Health and fitness is more than a gym. It's a lifestyle and an experience. 

Why is The Fitness Industry So Afraid of Vegans? The Real Human Diet. Bahhhaaaaa. Lol. Yes, I opened my blog with an lol. I can’t help it because this tittle makes me laugh. I can picture all the fitness peeps out there spitting their coffee over their screens in moral indignance as one of their […]

Why is the Fitness Industry So Afraid of Vegans: The Real Human Diet

November 13, 2019

It is that time of year, the resolutions have begun. Many of you are in the hunt for an avenue to begin a new fitness program. But what should you be doing? How should you go about making changes? Where can you go to begin a program? There are so many avenues available to you […]

Pros and Cons of Your Fitness Options

January 4, 2009

I perform a lot of one on one health and fitness consultations for our corporate clients. There is one thing in particular that comes up all the time that drives me a little crazy. Walking.   When I am talking to someone new I need to know what their current activity consists of, what they […]

Walking is Not a Fitness Program

May 1, 2008

When it comes to maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle it is very important to truly understand some of the key difference in your muscle anatomy.             Understanding the simple differences between the main two muscle categories will have dramatic effects on your health, body fat, energy, and overall sleep patterns. It is unfortunate that […]

Voluntary vs. Involuntary Muscle: Major Consequences for your Health

April 8, 2008

Here is one of those exercise myths that truly needs to stop being perpetuated.  Looking over the past 10 decades or so there are numerous examples of truly inaccurate information that people believe wholeheartedly.  Remember when women were told not to ride bicycles because it would prevent them from having children? How about the notion […]

Women! Stop lifting weights or you will get huge!

March 26, 2008

What is the definition of an excuse? Excuse = something that is offered as an explanation in order to obtain forgiveness or justify action we know is unacceptable.     What is the key point in my definition of an excuse? It is the fact that we know that our action (or inaction) is unacceptable. Lets be […]

I do not accept your excuse

March 23, 2008