December 18, 2019

How to feel better on the weary days.

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I’m pretty much as consistent as can be when it comes to getting in workouts. Four times a week in the gym, specific and progressive program, autopilot, but fun. Still, sometimes, I burn out. It’s usually more mentally than anything else, but no matter. Point is, I don’t want to go. Some days, some weeks, […]

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December 13, 2019

You don’t have to have a goal.

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You do. Not. Have. To have a goal. No, seriously. You don’t. I was talking to a new client yesterday about what she was looking for, why she had reached out to me for training. She kind of bumbled all self-conscious through a response that went something like: “I mean, I’m motivated to go to […]

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November 15, 2019

What’s the bare minimum for exercise?

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I don’t know about you, but there are certain areas of my life that I don’t go beyond doing the bare minimum. I’m not embarrassed to admit it. We can’t be full tilt everywhere. For me, bare minimum areas are stuff like house cleaning (I have a cleaning professional who comes every other week and […]

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November 6, 2019

Raising the bar.

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Last week, I received an unexpected but not unexciting email. “Congratulations!” it said. “You have been selected as the November 2019 PFP Trainer of the Month for Personal Fitness Professional! Your story and what you’re doing in the industry is inspiring!” “Whoa.” I said quietly to myself. “What?” asked Marty from the lounge chair next to me. […]

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