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Snacking is runing your progress!

With the holidays well behind us and spring on the horizon, we’re going back to basics. Consider this a quick review of some nutrition fundamentals.  Over time, we sometimes allow habits to set in even if they don’t support our goals. Review the info below and make any adjustments that

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What makes us different?

Recently, I met up with a couple of buddies to go to a Kerry game. It was a great day out, although the result wasn’t so favorable. What made it a really great evening was the company I was with. A buddy invited me out for the game, and it

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Influencers will tell you hitting the snooze button is a sign of weakness. Is this enough to stop you pressing it tomorrow morning. Heck no, I’m okay with being weak if it gives me 5 more minutes in bed. Now what if I told you the science behind why hitting

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Who is your Fitness Filter

Here’s why I think you should have a coach: There’s too much out there. You know you can’t do everything. A lot of it looks—or sounds—good. I’m talking about diet plans, supplements, workout programs or even daily workouts. But you can’t do it all and trying to do too much

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How Fitness Shortcuts Hurt Your Health

January is shortcut month! Last month, you set some new year’s resolutions. You were thrilled to discover that you could achieve them all EASILY AND FAST in the month of January! Woohoo—what will you do with the rest of your year??! Of course, I’m referring to the get-lean-quick shakes, the

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What’s the Best Time of Day to Work Out?

Here’s a common gym question: What’s the best time of the day to train? The short answer: It’s always a good time to work out. Most people don’t work out at all, so it’s better to train at any time than to skip a workout because the time isn’t “perfect.”

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How to Start a Fitness Routine in Evolution

If you Google “how to start a workout routine,” you’ll see some great advice from renowned sources. For example, the Mayo Clinic has five steps for you, with instructions under each heading. We’re not going to argue with the Mayo Clinic! But those five steps are really far from simple

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New Year’s Resolutions and Parkinson’s Law

I’m going to go ahead and tell you right now: Don’t make a New Year’s resolution. Seriously, why do it?  You know you’re not going to follow through with it, so why set yourself up for failure? And do you know why you and millions of other people will not

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How to Thrive—Not Just Survive—During the Holidays

Words matter. Words shape perceptions. Perceptions shape intentions. Intentions shape just about everything. Around this time of year, I often think about the term surviving the holidays. We often get asked, how to survive holiday parties, family gatherings and a busy period filled with nights out, food and drink. And let’s be honest,

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