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Is cardio the do all & be all? The answer may surprise you!

Cardio, cardio, cardio . . . If I had a nickel for every time a client mentioned cardio and weight loss in the same sentence . . . I’d be a rich woman.

Yes, cardio is important but nutrition is key when it comes to health and weight loss.

 

 

 

 

 

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Holiday Survival Guide

Start-up Saturday!

Here’e your Holiday Survival Guide:  Learn How to Get Through the Holidays With No Regrets.Let’s face it:  it is hard to stick to a healthy eating and exercise plan during the holidays.  Everywhere we turn there are tempting foods and drinks—from treats at office parties to our own traditional family favorites.  When you add in a busy schedule filled with shopping and get-togethers that make it tough to squeeze in exercise, you have a recipe for disaster as far as our scales are concerned. Read more

7 Food Triggers & Tricks to Battle

Happy Saturday to all,

Today I’ve been thinking about food triggers.  The top 7 would be:

  • Location – Certain chair in your house; going to grocery store hungry; or a place like a movie theatre.
  • Activity – Watching tv, studying, reading, or socializing.
  • People – Friends you normally go out with to happy hour, dinner or partying.
  • Occasions – Birthday parties, weddings, holidays, summer parties.
  • Sensory – Candy display, smell food, taste a bite of a sample at a store or restaurant.
  • Time – Time of day i.e. afternoon snack time.
  • Mood – Anger, sadness, depression, insecurity.

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From Tears of Misery to Tears of Joy . . . my journey with Tony Robbins & Ben Coomber

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Definitely me a year ago.  Closing that door has opened so many new ones and I’m excited at how many changes I’ve made and continue to make.

I find it ironic that when I was so depressed, anxious, and frustrated; crying every day; and moving further and further into my own work world … I could not break free from the comfort that was my work life.  But when I walked out that door, it was like a burden was lifted and I could think clearly.  No more tears … only smiles.  No more frustration … only calmness.  My mind was free and my thinking was clearer which lead me to living again.  I found my true passion for what I was meant to do with my life. Read more