Dont be a weekend warrior!

Generally the term "Weekend Warrior" refers to someone who doesn't exercise all week long, then hits it hard for the weekend. That person crams the recommended 150 mins worth of cardio a week into 2 days. Working out furiously for two days straight after no activity definitely sets you up for some injuries and soreness. Totally unnecessary.

Go Pack Go!!!

White Bean and Tuna Salad

This tastes awesome, is healthy, easy and quick to make.

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Looking back at 2010! Day 11/70 of SSS2011

It's a month into 2011 and I am finally getting my new year mojo cranked up!!

Eat Less!!!

Losing weight is simple.  Calories in versus Calories out  Are you aware of how much you're really consuming?  Check your diet!  

Leading With Our Hearts

Posture & breath are 2 important components of yoga. Proper posture can help improve our breathing. Slouching causes shallow breathing, causing us to feel tired & sluggish. Simply aligning feet & knees, knees & hips, hips & shoulders, shoulders & ears can reinvigorate our bodies. Lengthening through the spine helps keep our abdominal muscles from sagging. Lifting our chests opens our lungs & helps our breathing. Aligning our heads through, to the top, helps our brains function. Recieving freshly oxyginated blood through our bodies improves our performance.

Everyone struggles.

I used to think that once I became a Personal Trainer I would never have to worry about my diet or eating habits again.  I figured that would come naturally.  I couldn't have been more wrong!  Some days I do great and some days I eat cookies for breakfast...and workout like crazy later.  Exercising is much easier for me than trying to control my diet.  For the most part, staying active comes naturally and this definitely helps to keep me slim and in shape.  It's those darn eating habits that get me off track.   


Hey everyone, this is my first Blogging attempt! I will do my best to stay up on this and I would love your feedback. I will post what's up at Nspired Fitness Studio (NFS) and keep you updated. I would like this to be a place where we can have fun and discuss current diet, workout trends. I would be happy to answer any fitness question you might have. If you can think of something you would like me to highlight, feel free to shoot me a message. I would love to have you join one of my current classes and/or let me know of another class you would be interested in.


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