Coronavirus Weight Gain & How To Get Rid Of It
Apr05

Coronavirus Weight Gain & How To Get Rid Of It

Choices, choices, choices… When the COVID-19 social distancing mandate is lifted and we all emerge from our homes, you’re going to notice that many people put on weight during this stressful time. And it’s hard to blame them. Because fitness is hard. It’s hard when life is normal, let alone when the world is on lockdown causing our stress to steadily rise and tempting us to turn to comfort food. Every day we have choices to make, and...

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Get Lean While In COVID-19 Quarantine!
Mar29

Get Lean While In COVID-19 Quarantine!

You’re stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic with Netflix and comfort foods causing you a huge amount of temptation. Not to mention the stress of this uncertain time making it easy to resort to stress eating… The fact is that after this quarantine you’re either going to be in worse shape – having gained many at-home pounds, OR you could use this extra time off to make visible progress towards your best body ever. Here are 12...

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Basic Fat Loss Math
Feb02

Basic Fat Loss Math

Would you like to be 50 pounds lighter just 12 months from now? Can you imagine how you would look? You’d look like a whole new, younger person. It’s actually much easier than you think, and I’m not talking about invasive, costly surgery, or grueling routines. All it takes is losing one pound each week. One single pound. Let’s break it down mathematically. A pound is 3,500 calories—spread that over 7 days and you need a 500-calorie...

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Your Fastest Track to Fat Loss
Jan26

Your Fastest Track to Fat Loss

If you have weight to lose, then this message is meant specifically for you. Through my work with weight loss clients over the years, I’ve come to learn the fastest track to fat loss, and I’d like to share it with you today. First, I’d like to ask you a few questions. At this stage in your life, have you noticed the following? It’s easier to gain weight these days. Your body is changing as you age, and not in a good way. You have less...

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Read This Before Making New Year’s Resolutions
Dec29

Read This Before Making New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year! Before you move forward to set new resolutions for 2020, let’s take a moment to look back and reflect on your results in 2019. Did you accomplish your goals this past year? (YES or NO) 

If “NO” then answer these 5 Questions for insight into your failure.

 1️. Were your goals clearly written down and reviewed regularly? If you’re ambiguous about what you are setting off to achieve then it will never culminate in...

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How To Avoid Weight Gain During The Holidays
Dec01

How To Avoid Weight Gain During The Holidays

Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean that your fitness goals no longer matter. In fact, if you lose sight of your fat loss goals entirely this month, you’ll have a seriously rude awakening come January 1st in the form of nasty weight gain. I have a better idea for you…let’s keep you focused on your fitness goals while still making room for some fun this holiday season. This means that you’ll need to learn how to indulge with...

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Do you really want to be fit?
Nov17

Do you really want to be fit?

Do you ever give up what you want MOST for what you want NOW? Think about it… If what you want most is to lose the weight—once and for all—but then you give in and order pizza for dinner, you’ve just given up what you want MOST (a healthier, leaner body) for what you wanted NOW (convenient and comforting food). It’s worth thinking about. Are your actions congruent with your goals? This is true of any goal, it’s not limited to...

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Be A Fitness Role Model
Oct20

Be A Fitness Role Model

Who’s watching you? Getting fit and healthy is an individual journey. It takes focusing on yourself, your choices, your progress, and ultimately your results. And so it’s easy to be fooled into thinking that it’s all about you. Sure, it is about you, but at the same time, each and every choice that you make, and action that you take, is being noticed by someone. Who’s watching you? Your kids. Kids care very little...

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