Train to Get Results The key to getting results is to do workouts that align with your goals. That might sound obvious, but it's easy to get thrown off track by random instagram workouts, or workouts that don't actually lead to your goal. While the process of working out might
Exercise science has grown over the years. As we learn more, we use more effective ways to reach our goals. What used to be common knowledge, might now be learned to be ineffective. Here are 3 classic fitness myths and what you can do to learn from them! Myth #1:
Self love versus growth. On the surface, these ideas seem like they would conflict. Should you accept who you are now? Or should you strive to be a better version of yourself? Is it possible to do both? Let's start by defining self-love. Self Love Self love is the art
Mindful training At the beginning of your fitness journey, going through the motions is important. It's all about learning how to move and navigate through workouts. The practice of training is a learned skill. Getting through the beginning phases of learning to train starts with being mindful. Mindful training means
My First Yoga Session I've tried yoga a handful of times. My first time, I accidentally did hot yoga when I thought it was regular yoga. Lessons learned, bring a towel and extra shirt to all yoga classes! I did go on to try other yoga places and something I
In fitness, results come later, never immediately. Looking to build strength? Building endurance? Lose body fat? Increasing mobility? All of these goals take time. Some take a couple of weeks, while some could take months to years. How can we redefine our lifestyle to create lasting change?
Start with Strength When it comes to your fitness journey, I recommend starting with strength-training before prioritizing conditioning training. While there isn't anything wrong with starting with conditioning, starting with strength saves time because you build a foundation first. What I mean when I say Strength Training: * Training muscles in
We're at newsletter 50! If you've been here the whole time, I'm truly grateful. I've been thinking a ton about the fitness journey, who I serve best, and the results I bring to the table. Because of that, I wanted to share the reason I train, and what inspire growth
When it comes to fitness, I recommend starting with strength instead of starting with cardio. (unless your goal is to run a race!) To be more specific, start with non-isolation movements that allow you to build strength. Some examples are, squats, deadlifts, presses, and pulling movements like pullups and rows.