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Eating the Food and Metabolism…A Continuing Saga

November 21, 2013 | Comments: 10 Comments

Categories: Motivation, Nutrition, Science, Wellness

I’ve written about the fact that I’ve started eating more calories here  and here. After my weight stayed stable for a while, I continued to eat about 1900-2000 calories most days. I’ve been wildly excited with every side effect of eating more food from not being cold all of the time, to having periods that are […]

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Effective Cardio Using Just Your Upper Body

April 29, 2013 | Comments: 2 Comments

Categories: Equipment, Exercises & Workouts, Wellness

One of the biggest mistakes humans make when thinking about exercise is that is that all good cardiovascular exercise has to be done with the legs. Not true! I’ve had clients in wheelchairs and those who couldn’t walk due to diabetic neuropathies. You know what they could do, though? Pull. Get yourself a set of […]

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Client Success!

November 25, 2012 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes out to Robin Coon for working her way off blood pressure meds! I’m so happy for you and proud of all your hard work. Next up, Disney Princess Half-Marathon! Related posts: Benefits of Meditation

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BOSU: The Basics

April 19, 2011 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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My favorite piece of equipment is the BOSU. It’s an inflated half dome on a flat platform that can be used with either the dome side or the platform side up, BOth Sides Up. Why is it so awesome? Because just about anything you can do on the floor or on a step, you can […]

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Cross Trainers vs Running Shoes: They are not interchangeable

June 16, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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When I am talking to a new client one of the first things I do is look at their shoes. Are they old? New? Covered in grass stains? Cross trainers or running shoes? Many of my clients buy new shoes before the second session because the shoes they think are the most comfortable shoes ever […]

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Exercise Myths

April 14, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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People are finally starting to believe that a person cannot do a thousand crunches a day and lose belly fat, and that they cannot have a great work out then reward themselves with a cookie that comprises 25% of their daily food intake and still expect to lose weight, though if you are going to […]

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Advanced Interval Training: High-Intensity Interval Training

March 31, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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High-Intensity Interval Training (HIT) is back in the news again.  A small study published in the March 2010 issue of the Journal of Physiology showed that in men, short bursts of intense exercise works just as well for increasing muscle fitness as longer, lower intensity exercise.  In this case, fitness is defined as the ability […]

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Two Questions About Muscle Soreness After a Workout

March 11, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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These are two questions sent to me by one of my fans on FaceBook and my answers. There are two kinds of muscle soreness, acute and delayed onset.  Acute soreness occurs during the workout and usually goes away after the exercise is over.  Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) occurs 24-48 hours post exercise.  There are […]

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Questions About Strength Training for Women

February 24, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

Categories: Equipment, Exercises & Workouts, Motivation, Wellness

Five questions I hear all of the time and the answers I give.  These are by no means the exhaustive information on the matter, just a place to start.   1.  I don’t want to look like a man.  If I lift heavy weights will I bulk up?    I can almost promise you that you […]

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Fun Indoor, Cold Weather Workout

February 17, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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Here in the Mid-Atlantic region it is cold and windy with snow piled up to four feet high.  Folks in the Midwest may scoff at a mere four feet, but I assure you, this is huge for our area.  Clearly, no one is going to the gym, but this is no reason not to work […]

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