After over nine years working with clients, and living a double life of bartending and running, I've realized that we all struggle with the same issues, and I'm not just talking back pain or fatloss. When it comes to feeling good in our bodies, finding time to exercise, eat right, manage stress, and live in a way that's accountable to ourselves is consistently tough.
So how do you teach someone to value the time they make for exercise just as much as they prioritize going to work every day? You teach them ways to incorporate it into their daily routines so that it becomes habit.
I realized during my yoga teacher training that what drew me to yoga was the approach of it being a practice, and I feel that your exercise routine/fitness routine, whatever you wanna call it, would benefit from us approaching it the same way. It takes practice to carve time out of the day to anything, whether it's burpees, meditation, or making the bed. It takes practice to get the perfect kettle bell swing or to hold half moon pose steadily. Building a strong practice in life is what makes us consistent and keeps us healthy and sane.
I aim to help you with your niche of fitness the best way that I can, whether you glean a little from reading a blog or want to see what I think of your current fitness/movement/health journey situation. Let's get it!
Road Runners Club of America Certified Coach since 2016 Personal Trainer since 2008 200 HR RYT; 50 hr Hot Power Barefoot Training Specialist (EBFA) Pre and Post Natal 9 time Marathoner Lots of Half Marathons Lots of Deadlifts (I stopped counting the deadlifts)
Writer since 1st journal at age six.
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