It’s not about the exercise, it’s about accountability

I recently had a chance to speak with some people at a networking event about what I do as a personal trainer. Most understand that I help customize a workout routine to help achieve a person's goals -- whether it's weight loss, muscle build, core strengthening, cardio improvement or combinations of everything. Yet, in the age … Continue reading It’s not about the exercise, it’s about accountability

Can you avoid the Freshman 15?

College is stress. It’s a world of, “do your work”, “study for that test”, “earn some cash” and to top it all off, “don’t fail.” With the constant pressures of school and classes, exercising tends to take a back seat. While many older students have found balance between class, work, exercise and socializing, freshmen going … Continue reading Can you avoid the Freshman 15?

There’s a reason it’s called ‘personal’ trainer

My husband and I were chatting not long after the NW Georgia Women's Expo and we both noted how many people came up to my my booth asking if I was associated with a gym? In nearly every case, when I said I worked privately in either my home or would come to them, there … Continue reading There’s a reason it’s called ‘personal’ trainer

What are you doing today?

Everyone I meet is busy. It's one of the automatic replies that comes from so many. "How are you doing?" "BUSY!" With all we have on our plates, finding the time to stay fit and healthy becomes a huge challenge. Now, while I will argue that when you sign-up to have a personal trainer, it's … Continue reading What are you doing today?

The start of my Couch to 5K is here!

Today marks the opening week for my 9-week, Couch to 5K program and I am ready to kick this off. If you haven't had a chance to email (or snail mail) your registration, don't worry! You can print out a registration form and just show up tonight at Dellinger Park by 5:30PM for today's first … Continue reading The start of my Couch to 5K is here!

Exercise can help alleviate depression

My husband often tells me I think too much. Unfortunately, it’s not always in a good way.  I would find myself lying awake at night thinking about all the things I could have done differently, should have done differently or didn’t do at all. I would think about whether or not I was a good … Continue reading Exercise can help alleviate depression

Today is the last day for my special for couples

As the waning hours of the last day of February winds down, your chance to take advantage of my 2 for 1 special for couples is also coming to a close. You have until midnight tonight to reach out and contact me to setup the initial assessment for you and your partner. Keep in mind, … Continue reading Today is the last day for my special for couples

The couple that sweats together, stays together – Happy Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, I think it would be nice to see Cupid’s sweatier side. Everyone already knows about the fat, little, cherub who brings chocolate and candy, but what about the lean, buff cupid who brings a healthier and happier quality of life to couples? He is there to bring love to those … Continue reading The couple that sweats together, stays together – Happy Valentine’s Day

Being fit will help you enjoy your Golden Years

One of the radio shows my husband does is called The Golden Life and it dispenses sage advice regarding financial planning for seniors.  This is so important; we don’t want to spend our golden years working or struggling financially. On a similar note, we want to be able to HAVE those golden years and be … Continue reading Being fit will help you enjoy your Golden Years