Welcome to the final “Workout Wednesday” of 2018. Each week I share a new running or strength training for runners workout. As we close out the year, I’ve recapped the 10 most popular workouts and exercises shared in 2018. If you missed these the first time around, I hope you will check it out and try something new in 2019.
Happy New Year, friends! I hope you’re making plans for a fun and successful 2019.
Follow along as I set my end-of-year resolutions to finish the year (and the decade) strong. I include 10 steps to follow to achieve your goals.
Learn more about my journey to permanent fat loss; from years of yo-yo weight fluctuations to near-effortless weight maintenance. Learn the strategies I used to maintain permanent weight loss. It’s as much about mindset as it is about diet and exercise. Learn from my mistakes so you can lose weight once and for all.
Learn how to set specific and actionable end-of-year goals to finish the year strong and set yourself up for a successful new year. Join my nine-week holiday challenge email to work on healthy habits for the last nine weeks of the year.
We train to get better, develop skills, and to reach our goals. Think about your training as a learning experience. How you think about training is almost as important as the training itself.
I’ve been doing the Starting Strength Novice Linear Progression for the last seven days. Read about the seven lessons learned so far to help you progress faster when you’re learning a new skill.
Some people were surprised to hear that I hired a barbell strength coach. As a coach myself, I value coaching. If I have any gaps in knowledge, the best way to fast track results is to hire a subject-matter expert. In this blog post I tell you about my experience at Fort Worth Strength and Conditioning in Keller and discuss the value and benefits of hiring a coach.
Why put off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today? When it comes to our health and fitness goals, if you seem to be always planning on starting tomorrow, (and tomorrow becomes never) I’ll walk you through a mindset shift you can use to start making healthy changes today.
How to strike the balance between enjoyment and healthy choices while on vacation.
Which is better, The Fitbit Ionic or the Oura ring? I compare the features of both activity trackers and show you how to decide which would be best for you based on your goals.
The best time to workout is the time you can stay most consistent. For some people that time is in the early mornings. Learn about my quest to get up early to workout with helpful tips to wake up early to exercise when you’ve tried before and failed.