Nutrition Tip of the Week: Healthy snacks you can take to work

A question I’ve been getting lately from clients and friends is, “What is the healthiest way to snack when I’m busy all day?”. This is a good question, especially for people who are really trying to improve but can’t seem to find a way to fit it into their work schedule. Hungry workers = grumpyContinue reading “Nutrition Tip of the Week: Healthy snacks you can take to work”

Correctly assess then slowly progress your movements

Keep the goal the goal The goal here is simple. I want to get you off the couch, get you back into fitness and get you feeling athletic again. So in order to do that, you have to be consistent and you have to be determined. My job in the initial stages with you orContinue reading “Correctly assess then slowly progress your movements”

Nutrition tip of the week: Which diet is best for you?

This is a fairly common question I get from athletes, especially those that are interested in learning more about nutrition and fitness. It’s a good question because it shows that you are taking steps to improve yourself. But, I’m afraid you won’t leave after reading this with a clear cut diet choice hand picked forContinue reading “Nutrition tip of the week: Which diet is best for you?”

Improve and prepare for a better workout

You’ve had a long day of work and have more stuff to do when you get home. So, when you finally do make it into the gym, you hop straight into your workout only to realize how sore your shoulder is mid-set of a bench press. You decide to lift a little lighter because ofContinue reading “Improve and prepare for a better workout”

Nutrition tip of the week: Raindrops, droptops, crock pots

It’s Friday so that means it’s time for the nutrition tip of the week, just in time to stop you from making too many bad decisions this weekend. One thing I can tell you from my experiences in fitness and performance is that a huge glaring weakness for most is cooking. This is especially trueContinue reading “Nutrition tip of the week: Raindrops, droptops, crock pots”

Are you further away from your goals then you think?

In every type of change we make, we must first reflect on the where we truly are. We have to really know where we are in order to find out where to go from there. One of the worst ways to start a transformation or positive change is to lie to the person in theContinue reading “Are you further away from your goals then you think?”

The journey to being athletic again

New year’s day came and went. And as January 2nd came and went, so did a lot of naive naive resolutions that started with “I’m not going to….”. The awesome energy that a new year brings allows us to make plans to be better. It gives us an opportunity to look at past failures andContinue reading “The journey to being athletic again”

Striving for better

After a long hiatus, I wanted to return to writing on this site to express some opinions I have. Gaining experience over the last few years, I have been enlightened in many ways to the development of athletes. There are so many great people involved in sports and many of them are young athletes strivingContinue reading “Striving for better”

Locked and loaded: A recipe for injury

I love getting time off to spend time with family and enjoy the holidays. The time away from the gym and the computer gives me better perspective to approach what I do. One thing that stuck in my head as I was thinking about how much I enjoyed the holidays was the phrase, “locked andContinue reading “Locked and loaded: A recipe for injury”

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