Great Gear For Getting Outdoors

Spring is in the air and that prompts many of us to take our workouts outdoors. Spring weather can be fickle, though, so it helps to have the right gear. Here are a few of my top suggestions, outlined in an article originally published at Active.com. A Lightweight, Waterproof Shell Perhaps the most essential piece …

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9 Simple Habits for a Healthy Diet

New Year’s resolutions may still be a few weeks off, but now is the perfect time to think about your diet. As you navigate these weeks filled with excesses and splurges, you can minimize the damage done to your waistline by following a few very simple dietary tips. As I wrote in an article for NextAvenue titled, …

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Exercise Tips for Surviving the Holidays

‘Tis the season of hectic schedules, over-committing and overindulgence, otherwise known as The Holidays. While you might not be able to control your schedule or say no to every canapé and cup of Christmas cheer, sticking with a regular exercise program can help you manage stress, maintain weight and hold on to the fitness gains …

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Arm Yourself With Information

As a trainer and health coach, I’m always surprised at the prevalence of certain fitness myths. While some erroneous beliefs are rooted in old science that has simply been improved upon, others have been dead wrong from the start. Take the belly fat myth, for example – the belief that the best (or only) way …

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10 Weeks to Weight Loss

Last month I wrapped up the Reboot Your Body 10-Week Weight Loss Challenge, where I led five volunteers through a 10-week virtual program designed to give them the tools they needed to change their lives, lose weight and keep it off for good. The participants of the challenge provided me with feedback along the way, …

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