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Jul 8, 2020
My wife, Emily, and I just went away for a long holiday weekend.
When I use to travel or go on vacation, I did one of two things...
1) Stay perfectly rigid on my eating and workout plan and resist all of the fun food and activities I really wanted to do. I felt proud could be so strict while everyone else was partaking I’m delicious food abs relaxation, but deep down inside I was miserable...
Jun 23, 2020
At 45 years old and having helped thousands of men and women transform their bodies and health, I have realized that before you start any program to transform your body and your health, you need to first define what a successful transformation is to you.
For example, at age 27, it meant getting "shredded", having 6 pack abs and muscle popping out everywhere. lol. Now, at 45, I still care about how I look and am proud to say, I still sport a 6-pack :) However, with 3 kids, running 3 businesses, having to deal with early bone on bone arthritis and my hips and having different life goals and priorities looks a little different. For me, it's not only about looking great, but feeling great, being mobile, not spending all day in the gym or worrying about my meals and eating "perfectly", and having vibrant energy.
So, I'll ask, what does your ideal transformation look like? Is it like one of our clients Bill, a 57 year old executive who has been traveling non stop for the past 25 years and a trip to the doctor gave a wake up call that he must do something and soon, to now losing 20 lbs, being in the best shape of his life, and reconsidering if he is willing to risk his health any longer by traveling all the time?
Jun 16, 2020
One of the biggest false beliefs I hear on a regular basis is "I'm too old to do that." Many people in their 50's, 60's and beyond "incorrectly" believe that they are too old to make an incredible physique and health transformation. While it may take longer and likely will require different strategies than for someone in their 20's or 30's, it is 100% possible.
Jun 9, 2020
Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to lose weight, and even it you do, why it seems impossible to keep it off? Which diet is the right one for me? Should I even be dieting? Are carbs bad? What does keto really mean? These are the questions I hear every day from people, and in this article I'm going to share the one thing you MUST do to lose weight...
Mar 4, 2021
When it comes to fitness goals, many think that setting a solid goal is the easy part, and achieving it is the challenge. While it’s important to always keep your end-game in mind, setting the right foundation is an essential piece of the puzzle and one that should never be ignored. Read on for goal-setting best practices and tips from Fitness Together® trainers...
Feb 16, 2021
Whether you’re looking to achieve a specific fitness goal, recovering from an injury, or exploring ways to be more active, partnering with a personal trainer is a great way to reach milestones and challenge yourself. But not every trainer is right for you. That’s why it’s important to know what you’re looking for so you can set yourself up for success from the get-go.
Jan 18, 2021
What is the goal of Preventative Healthcare? The Aim is to be as strong and healthy as possible moment to moment as part of our everyday lifestyle. That way, when the inevitable happens, be it an injury or illness, we have the foundation to deal with it. We can move through health issues more easily and recover more quickly if we’re healthy from the beginning. In other words, we can proactively take control of our health no matter where we are on our journey.
Jan 11, 2021
No matter your age, history with fitness, starting points, or physical ability or limitation, it's never too late to start on your path to improved health.
Mar 11, 2020
Besides exercise and diet, what are the other important factors to consider when it comes to overall health and wellness?
Mar 4, 2020
Many people have very busy lives, but there is always time to fit at the very least a 20-30 minute workout into your busy life. We have many clients who work 70-80 hours a week and still manage to come in 3-4 times a week, simply, because they schedule it.
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