Our hips are the base for most of our body’s movement. They are the powerhouse that offers stability for the core and they are the foundation behind locomotion. They propel us in walking and moving up stairs. They are the structure that gives us strength behind a squat, in kneeling, or in lifting heavy object.… Continue reading My Hip Pain Doesn’t Lie
It’s so easy to be distracted. We’ve all got a lot on our plates (so to speak) at any given time. It’s often especially so with eating. We eat in the car, we eat while playing with our phones or tablets, we eat while reading a book or magazine. To help with what mindful eating… Continue reading Mindful Eating in a Mindless World
Don’t let travel and holiday time plans get in the way of your fitness goals. Looking for a routine you can do anywhere/anytime? This break week workout requires no dumbbells or bands…just your own body! The circuit is a mix of body weight and cardio exercises. Perform the circuit 2-3x’s depending on how much time… Continue reading Total Body Break Week Workout
“As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles is sure to have trouble.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson What’s the best way to train to run a race? Any race, be it… Continue reading Getting Started with Running
Thanks so much to the Fight the Fear Campaign that brought 8 trainers for 50 women and young daughters this morning at Lakewood Seward Park Community Club. This was a fantastic workshop.. don’t worry if you missed it.. we are planning on another one in January!