Stay ahead of the Holiday Food Game

At least another week (probably two) of parties, fancy restaurants, holiday goodies and many temptations?

  1. How to conquer obstacles before they physically appear?Plan friendly meals.  Are you lucky enough to live at a health spa or have a personal chef?  If not, then you know that “Eating well doesn’t happen by accident … You have to make it happen with planning and prep.”

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Ben Coomber’s thoughts on breakfast biscuits.

 

You all know that I follow Ben Coomber, since I have have mentioned it a time or 2 hundred times.  🙂

His latest video re: breakfast biscuits is a hoot.  It’s short so no excuses not to watch.  Enjoy and make better healthy food choices.

What I think about breakfast biscuits – Ben Coomber

So I've just been asked what I think about breakfast biscuits…

Posted by Ben Coomber on Friday, December 8, 2017

IBS and Food Strategies

In one of my nutrition courses, the subject was IBS and food strategies to address it.

 

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Let’s do some butt lifting

Hello,

I always tease my clients when they are performing a deadlift or leaping lunges that they are “lifting their butts without the surgery”.  I didn’t realize there was an exercise referred to as  the “non-surgical butt lift”.  Ha!

Low & behold it’s not the deadlift or leaping lunges but is a single leg deadlift.  Therefore, I started incorporating that move into workouts.

 

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Surviving the Holidays. They are everywhere!

As a personal trainer, I’ve been told many times “I’ll start eating healthy . . .”
  • Tomorrow.
  • After this party or that party.
  • After graduation.
  • After my vacation.

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Some Times You Have to Laugh at Yourself

Okay so today was a big day.

Started out with a walk to the polls to vote.

Followed by a very interesting conversation with a neighbor re: marketing.

A not-so-quick jaunt to the nail salon to get my glow-in-the-dark fingers painted black.  Why?  Cause they glowed very bright orange and I was afraid to freak someone at UPW out.

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Get rid of the SNIOP!

You are important!

Try . . . experiment . . . have fun . . . succeed!