Category Archives: goal setting

My Secrets for Working Out at Home

On March 16, 2020, my company along with many others across our nation closed its doors.  When our boss gave the word, my mind immediately began racing with all the mostly negative ramifications.  Beyond the obvious health and financial implications … Continue reading

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If Your Why is Big Enough…

As a master trainer and nutrition coach, I talk to a lot of people about their weight loss goals.  One statement I always make is that I want this to be the last time they ever start a weight loss … Continue reading

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My First Week – Working Out At Home

As a fitness professional and nutrition coach, the events of the past two weeks have been life changing. Last Monday afternoon, March the 16th, my boss sent a group text to our team saying the gym would be closing that … Continue reading

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Swing the Axe!

From my perspective as a master fitness professional, one of the biggest challenges people struggle with is a lack of belief.  Those desiring weight loss especially tend to lack the belief that they can make the lifestyle changes needed and … Continue reading

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At Some Point, We All Need a Little Help

How often do you hear someone say “I know what I should be doing, I’m just not doing it”. The simplicity of their statement implies that the behavior they’re seeking is like turning a light on and off.  The reality … Continue reading

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My Secret Weapon

One of my first mentors in the “iron game” taught me to keep track of my workouts.  I was eager to progress and took his suggestion to heart and now have journals dating back to my earliest days in the … Continue reading

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Life Lessons From An Injury…The Story Continues…”Surgery”

While this post will focus primarily on the days just prior and then following my surgery, it’s worth noting the roller coaster ride of emotions that I felt from the moment the procedure was scheduled in early February to the … Continue reading

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Do You Live for Friday?

Ask the average person how they’re doing on a Monday and their typical answer will be “Okay for a Monday” or “Not bad considering it’s a Monday”.  Now ask that same question on Wednesday and you will likely get an … Continue reading

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