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Since I train at home, I walk into the garage wearing some unusual outfits (especially when it’s cold outside). When Nancy Rose Performance contacted me regarding their workout clothes, I felt a little tingly. I could actual train in style!   I browsed the Nancy Rose Performance site and instantly fell in love with their clothes.  Often I find myself training right before running errands or picking up my kids,   Read More ...

Beauty Training

This article popped up in my Facebook feed earlier this morning on Marianne Kane’s page. http://reembody.me/2013/09/10/the-6-most-shockingly-irresponsible-fitspiration-photos/ While I am not vehemently against these types of messages, I do see how they can mislead women looking to begin a journey toward better health. Yes, these can inspire. But how real are they? They are photos snagged from the web with transposed messages telling women to suck it up and get with   Read More ...

Inspiring Stories Training

From September 1st through the 7th, Get Glutes is offering an all-access membership for $119! This gets you all the great content month in and month out, plus the support from our amazing community and access to your coaches for one low price. We will keep the all-access membership after the 7th, but the price goes up to $179! Act fast before the discount goes away. A quick overview of   Read More ...

Training

Two online clients confessed to me the same thing this past week. They both had similar sentiments, beginning with, “I can’t imagine not working with you. I love how my body has transformed and I don’t want to stop training.” Then the expected but happened, “but I don’t like lifting.” Anyone who wakes with a taste for iron may feel this is an utter strike against all humanity. The benefits   Read More ...

Training

  Here is a peek into my latest article on Bodybuilding.com. Head over to the site for the full article plus a 4-day workout that you can use for 4-6 weeks.    No ifs, ands, or buts: If you want a nice butt, you must train for it. If an Olympian wants to be the fastest swimmer, longest jumper, or most precise marksman, she has to train for it. The   Read More ...

Training

After five hours of typing, I break to water the garden and tend the chickens. It’s nice to finally venture outside, even if it’s just for chores.  I end up back at my desk, writing a few plans, answering emails, and balancing my budget. Now 7 hours into my workday, it’s time to take another break before finishing up a few small details and starting my evening chores—oh, and of   Read More ...

Training

I can see you from the corner of my eye as you glide along the elliptical trainer. You’re curious, no doubt. But something prevents you from wandering out of the cardio section into the weight room. It’s not your place—a woman’s world, I mean. Sweat pools left behind on benches and racks stacked with bending bars loaded to the max. Tinny cords of Metallica spill from headphones, only to be   Read More ...

Training

  I just returned from a 2-day excursion to Wine Country for our anniversary. I am far from a wine aficionado. Don’t get me wrong; I certain enjoy a good libation. But give me a $9 bottle of chardonnay and I’m happy. Nevertheless, this trip was nothing short of spectacular. Napa and Sonoma are such pristine, peaceful places to visit. You really feel like you are in another world when   Read More ...

Training

A few months back, Kate from Nayad Aqua Sports Wear contacted me about her suits. She sent me one of her custom swimwear outfits to test out and I absolutely love it. I am not a big shopper at all, and swimsuit shopping is the pits. Nothing ever fits correctly. So, when Kate told me her suits are made to order, I couldn’t resist accepting her offer. The process was   Read More ...

Creating Change Training

Feeling a little tight in the hips, hamstrings, low back, or pretty much everywhere? Sitting all day at a desk, lifting weights, and many other daily activities we do puts a lot of stress on our muscles. Restorative Yoga is a great way to help nurse those muscle back to health, so you can move more freely– or at least a lot less like the Tin Man. Greatist (yes, I   Read More ...

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