Archives for August 2012

Workout Accountability Partner – What To Look For | Workout Buddy

Tweet One of the most effective ways I’ve been success in my fitness goals is when I’m held accountable.  Seeing success come from clients I work with, because I set them up with an accountability group, is validation to the necessity of having a workout accountability partner of sorts.  Many people overlook the importance and […]

The 80/20 Rule

Tweet Eat 80% Clean, 100% of the time! I’m such a huge fan of this rule in my life and those that I Coach and train to get themselves healthy – The 80/20 rule! This approach is an excellent way to go about your program and will not only help you see optimal success, but […]

Food for Fuel

Tweet If you can't tell, I love any topic that relates to food. My last blog article – Food for Fat Loss – talked about changing your relationship with food to aid in fat loss.  So naturally, that segways into how we need to think about food as a fuel source for our workouts and […]

Food for Fat Loss

Tweet I don’t know about you, but for so many years, I had such a warped relationship with food.  Not that I thought it was the enemy, because often it was my BFF, but I didn’t quite appreciate it as I do now, in realizing how it can work in my favor – weight/fat loss, […]

Eat Chocolate to Lose Weight

Tweet Ok, stupid question…who LOVES chocolate? What if you could eat chocolate and still lose weight? If you’re a chocolate lover by nature, you might hate the thought of having to give up this beloved food in order to see results. Must you really forgo chocolate on your diet plan? Or, can you include it […]

5 Quick Tips to Get Fit

Tweet Ok, let's face it!  Who ISN'T looking to get fit fast? If so, do you know what it takes to see some simple results, faster than ever?  Many people set the goal to get fit quick but then never achieve it simply because they don’t have a proper approach as they go about the […]

Dangers of Weight Loss Pills

Tweet Unfortunately, we live in a society that everyone expects the "quick fix" instead of taking the time to understand WHY the issue needs to be fixed.  Often times, it's more deep rooted than just, "I gained weight".  You likely didn't gain the weight overnight, so you sure can't expect to lose it overnight either. […]