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

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

Radio interview – April 02, 2016

I had a chance to talk about ‪#‎health‬ and ‪#‎fitness‬ on the radio recently and if you didn't get a chance to listen, here it is. We discussed my new Couch to 5K, diet v dieting, recapped my experience at this year's Northwest Georgia Women's Expo & Artisans' Market and other fitness related activities. I even … Continue reading Radio interview – April 02, 2016

New Year’s is just around the corner

We all know it's true. The number one New Year's resolution most people make is to resolve to be fit and healthier. Ask anyone who goes to a local gym, when is it most crowded? Invariably they will say, from January to March! You may not want to believe this, but it can take 8-12 weeks … Continue reading New Year’s is just around the corner

Been there, done that, have a closet-full of t-shirts

I know. I’ve been there. I had always tried to find time to run on weekends or hike with my husband or my kids. For a while, I was able to maintain my weight, but a career move and a change of work location and, for almost three years, I hardly found time to do anything. … Continue reading Been there, done that, have a closet-full of t-shirts