Intro I have always liked to push the boundaries of things to see what I can and can’t do to learn more about myself and see if the rules are really as hard and fast as people say they are. Sleep is probably the biggest area that I have tinkered with and is probably … Continue reading Sleep Comes First
Intro Weight loss is often the number one goal people have when I work with them. People can agonize about the scale, weighing daily or multiple times a day looking for progress. This behavior increases even more when people are spending money and time on products, gym memberships, and personal training. So many people … Continue reading It’s Called Diet And…. Exercise
Intro I love to get into the weeds and really challenge our given perceptions of things. I like to look at the reasons why we fail or succeed at changes especially. Sometimes when I look closer at things I get to a point where I actually do get to the root of things and all … Continue reading Addressing the Weekend
Intro When you work as a personal trainer you quickly realize that all the fitness you have worked for can actually hurt your ability to have clients relate to you and trust you with their health. Today’s article is going to be a winding trip through my experience with learning how to care for … Continue reading Getting To Know Me
Intro What are your priorities? What does it even mean for something to be a priority? How does my life prove something is a priority? I think about this quite a bit because I think our happiness and satisfaction with our lives have a lot to do with how our priorities match against … Continue reading Priorities for a balanced life.
Intro I often marvel at people's willingness to jump into a super strict diet rather than tweaking a few smaller more realistic aspects of their life. Many clients who have resisted increasing a single vegetable onto their plate or reducing dessert to once per week have also seemed super excited to jump into a … Continue reading Mindless Success: The Power of Habits
Health is interesting to me because the more I learn and grow I realize more and more that we often don’t need to do more or near as much as we think. I used to always try to workout until I was beat into the ground and limping off the soccer field, or not … Continue reading Easy Things Are Worth Doing