Blogs about National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)

Approved International Continuing Education Course

My international live workshop is now approved by the top U.S. certification organizations as a continuing education course (CECs/CEUs: 0.9) for fitness professionals around the globe!

Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss

 

7 Things To Look For In A Personal Trainer

 

NSCA's Recognized Certified Personal Trainer Emeritus (RCPT*E)

I am honored, excited and proud to announce that I have been approved by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Recognized Personal Trainer Emeritus (RCPT*E). This recognition looks at a trainer's higher education, commitment to professional development, tenure in the profession for 20+ years as well as being in good professional standing.https://www.nsca.com/rcpt-program/

The Common Denominator

Look in the mirror.That's the only person in between who you are and the person you want to be. Period.Every day there's a new product, gizmo or diet that claims to be the fast track to a healthier and happier you. How many have you tried? Be honest. How did it "workout" for you? Right...that's what I thought.

Why You're Not Reaching Your FItness Goals

The Magic Pill

 

Get Out The Way!

Time is money.  Wish I had a nickel for every time I've heard that.  How often have you wished for more than 24 hours in a day? Prioritizing our to-do list can be quite challenging.  By a show of hands, how high do you rank your personal health and well being?  

The "I" In Team

How many times have you heard "There's no "I" in team?  Take a closer look and you might reconsider.   

Invest In Yourself!

The value of a dollar was instilled in me at a young age by my Parents. "Money doesn't grow on trees" is a phrase I often heard when I wanted something.  I've yet to find a money tree; however, what I've realized in adulthood is...people spend time and money on what's important to them.  Whether it's travel, dining, entertainment, fashion, automotive, or a plethora of other options, we tend to make things we enjoy a priority and use our two most valuable resources (time & money) engaging in these activities. Everything else usually gets an excuse.