You may be overwhelmed right now with holiday gift shopping (online or braving the crowds at the mall), decorating your home, writing cards (if you’re a little old-fashioned like me), baking, attending parties, hosting parties, or just getting the house in order before the craziness hits.
Whatever you’re doing right NOW, in just a month or less things will be calm again and you’ll be able to focus on YOU again.
And that’s when my winter classes will be ready and waiting for you.
Boot Camp is a way to have fun while getting a great workout; Yoga will relax and strengthen your body and mind; Coaching will get you a focused 12-month plan and tailored support to feeling awesome in your body and life in time for the holidays in 2018; and our local Running Group is a way to get out there and hang with people who enjoy being active.
So, here’s the line-up:
Continue reading “Classes and Coaching for 2018!”
A year ago, Cindy became a client and forever changed the way I see my role as a coach.
She lived close by and knew I was a fitness coach. And from my blog she also knew I was certified with Precision Nutrition (PN), which she was already familiar with.
Like most people that contact me for coaching, she wanted to lose weight.
But of course, there was more to it than just the weight. A lot more.
Continue reading “Cindy’s Story…”
A few years ago I was listening to an interview with Pema Chödrön, author and Buddhist nun.
She was talking about paying attention to life because it’s always speaking to us.
She told a story of how she had been appointed director of a Buddhist center in Colorado.
Of course, she was honored to be chosen for such a position, but she wasn’t thrilled about it.
Continue reading “Let those wake up calls wake you up!”
Since I was about 10, I’ve kept journals.
Not consistently, but sporadically over the years.
After 35 years, that periodic effort has added up to a whole lot of spiral bound note books, hard cover journals, old-fashioned diaries with a key, and pieces of mismatched loose leaf and bits of paper bound together in a folder.
Continue reading “Strength is moving forward…”
Sitting is said to be the new smoking.
And I tend to agree.
The dangers of sitting are being increasingly studied and documented, so there’s science out there to prove what I’m about to say.
Continue reading “Take a stand against sitting”
Spoiler alert: Food is not the enemy.
But do you feel like it is?
Does it feel like food is holding you hostage, forcing you to do things you didn’t want to do, teasing you, and making you into a liar.
Then I’ve got news for you.
Continue reading “Food: Energy or Enemy?”
On September 18th I’m launching a brand new 30-day challenge.
And guess what?
It’s not just about exercise this time.
This time I wanted to create a much more holistic challenge that would get you to dig a little deeper.
I wanted to create an opportunity for you to explore the roots of who you are not just physically, but in every wonderful way.
Continue reading “Say “I DO!” to a brand new 30-day challenge…”
I don’t know about you, but everything gets a lot busier for me come September, which is great and not so great.
On the one side, I’m so enthusiastic at this time of year! I’m excited to start or re-start all kinds of classes, coaching opportunities, and various online projects.
But on the other side, my time becomes more limited, and it’s easy to fall into the “I’m too busy” excuse.
So, to keep on track this fall, I’m going to get accountable… in a big way. And here’s how…
Continue reading “Do you have skin in the game? Here are 4 ways to get accountable and achieve your goals…”
Don’t you just LOVE fall?
To me, fall is like the start of a brand new year.
It’s a time to start something new, or pick up where we left off after the excitement and spontaneity of summer.
If you’re ready to pick up a new fitness habit, or just get back on the fitness wagon, then I’ve got something for you…
I want to know… What does being FIT mean to you?
As I get older (I’m now in my mid-forties), being fit has gone way beyond just about looking good in a pair of jeans.
FIT has taken on a much bigger, more important meaning.
As I move forward in life, I want to not only be physically fit, but I also want to be mentally fit, spiritually fit, and fit in terms of my relationships as well.
This means I want to stay active, avoid disease, be mentally sharp and focused, enjoy down time for yoga and meditation, travel, be present with the loves of my life, and just feel good in my own skin.
I want to keep enjoying these aspects of my life for decades to come.
Now, what about you?
Continue reading “The 3 Keys to Finding Your Fit After 40: Mind, Body, Food”