"According to researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health, only 1 in 8 Americans is achieving optimal metabolic health, which carries serious implications for public health. Poor metabolic health leaves people more…

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New Year, New blah, blah, blah

Seriously, though, Happy New Year! I hope you did have a great holiday and a fun New Year's Eve celebration (or got to bed early!) This time of year does lend itself to new goals, possibly new expectations of ourselves…

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It’s not your exercise program.

So you're not seeing the results you are expecting from your workouts? It's very likely not your exercise program. How's the rest of your life? Let's start here. 1. How's your sleep? Do you sleep long enough, restful enough? Sleep will fix…

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Cravings? Hungry?

Have you ever actually paused before you begin eating to check in with your body to know if you are actually hungry?    Chances are, if you practice some mindfulness around your eating, you will discover that you often reach for food out of boredom, loneliness,…

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Sabotage!

I’ve seen this mistake over and over when women get started with a fitness plan … or, get re-started after falling off track.   They go all in with an overly aggressive plan (i.e. "I'm going to the gym every day!" ), get frustrated when…

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10

We’re 10 days from Thanksgiving and I want to make sure you’re in a good place when it comes to your health and fitness.   With the holiday season upon us, this is a time of year when a lot of…

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Social Media’s culture of comparison

One of the worst things you can do is compare yourself to someone else. Unfortunately, social media has created a “Culture of Comparison” that’s extremely unhealthy … not to mention destructive to your fitness goals. That “influencer” with the 6-pack…

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Tool Kit for Sleep

Sleep is critical...for everything! I'm going to copy and paste directly from Huberman Lab so you get this powerful information without mistakes. Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He…

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Fitting it all in

This school year my daughter's school changed and I'm driving her to and from school. This is not something I ever planned to do and it shifted my schedule. In the past (pre-covid era) she would walk or catch the…

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