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Coaching people to EAT SMARTER and MOVE SMARTER so they can develop the habits necessary to achieve their HEALTH and FITNESS goals and keep them for LIFE

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How to Perform the Push-up, Squat, Plank, and Pull-up

As promised, here is the video showing the recommended technique for each exercise in the 2015 Fitness Challenge.

As always, any questions or comments are welcome.

Challenge starts tomorrow. Are you ready?

Assuming you used the S.M.A.R.T.E.R. strategy for choosing your goal(s), you might we wondering, “what do I do now?” If so, that’s what today’s post is about.

If you are serious and committed about your goal, you first need to look at some of your HABITS.

  • What HABITS do you currently have that will help you toward reaching your goal?
  • What HABITS do you currently have that will hinder you from reaching your goal?
  • What HABITS do you need to develop to help you reach your goal?
  • What HABITS do you need to break right now so you can more easily and quickly reach your goal?

Continue reading “I’ve Chosen My Goal, Now What?!?”

3 Ways Your Cardio is Making You Fatter

I have been planning to do a post on the myths we believe about cardio, specifically LSD (long slow distance) running, and why it is detrimental to the body. And then I found this excellent article by Ryan Faehnle. Check out his blog at The Fat Loss Solution. Continue reading “3 Ways Your Cardio is Making You Fatter”

12 Small Changes to a Healthier Body

This is part 3 in a series of posts that started with Small Changes. Several of you have asked me nicely to “get on with it”, which tells me there are at least a few of you ready to put it all together and start seeing some real results. Love your passion!!

So here are the changes you need to make to THE WAY YOU EAT AND THE WAY YOU MOVE to reach your goals: Continue reading “12 Small Changes to a Healthier Body”

Myths about the Food We Love

If you’ve made it this far, giving up your Diet Coke must not be a deal-breaker. After I suggested everyone eliminate soft drinks, I was worried I may have lost a few addicts out there unwilling to make that first “small” change.

I also wanted to point out that this is not about starving yourself or even calorie-reduction specifically. This is about eating and drinking healthier than you were before, which in turn, will lead to fat melting off of your body in a healthy way.

Now for the myths that keep us eating food that is making us fat: Continue reading “Myths about the Food We Love”

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