We often jump to start a new healthy habit but don't think about the cost of achieving it--the health "taxes" we have to pay in order to be able to change our lifestyle. This tax day, take a look at the lifestyle changes you want to start and what they will cost you; this way you can decide what changes are worth making and be able to implement them more effectively!
What the Heck Happened to My New Year’s Resolutions?
New Year's resolutions can be a great way to create positive behavioral changes that support our health. Learn about how to stick to them through concrete, attainable goals and solid planning!
Capitalizing on Special Days – Grabbing a “NEW” Start and Utilizing it
Did I mention I love my birthday? 😉 An early January birthday comes with a lot of downsides: “Combo” Christmas-Birthday presents, No one really wants to attend another party after NYE, and A lot of belated Happy Birthdays. So how can I LOVE my birthday? Because the world starts again on January 2nd. No more... Continue Reading →
Old Pesky Patterns – A Lesson From My Snatch
First of all, the snatch I am referring to is an Olympic lift, as in weightlifting. If you’ve never seen one here’s a link to this beautiful, stunning, artform. Enjoy! When I’m in the gym snatching, my technique usually stays pretty good until the weight gets heavy. See, the heavier weight always causes older movement... Continue Reading →
Our bodies need water to function properly. In fact, we should drink half of our body weight in ounces every day and add 20-40 ounces if we work out during the day. Starting the day with 12 to 16 ounces of water is a great way to set your body and brain up for success.... Continue Reading →