Sane Nutrition with Kim Schlag

Kim Schlag is my Insta-buddy! We share the same philosophy on fitness and wellness, so I was keen to get her on my podcast. Listen along as we discuss some practical ideas to help you with fat loss, weight training and strength gains without sacrificing your sanity! After years of yo-yo dieting, Kim discovered weight training and sane nutrition and … Read More

Be The Little Engine That Could!

Did you check-in with yourself today before your workout? It’s sometimes referred to as  bio-feedback, but that’s just a fancy schmancy way of asking yourself if you feel ready for your workout. You might have a schedule that you’re determined to stick to but your body is telling you something different. Is today one of those days where you should … Read More

New Podcast: Virginia Rodriguez – From Brain Health To Holiday Eating Strategies

A Christmas Eve special podcast release with my friend Virginia Rodriguez who is a  Integrative Nutrition Health Coach who has a passion is to help men and women become healthier and happier through pure food and awesome lifestyle choices. We have a great discussion on the show today that covers so many topics including brain health, taking care of the things … Read More

New Podcast: Pat Oliver Published Author of The Gynesaurs (+ Book Giveaway)

  EPISODE 13: PAT OLIVER Pat is a published author who spent spent most of her life working with body parts as a gymnastics coach/administrator and a Physician’s Assistant in an obstetrics and gynecology office and is especially thrilled to now write tales focusing on the naughty bits. The Gynesaurs was inspired by her time observing the intriguing and often … Read More

How Much Food Should You Really Eat?

Lots of great information in this weeks blog post.  I am really enjoying my online coaching course, we are working as a group but each women has their own individual goals and it’s great to see the collective enthusiasm from all the participants. This week we were talking about portion size and what an idea plate should look like. This … Read More

Take Small Steps For Big Impactful Results

I know the New Year is looming and with that come the usual resolutions that will ultimately be made and then broken.  I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but even with all good intentions, over 80% of resolutions will fail by February. So how do you make resolutions that stick? The answers might be easier than you … Read More

Real Men Touch Their Balls Regularly!

Did that get your atttention? Usually my fitness posts focus around women, the majority of clients are women. Yet the health of men is clearly a priority for me, being married with two boys, I strive to make good choices and focus our family time around fun activities and eating well. For companies like Tommy John the comfort and well … Read More

Why All Women Should Be Doing Strength Training!

While I believe it’s my role to motivate you to be and feel the best you can, I do not think it’s my role to preach. Nobody likes to be told what to do, but if I can use a strong persuasive argument to push you in the right direction, then that is what I am going to do.  One … Read More

The Best-laid Plans Often Go Awry!

That was me this week. Despite my best efforts I struggled to get my new Facebook Live show rocking and rolling as I would have liked.  With continuing bandwidth and WiFi problems, my first interview with  Carolina Belamares, on “Body acceptance as a conduit for change” wasn’t the best video quality, but nonetheless it was a great, informative discussion that I … Read More

Fit n’ Chips Chats Starts This Week.

Please join me this Wednesday at noon CST when I will be hosting my first episode of Fit n’ Chips Chats with Carolina Belamares,  a business owner, fitness writer, and mother of three, Carolina loves working with and helping women. The rediscovery of their strength– physical and mental, literal and figurative– is a journey she is honored to partake in. Our … Read More