Be The Example

Back in 2017, I celebrated my 10 year “fit-a-versary” with the company that changed my whole world. They helped me to regain control of my blood pressure WITHOUT adding prescriptions to my life and budget. They pushed me to not only transform my body and my internal health, they also helped me mentally to get…

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If It Does Not Fit

I was thinking about excuses again this morning, because I was coming up with one to NOT get my workout in. I was tired and had gotten up late, and was saying in my head, “I’ll just do it tomorrow.” But I am committed to self care and making myself a priority this year, so…

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Make Plans To Jump Back On The Bandwagon!

Let me tell you how I fell off the fitness bandwagon – flat on my face.   We moved to a bigger home in February 2014. I was super excited because there was a section of the house upstairs that was going to be perfect for my workout space. I had plans to set up…

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The 3 Best Ways To Know Your Weight Is An Issue

It’s so crazy, right?   One moment you are rocking the athletic body, having people come and ask you where you workout and what you eat, and walking into a room with complete confidence. Fast forward some years, and you are looking in the mirror, wondering what in the world happened to your banging body.…

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Change Won’t Happen Until You Do This

Everyone out there is looking for change.   Even you – because you wouldn’t be here unless you are really ready to change your life and your health for the better.   But I have to let you know that you have ZERO chance for making a total transformation in your life, unless you draw…

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The ONE Thing That Saved Me In My College Years

I remember back when I was in college. Oh, the days of walking everywhere, eating whatever you wanted to eat (mostly), catching rides off campus when needed, and the late night study sessions at the library and afterwards. When I think about it, though, I am really grateful for my undergrad years. Not only did…

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