My Challenge To You!

I have a challenge for you… But first, some context for the challenge. I may not know a ton about you personally, but I feel confident assuming that you got into fitness to REDUCE your stress and IMPROVE your happiness in life. I’d also venture to say the opposite’s been true… For you, fitness has … Continue reading My Challenge To You!

Meal Prep is a Tradeoff!

It’s A Trade Off Just had a conversation with a client yesterday about prepping healthy food and how annoying it can be…   ____________   I’ll be the first one to admit: cooking gets annoying. I’m on the go. I have clients I’m responsible for. I have to bring you guys content here, I work … Continue reading Meal Prep is a Tradeoff!

Want to lose weight starting today? Are you up for the challenge?

LOSE WEIGHT STARTING TODAY! Include low calorie veggies with most of your meals. Include leaner proteins with most of your meals. Limit snacking (1/day) and eat fruit or protein. Stick to low or zero calorie drinks and condiments. Start walking more (aim for 8-12k steps per day). Start lifting weights a few times per week. … Continue reading Want to lose weight starting today? Are you up for the challenge?

Lack of Sleep & Fat Gain: What’s the Link?

-Lack of Sleep & Fat Gain The human brain is the most complex thing on earth. Really though, comment something more complex, I actually want to hear other opinions! That being said, the brain can have major implications in our body composition. How so you might ask? Well, obviously there are regions associated w/ hormone … Continue reading Lack of Sleep & Fat Gain: What’s the Link?

Feeling off? Could be HPA Axis Dysfunction . . .

HPA AXIS DYSFUNCTION Lack of Sleep (Tired & Wired) Metabolic Changes Loss of Libido Low Energy/Poor Focus Poor Mood HPA Axis Dysfunction has become a very prominent issue in today’s society…The HPA axis are hormone secreting glands… H: Hypothalamus P: Pituitary gland in the brain A: Adrenal glands that sit on the kidneys These are … Continue reading Feeling off? Could be HPA Axis Dysfunction . . .