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Training Hard But No Progress? Take These 6 Simple Steps In Order To Push Yourself To The Next Level!

Going to the gym 5 times a week yet you still can’t see that beach body? Working out your biceps daily yet when you look in the mirror and flex you can’t see any results? Has that daily running on…

Perception Is Everything: 5 Essentials To Make A First Good Impression

Remember the “First Impression is Last Impression” rule – thinking that you had a full 24 hours to show them what you really were made off, you know, since your first impression is “embedded” after the first day – well…

Getting Started into a Healthier Lifestyle

Getting Started into a Healthier Lifestyle: A conversation with Dawn Archer from Dawn Estelle Fitness. We are almost through with the first month of 2014 and this is where most people lose inspiration and motivation to keep working towards their…

A Letter To My Younger Self

Dear Little One, I am you, 10 years older, and questionably wiser (emphasis on questionably). I know you are the one who remains quiet in class. When you do speak, it is important. People know this, and they listen. That…

How Do You Want To Feel: Goal Setting, Part 3

The hour was 0600.  The sky was dark.  The air was cold.  But our room was full.  I asked my group fitness class to tell me, in one word, why they move.  Hardly anyone followed instructions, writing many words.  But…

SMART Goals and AARs: Goal Setting, Part 2

A good trainer should be able to help you set SMART goals for the year.  In Goal Setting, Part I, we discussed finding a goal that is significant to you.  Now we will dig deeper on how to measure and…

Fitness Goals And Expectations: Goal Setting – Part 1

“A goal without a plan is just a wish” Antoine de Saint-Exupery. In discussing goals with my clients, I have the following dialogue.  Ask yourself these six questions, or sit down with a friend and go through the discussion, together. …

A Fitness Guru’s perspective – Excuses are for losers

“Yeah, but.” I hear it all the time. It is often muttered when a plan or a good intention goes awry. Say, for instance, you planned to go to the gym after work or you intended to finish that essay…