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Try These Functional Bodyweight Moves Long before bodyweight training became “in vogue,” those of us who have been around the block for a while trained this way because all the popular “toys” you now see in group exercise rooms weren’t around. We learned the art of bodyweight training and how to properly position our body against gravity because gravity was all we had. Like good and bad fashion, what’s old is new again and bodyweight training is no exception. This is one “fad,” however, that I’m happy to revisit, and if you read my blogs regularly you know I’m a huge fan of using our body as resistance for smarter, more intuitive body dynamics. Here are three of my favorite bodyweight exerci

How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

Yes, those two words can be used in the same sentence, even when temptation surrounds us and routines are lost in the flourish of holiday madness. Even when kids are home from school, family is visiting from out of town, and our house feels like an endless hub of activity. I realize that during the holidays time feels like a precious, limited commodity; but I still contend that when it’s most tempting to skip our workout and other healthy habits is when we need them the most. During the holidays we are inundated with sweets, treats, cocktails, and an abundance of situations where our self-control is put to the test. That’s why this week I decided to share four S words to help you stay health

When Was The Last Time?

I want to live well, and that as opposed to living long is my goal. To live well I believe we have to take risks and go after our goals. We also have to ask questions, because the answers to those questions can impact our lives in ways we never imagined. There are so many questions we could ask, ones that require soul searching and ones that require nothing more than to put our inhibitions aside. I have three questions for you for a little Monday Motivation. The first two are light and fun and encourage you to embrace more joy in your life. The third question might require some soul searching, and of course I love that question because that’s where true growth and life-changing opportunities

Today is the Youngest You Will Ever Be

Sometimes it’s our friends who know us best and sometimes all it takes is a little Dove dark chocolate for some true insight. I’m proud of my age, how about you? Seldom a week goes by where I don’t announce to one of my fitness classes: “Take a look at the clock and note the date and time… Remember, today is the youngest you’ll ever be. This hour will never repeat itself, this experience will never happen again, and you’ll never be as young as you are right now. That said; what are you waiting for? We don’t get repeats and second chances are rare. Five Tips to Take Advantage of Time… Today: 1. Today… Inhale confidence and exhale self-doubt. Your breath is the key to good posture and conscio

Dear Angie, Please help me get back on the wagon!

Hello Everyone, This week I wanted to share a different type of blog. It’s actually a letter I received from a reader who wrote to me on my website. She agreed to let me share our exchange, as her concerns and struggles are not uncommon. I believe her words will resonate with many of you, just as they did with me, and it is my hope that my responses will prove helpful to those who might need a little extra boost of motivation and a few tips to get back on the wagon. Kristine's Message: "Hello, My name is Kristine and I am a 43-year-old housewife and mother of 4 children. It has been about 18 months since I've enjoyed a regular fitness program and I am ready to return to one, as I am very unh

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