Oftentimes, I am asked which type of applications and electronic devices I am using at present.The bad news is that I am somewhat electronically- and device-challenged, meaning that I only use these devices when I really must. And when I use them, I bet I do it at 10% of their potential, having not discovered all the cool stuff they can offer to me! The array and the vastness of possibilities simply scare me. Oh, well, it must be personal, because then, our 12-year-old daughter comes and claims it is all SOOO EASY to navigate!
I see a lot of people throughout my day. Some I see for weight loss and some I see for strength. No matter the client I see, most have had a mental barrier at some point. One the most important things I've learned as a trainer is letting go of clients for much more needed help. I don't mean "let go" in the sense that they aren't doing what I say so I'm going to fire them. I mean in the sense that I know I can no longer help them.
There are thousands of articles, companies, products and individuals out there offering advice on how to lose weight, gain strength, get that beach body, cook healthier and so on. These are all sources of information, which can improve knowledge, but knowledge doesn’t always translate into action.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Monday, August 10, 2015 @ 07:56am
Drinking water is one of the easiest efforts you can incorporate into your weight loss or weight maintenance plan. Think about it: unlike saying no to eating that delicious pastry at work or going to kickboxing class once or twice a week, making sure you are drinking enough water requires little to no will power. There's no excuse for not drinking enough water, and if you're having trouble finding a way to fit your recommended 8 glasses a day into your schedule, it's an easy fix. Let's talk more about how drinking water helps with weight loss.
******Sleep Controls Your Diet-- The debate about the best way to achieve a healthy weight always revolves around eating and movement. If you want to look better, the most common suggestion is “eat less and move more.” But it’s not that simple, or even accurate. Sometimes you want to eat less and move more, but it seems impossible to do so. And there might be a good reason: Between living your life, working, and exercising, you’re forgetting to sleep enough.
August 10, 2015Re-Introducing Personal Revolutions Wellness!I cannot believe it has been 11 years since I hired a coach (the amazing Marta Kegan) to help me figure out what I wanted to do with my life after blowing a gasket working in Human Resources for a Fortune 500 tech company. An action originally motivated by a desire to manage stress turned into a full life and career change that has been enriching and rewarding both intrinsically and extrinsically.
Posted by Denise Shaw @ Sunday, August 09, 2015 @ 14:19pm
Below is a remedial workout that I led a client through recently. For more workouts and how to design your own, point your browser to the page below -http://www.strengthcalisthenics.com/2015/01/articles.html