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Holiday Havoc Training

4 December 2011

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Holiday Havoc Training

The holidays are one of the hardest times to stay on your fitness regimen, let alone make progress.  I decided the way I was going to conquer this issue was to sign up for my 2nd marathon on Jan 7th.  The object is to keep me on track by having an end race goal in […]

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Are You Intimidated?

3 January 2011

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If you're one of the "newbies" or someone who has worked out for quite some time, being intimidated in a busy gym is normal.  I have many clients come to me with the fear of working out because they don't know what to do!  They don't want to look like the person who doesn't know […]

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Post Christmas Push

27 December 2010

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Now that the "holidays" are pretty much complete, it is the time to regain composure and reevaluate your workouts.  This is the time to get going before the New year's Resolution groups begins flooding in.  How do you deal with the onslaught of people that hit the gym for the first 2 months of the […]

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Six More Days Til Christmas!

19 December 2010

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Oh boy oh boy, it is almost time!  I'm sure 90% of us have encountered numerous cookies, cakes, parties with the Christmas cocktails.  Go ahead, enjoy!  But wait wait, be sure to control the amount of times in which you "enjoy".  Everyone deserves to indulge for a moment during the holidays, but only if you […]

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Being Diverse as a Trainer

7 December 2010

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This is for all you trainers out there who may be feeling the holiday lull.  It is all about diversity this holiday season.  Here are some tips for keeping your business successful as we head into the new year.   1. Be Flexible.  As important as it is to hold clients accountable, it is important […]

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Crazy Schedules = Crazy Workouts

6 December 2010

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That's right!  I know and have heard it all for the past month about schedules being packed and no time for workouts.  That is just ridiculous! No time for workouts?? Skipping your workout is NOT the right way to go.  There are repercussions such as laziness, weight gain, low energy.  Why would you want to […]

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One Holiday Down, One to Go!

26 November 2010

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Ok ok, I am not going to post about how you should not have had that 2nd plate of potatoes, or how you could have done without that 2nd piece of pie, or even how you feel like crap today from guilt.  Look, I know most people are going to indulge a little on the […]

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How Do You Push Through Adversity?

16 November 2010

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Many people, especially around the holidays, end up sacrificing their fitness goals in time of family, presents, holiday parties, lots of food, office parties, and travel.  It is SO important to make sure you take the proper precautions to avoid getting off track.  Here are some tips you can follow to help you make it […]

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