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  • Building Basketball Shoulders Every one dreams of having strong basketball like shoulders.  Women stuff their jackets and blouses with extra padding so their shoulders look fuller.  Wouldn’t it be nice to have a suit or blouse fit without padding?  Well, it is possible with a little hard work in the gym.  Luckily, for most people the shoulders develop ...
  • Injury Prevention We exercise for a myriad of reasons.  Many of these reasons are obvious such as  reduction of body fat, weight management, mental health, to feel better, or just for the overall positive health benefits.  However, there are certain injury prevention protocols that should be followed.  The last thing any of us wants is prolonged downtime ...
  • Kick Start a Healthier Lifestyle in the New Year! Every 365 days we celebrate a New Year.  For many of us this is a time of reflection.  At some point we look at what changes or improvements we can make in the new year. Losing weight or getting into better physical condition are typically at the top of the list, as they should be, ...
  • Planning for Exercise “Time” is the number one obstacle or excuse for not exercising consistently.  It seems like we never have enough of time these days to do everything. That “To Do” or “Honey Do” list keeps getting longer and longer. We all have work obligations, family commitments and social events. Then there are errands such as the post ...
  • How to Get Motivated To Change Your Lifestyle! “All are chosen, few respond”    Anonymous Over the years I have been asked repeatedly by news reporters, editors, freelance writers, clients and people just like you…… how do I get motivated to exercise?   What I have learned over the years is there are ONLY 3-ways we become motivated to exercise.  The only exception to this rule ...
  • Food Industry Impact on our Health Living a healthy lifestyle is all about consistency and balance!  Eating the right foods, getting plenty of exercise, rest and having a positive attitude are all key components to a healthy lifestyle.  This includes eating plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits, low-fat protein sources, whole grains, nuts, legumes and drinking at least 8 glasses of ...
  • Considerations When Choosing a Personal Trainer? A question I am often asked during my presentations is “How do I choose a Personal Trainer?”  Choosing the right trainer is vital because you are entrusting your body to that person. Often clients choose their trainer based upon how the trainers body appears.  The thinking is “if they are shredded and sculpted then they ...
  • Motorola’s MotoACTV Hits a Home Run! Motorola just revolutionized the fitness community with “The World’s first GPS Fitness Tracker with Smart MP3 Player all in one”.   MotoACTV renders those highly complicated heart rate monitors obsolete.   For those tech savvy fitness enthusiasts, periodic exercisers or athletes the MotoACTV is a match made in heaven.  Kudos to Motorola for stepping into the new ...
  • Protica Nutrional Product Review We all hear the same old song and dance about eating right: taking your time to savor your food; taking your time to chew every bite. Unfortunately, time is a luxury that most of us do not have, which means more often than not, we short our body of the nutrients that it needs on a daily basis. This is especially ...
  • Coconut Water …..is it all that! Coconut water has been the rage for several years now and is on its way to becoming a 35 million per year industry.  However, is Coconut water really all it’s cracked up to be?  Is it really as healthy as touted and does it offer all the medical based benefits that have been claimed? Well the truth is ...
  • Healthy Eating When it comes to weight loss and weight management a healthy, balanced diet is tantamount to success. You cannot expect to reduce body fat or manage your weight unless you ingest the nutrients to support such efforts. I have spent my life, from a very young age, learning about proper nutrition. This became my mission in life. ...
  • Fitness Tips In my experience, over the last two decades, I have found people often embark on an exercise regime and begin trying to eat healthier as a short-term fix to a long- term issue.  At some point the despair of the mirror reflecting back at you an unpleasant image, and the frustration of clothes no longer ...
  • DOer Lifestyle Tips If you are a DOer then you have a DOer lifestyle. The key to making a DOer lifestyle work for you is time management. It is important that you use your time wisely and productively. Here are a few tips that I hope will help you live a healthier Doer, on-the-go, lifestyle. Cook meals in bulk ...
  • Obstacle of Time We all have very busy lifestyle what with family, career, social and personal obligations. So time is the #1 obstacle to getting fit, practicing good nutrition habits and living a healthy lifestyle….. not just for you, but for everyone. Trust me I get it! I have an extremely busy lifestyle too.  I wear many different hats everyday. ...
  • Stevia Benefits There has been a lot of hoopla the past few years about whether or not Stevia is a good substitute for sugar. Based upon medical research on Stevia and my own personal experience the answer is undoubtedly yes.  I realize that eliminating sugar from ones diet completely is an unrealistic expectation for most people.  There are just ...
  • Osteoporosis Give me five minutes and I will show you a couple of work out recommendations to reduce weak bones. About 10 million Americans have osteoporosis, and another 34 million have low bone mass, (osteopenia). A disease with no symptoms, osteoporosis affects about 20 percent of men and 80 percent of women. Because bones gradually become weaker, ...
  • 4 Minute Office Abs You’re constantly on the run. No time to hit the gym. That flat stomach is starting to not be so flat anymore and your tummy is feeling a little mushy like cookie doe. Not to mention your lower back is starting to act up again. These are all indications of what we refer to as ...
  • The 4 C’s for Living a Healthy Life The four C’s are all components of a balanced fitness regime and a healthy eating plan that produces results efficiently and effectively. I’m all about getting fast results and these very results for life. So what exactly are the 4 C’s? They are commitment, courage, consistency and choices, but not necessarily in that order. Commitment first and ...
  • Cholesterol Part 2 As I stated in Part 1 of my Blog on the relationship between cholesterol and LDL it is my intention in Part 2 to help you understand the significance of high VLDL (very low density lipoproteins) in comparison to overall LDL (low density lipoproteins) and HDL (high density Lipoproteins) levels when it comes to determining ...
  • Cholesterol Part 1 We have all heard that high cholesterol can cause heart disease and atherosclerosis. Heart disease is the #1 health problem for both women and men in the United States. Cholesterol can build up along the walls of your arteries. When too much builds up, it can block the flow of blood. Arteries that supply blood ...
  • Staying Healthy in a Recession Today the US, as a country, is not only in the deepest recession most of us have ever experienced, but capitalism as we once knew it has changed and will continue to change. I don’t think any of us will look at a dollar bill the same way we once did. Cutting costs, tightening our ...