ACE CEC Mental / Physical Exercises for Long-term Stress Management IntroductionWhat happens if client is stressed and goes through a hard workout? Their performance decreases, less motivated, less energy, and have a higher potential for injury. How do you as a trainer fix this?
MODERATION “Everything in moderation” is a pretty popular saying. Here are some translations: Life is short.A little bad is good for you.I do it, so you should too.I can handle it. We assume that our body can handle moderation and maybe it can but what is meant by handle and what is meant by moderation. I have heard the answers to these questions vary quite a bit.
Hi friends who like a challenge,Spring is in the air, I think. I actually am really confused lately when it comes to the weather. Is it going to be sunny or gray and does that even mean cold, cool or warm? I thought I would write a quick post to give you some background on me and the current 28-Day program. Read as much as you have time for. I am a full-time personal trainer/wellness coach of 15 years. I’m thankful to have the best job in the world.
Another Year. Another Diet. Another Disappointment.My top 3 solutions to taking control during the holidays.The holidays are just around the corner and we celebrate them by enjoying delicious treats. We don’t want to miss out on all of the festivities. Temptation can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness plan.
Posted by Heike Yates @ Wednesday, December 21, 2016 @ 14:56pm
Creating more personal time tops the list of goals many people want to accomplish. Juggling demands of work, family, and household make it difficult to find a few minutes of uninterrupted, relaxing “me” time. When you’re tired, stressed, and pulled in too many directions, it’s hard to give your best to all you must accomplish.Focusing on your personal well-being helps you stay energized and productive. Aim to make self-care a priority:
Posted by Janet Franz @ Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 07:20am
Exercise and anger, what do they have in common?Well, they have a lot in common.What do you do when you get mad? Do you yell or scream? How about punch a hole in the wall or punch someone? Well, I'd hate for you to punch someone, so, let's hope that is not the case.Just like exercise can help many other things, it can help you manger your anger.Here are four reasons why exercise and anger have a lot in common.
I have people approach me almost everyday seeking my advice about losing weight, or they have started started a diet and exercise regimen, but seem to have reached a plateau in their efforts. I know the topic of weight loss is always a confusing one.
Posted by Alexis Scott @ Sunday, September 18, 2016 @ 14:07pm