Resources, Tips & Inspo
The mental beating we give ourselves, which results in extra physical punishment – which are typically seen as healthy habits (going for a run, eating a salad, etc.) – are NOT self-care.
Support this blog when you…
You’ve heard the buzz about intermittent fasting, but does it really work? I did it for one month and here’s what I found…
So you’re ready to get healthy again, but where to start? Most exercise and diet plans ask you to do a total life overhaul… and no big surprise, they FAIL!
Rather than adding more and MORE to your plate when you’re already struggling to stay consistent with what you’ve got, instead, try asking yourself one question: what is making this hard to do?
When you’re helping someone with a problem that you also find yourself struggling with, you’re also (in a roundabout way) helping yourself!
Confused about how long you should workout to get results? In this video I share the right amount of time for your workouts where you’ll actually get results!
Struggling to stay motivated to workout or eat healthy? In this video I share the secret to staying motivated to workout, eat healthy and lose weight.
Having been a coach for seven years, I’ve experimented on and off with various heart rate monitors and trackers – wearables, apps and self-reporting. And ultimately I’ve come to the conclusion that no, you absolutely don’t need to use any type of health/fitness tech to successfully get in shape, lose some weight or improve your health.
As someone who has designed hundreds of workout programs for just as many clients and athletes, I can say with 100% certainty, the best program out there is the one you will actually do!
We’re a week in and if you’ve already fallen off the resolution wagon, all is not lost!!! So don’t give up on it just yet. Read on for three tips on how to save it.
As you’re considering a ‘new year, new me’ diet change, keep in mind that WHEN you eat may matter just as much as WHAT you eat. The timing of our food absolutely matters for many, many reasons.
When we think about getting back in shape, it’s the equivalent of seeing the ginormous elephant and thinking it’s completely unreasonable to go from where you are now to being in shape again.
The reasoning behind getting Fit In Five is that it’s not about the length of time. If it rolled off the tongue as nicely, I could call it Fit In One because it would still promote the basic premise. That basic premise is this: habit building.
Fit In Five 5-Day Challenge
Between work, family and catching the latest Real Housewives episode, who even has time to go to the gym these days??
I'll email you each day with what circuit to do... all you have to do is start getting fit again in just five minutes!