He will tell you to buck it up and … Read More

Setting A Good (Exercise) Example

Are you setting a good example? Nothing gives you more perspective about your childhood than becoming a parent. The sleepless nights, chasing them around, endless reruns of kid shows and of course potty training. My favorite. I have lost count … Read More

5 Tips For Exercising After 50

Before I turned 50, my son called me ‘pre-old.’  I wasn’t old (in his mind) until my 50th birthday. And now I am 50 years old and counting, I’m officially old (according to him) and getting my AARP emails.  But … Read More

Your Plan B

Use this as your PLAN B if you’re stuck at home Do you know the saying “everyone has a plan ‘till they get punched in the mouth”? It’s probably the smartest thing ever uttered out of Mike Tyson’s lips. Well … Read More

The Gut-Brain Connection And How It Works

Guest Post By Emylee John Have you ever been so happy that you feel butterflies in your stomach? Maybe, it was that first feeling of love or getting your dream job or winning an award. Or, have you been in … Read More

5 Healthy Habits To Start Now

The perfect time to start healthy habits is now Are you a half a glass full or half a glass empty type of person? Ponder this for a moment. Before being a trainer, I was the latter. I’d see the … Read More

You’re Not (Physically)Broken

Since becoming a certified personal trainer, I’ve trained around and rehabbed through several injuries (some which are my own fault) including: Torn quadriceps Strained hamstrings Knee and ankle tendonitis Strained triceps tendon Tennis and golfer’s elbow Right A/C joint inflammation … Read More

4 Ways To Stay Cool In A Crisis

Trying to stay cool in a crisis when things are out of control is paramount Life has changed as we know it, for at least for the time being. COVID-19 has put a spanner in Western World works and the … Read More