Category: goal-setting


TweetThe world of health and fitness is hyper-competitive hence as fitness trainers, we are slowly losing the art of designing safe and appropriate fitness programs. Today’s world presents us with clients who may only get to meet with us once or twice per week. Maybe thrice and if they are lucky and may do very […]


TweetI have routinely asked myself why I have kept writing. There is no obvious answer but over time I realized I kept at it. My desire for a healthy community and the chance to create sustainable, healthy changes in my clients’ lives has kept me going. As I utilize this space to bring to flower […]


Tweet  The communal benefits of coming together with friends and doing something difficult, while encouraging one another, pays dividends beyond exercising alone. Simply walking through our door, for most clients, is a big deal and can cause major anxiety. They have no idea what to expect and quite often are expecting the worst. We try […]

Go The Distance.

TweetMost of us find it easiest to stay consistent when they work out first thing in the morning while some prefer evenings. Just make sure a sweat session happens since a workout at any time is better than none. Focus on getting the right mindset too, because preparation is the key to success. Deciding to […]

Staying Injury Free.

TweetWarm-Ups A simple rule of thumb states that whatever the exercise, always start with a good warm-up. It might seem like a drag when your time limited but it is unquestionably beneficial in the long- run. Recent research shows that warming up enables you to exercise for longer, and makes exercise easier and greatly reduces […]