Fitness & Wellness

Did You Forget?  …About Your Fitness Goals?

Did You Forget? …About Your Fitness Goals?

Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean that your fitness goals no longer matter. In fact, if you lose sight of your fat loss goals entirely this month, you’ll have a seriously rude awakening come January 1st.

I have a better idea for you…let’s keep you focused on your fitness goals while still making room for some fun this holiday season. This means that you’ll need to learn how to indulge with control. While that may sound like an oxymoron, it IS possible to let loose and enjoy without throwing away the results that you’ve worked so hard for.

Here’s how to stay fit this holiday season:

Holiday Fitness Tip #1: It’s All About Moderation

Don’t try to deprive yourself of all the foods you love, this is unrealistic. Instead, be smart about what you choose to eat. Enjoy your very favorite flavors of the season, but in moderation. Trim calories where you can by only eating those rich foods that you really enjoy.

Also, be sure to limit the number of alcoholic beverages you drink. These drinks are typically filled with tons of sugary calories. Try alternating an alcoholic drink with a non-alcoholic drink like sparkling water.

Holiday Fitness Tip #2: Fiber is Your Friend

Here’s a simple tip that most people overlook when loading up their plates at holiday gatherings…fill up on fiber first. You see, if you are eating a plate that’s mostly fibrous vegetables and greens, leaving only a moderate amount of room for the dishes full of fats and carbs, then your net calorie intake for the meal will be dramatically lower than if you had eaten more of the carb and fat dishes.

While this tip is super effective during the holidays, it’s also a technique that you can carry with you throughout the rest of the year to stay lean while still indulging in what you love. The key is to eat less of the rich, fattening foods and more of the lower calorie, high fiber foods.

Holiday Fitness Tip #3: Exercise is a MUST

Many people let their workouts go to the wayside during the busy holiday weeks, however I am here to tell you how important it is that you keep your workouts a priority. I know it’s harder to get into the gym when it’s cold outside, and when you’re tired from getting ready for the holidays, but that act of lacing up your shoes, sweating, and getting the endorphins flowing makes a huge impact on your overall fitness.

Not only are you burning calories and stoking your metabolism, by exercising every single day you are keeping fitness at the forefront of your mind. It may sound like a small thing but getting into the gym forces you to remember your fitness goals and this small act will help you make better decisions throughout the rest of your day.

All of these small efforts add up, my friend, and you are able to do them all without sacrificing the fun or the flavors of the season. You can do this!

I am passionate about seeing my clients achieve results—and maintaining those results throughout the holiday season and beyond. Call or email today to get started on my best available program.


Do This to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain…

The holidays are filled with opportunities to indulge in rich foods and to consume far more calories than normal. Add to that the travel, house guests and gatherings that cut into your workout routine, it’s no wonder that you’re left in a state of being overfed and under-exercised. It’s a recipe for weight gain! However, you do NOT have to sit by and accept the extra pounds. Do these simple tips to help swing the calorie balance back into your favor.

  • Don’t eat after 7pm.
  • Drink a healthy protein shake for breakfast.
  • Only enjoy ONE sugar treat per day, rather than dozens.
  • Exercise a minimum of 4 days each week.
  • Come workout with me, all through the holiday season!

Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Dates

​​​​When it comes to appetizers, our healthy diets can often fly out the window, which is why I really like these stuffed dates. While this is certainly a treat and not something to include in your daily diet, each date contains protein, fat and complex carbs. Additionally, these ingredients are wholesome and simple, not deep-fried, and not containing a laundry list of additives and fillers.

A word of advice: make a double batch! These disappear quickly…

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Serves 24

12 bacon strips, uncured pork
24 Dates (get the kind with pits, these are softer)
½ cup Goat Cheese
24 walnut halves
24 toothpicks

Instructions

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Cut the bacon strips in half, width-wise.

2. Remove the seed from each date and stuff with a teaspoon of goat cheese and a walnut. Squish it together.

3. Wrap each stuffed date with a piece of bacon. Secure with a toothpick and place on the prepared baking sheet. (You can store in the fridge up to a day once wrapped. It’s nice to make the day before your party!)

4. Bake in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes until the bacon is cooked through and crispy. Enjoy immediately!

Nutrition
One serving equals: 96 calories, 6g fat, 237mg sodium, 6g carbohydrate, 1g fiber, 5g sugar and 5g protein.

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No Tortilla Chicken Soup

No Tortilla Chicken Soup

A bowl of this homemade soup is a wonderful meal to enjoy during the holidays. It’s low carb and filled with protein and veggies to power your day and curb your cravings. Best of all it’s made in the slow cooker, so preparation is quick and easy.

Most tortilla soup recipes contain ingredients that are high in carbs, like tortilla strips and rice. In this recipe I’ve removed these ingredients and filled in the gaps with high fiber cauliflower rice. What’s great is that you get all of the tortilla soup flavors that you love without the extra calories.

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Serves 8

2 organic, free range chicken breasts
1 (28oz) can diced, fire roasted tomatoes
1 (4oz) can green chiles, chopped
1 yellow onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 head cauliflower, shredded
32 oz organic, free range chicken broth
2 teaspoons ground cumin
dash of sea salt and pepper
¼ cup fresh cilantro, chopped
2 avocados
Tajin seasoning for garnish

Instructions

1. Combine all of the ingredients, except the cilantro, avocado and tajin, in a slow cooker. Cover and cook on high for 3 hours.

2. Remove the chicken breasts from the slow cooker. Shred with a fork and then return to the slow cooker.

3. Garnish each bowl with a sprinkle of cilantro, a few slices of avocado and a dash of tajin. Enjoy!

Nutrition
One serving equals 153 calories, 6g fat, 321mg sodium, 14g carbohydrate, 7g fiber, and 10g protein.

I hope that you get a chance to give this recipe a try this week. Remember that I’m only a call or email away to assist you in all things fitness. And if you are not yet one of my prized clients then call or email me now to set up your first workout – I’d love to help you achieve your best body ever!

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The two most important diet questions you could ever ask yourself…

The two most important diet questions you could ever ask yourself…

The two most important diet questions you could ever ask yourself…

1. “What should I eat for breakfast?”

2. “What should I eat after dinner?”

Do you know the right answers?

If you can just get these two choices correct in your daily diet, it makes a huge difference in how good you look and feel, and how healthy you’ll be for the long haul.

The sad truth, however, is that MOST people don’t know the right answers, and instead make a huge mistake that causes them to gain weight, lose energy, look older and erode their health.

It also causes nutrient deficiencies which make it nearly impossible to lose weight.

This is why it’s so important for you to understand what to eat at these two crucial times each day, and why I’d like to share the best choices with you…

What to Eat for Breakfast

The food that you eat for breakfast sets the tone of how much energy you’ll feel and often dictates the food choices that you’ll make for the rest of your day.

Your breakfast also has the power to fuel your metabolism or to set your metabolism up for failure.

Sadly, most people simply don’t have time to make a nutritious breakfast.

Even those who do make time for breakfast often fail to eat enough high-quality protein in the meal.

Most Americans are getting less than half of their daily protein requirement, and it starts with breakfast. This protein is crucial for burning fat, fighting cravings and getting fit. This means getting a minimum of 20 grams of high quality, super clean protein in your breakfast in order to reap the benefits.

If you aren’t getting enough protein then you’re setting yourself up for failure with your body transformation, no matter how hard you strive at the gym, or how diligently you cut calories.

To make matters worse, the breakfasts that are eaten are most often high in simple carbs, in addition to being way too low in protein. And many simply skip breakfast altogether.

Those that are getting some much-needed protein in their breakfast too often eat low quality protein from breakfast meats or the wrong kind of protein powder. These breakfast alternatives are typically full of artificial ingredients, fillers, and additives that work against your body’s ability to burn fat and maintain energy.

What to Eat After Dinner

While you’ve been told that eating after dinner will hurt your fat loss results, it really comes down to WHAT you are eating that matters. Eat the right thing and you’ll actually HELP your fat loss efforts.

It’s true that you want to avoid eating sugars and carbs before bed just like you avoided at breakfast. The most important things TO eat is high quality, super clean protein, at least 20 grams. Just like at breakfast!

Making a habit of consuming 20 grams of clean protein before bed has shown to repair your muscles, increase your metabolism and lean muscles, and decrease your cravings while you are sleeping.

Put Protein Into Action

Now you know that high-quality, super clean protein is the right answer to both what you should eat for breakfast AND what you should eat after dinner.

How will you do this, knowing how busy your life is and what little time you have available? Putting this protein habit into your routine will make all of the difference…IF you’re able to come up with a sustainable, delicious plan to make it happen.

Remember, it must TASTE DELICIOUS and be SUPER CONVENIENT.

When you choose a protein powder be sure to look for one that has…

  • All-natural ingredients
  • Zero sugar
  • Zero artificial sweeteners
  • Zero carbs
  • 100% pure protein isolate

Mix a scoop of protein powder with 8 ounces of water or milk for a delicious, creamy shake. OR mix a scoop into your oatmeal, pancake batter, yogurt, or cookie dough. There are so many exciting and delicious ways to enjoy this high-quality, super clean protein powder!


Re-Imagining Dessert

The idea of swapping out your favorite high-sugar treat for a creamy protein shake or protein pudding may be a tough pill for you to swallow…it takes some re-imagining of what dessert is. (I know it’s tough but trust me your fitness and fat loss results depend on it!)

The key to making this work is to make sure that it tastes sweet, so that your taste buds are fooled into thinking that you’re still indulging in sugar, while your body takes in the fat-burning, muscle-building protein.

One of the best ways to create a dessert that tastes sweet but is high in protein rather than sugar is to use a high-quality, protein powder that’s sweetened with stevia and monk fruit rather than with artificial sweeteners. The quality and ingredients in the protein powder you use make ALL of the difference.

Mix a scoop of protein powder with plain Greek yogurt for a tasty pudding, or blend it up with a handful of berries, almond milk and ice for a milkshake. With time, you will begin to look forward to your protein desserts with the same excitement that you once had for ice cream!


Protein Power Oatmeal

​​This is the TASTIEST way to prepare oatmeal that includes powerful protein to fuel your day! You can make this a few days ahead and store in the fridge for easy, grab-n-go breakfasts.

The quality and flavor of the protein powder that you use will impact both the flavor and consistency of your oatmeal, so choose wisely!

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Serves 4

1¾ cups milk (any kind)
1 cup rolled oats
a generous sprinkle of sea salt
a generous sprinkle of ground cinnamon​
a generous sprinkle of coconut sugar
2 scoops vanilla protein powder
½ cup whole pecans, toasted and chopped
1 Banana, peeled and sliced into half moons

Instructions

1. In a medium pot, bring the milk to a simmer. Add the oats, salt and cinnamon and simmer until thickened.

2. Remove from heat. Mix in the coconut sugar and protein powder. If it’s too thick, stir in a splash of milk, until a pleasant, creamy consistency is reached.

3. Stir in the pecans and bananas. Divide into bowls and garnish each portion with an additional sprinkle of sea salt, cinnamon, coconut sugar, pecans, and sliced banana. Enjoy!

Nutrition
One serving equals: 232 calories, 12g fat, 209mg sodium, 15g carbohydrate, 2g fiber, 10g sugar and 17g protein

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Do You Really Want To Be Fit?

Do you ever give up what you want MOST for what you want NOW?

Think about it…

If what you want most is to lose the weight—once and for all—but then you give in and order pizza for dinner, you’ve just given up what you want MOST (a healthier, leaner body) for what you wanted NOW (convenient and comforting food).

It’s worth thinking about.

Are your actions congruent with your goals?

This is true of any goal, it’s not limited to your fitness journey.

If you want to write a book, you’d better make time to sit down and type.

If you want to travel the globe, you’d better get yourself a passport.

If you want to run a marathon, you’d better start training.

If you want your kids to live a healthy life, you’d better model it for them.

If your actions don’t support your goal, then you’ll never accomplish it, and maybe you didn’t really want it.

Your actions will always dictate your results.

If getting fit is something that you really want, take the action to reach out to me to get started on a fitness plan that will give you the opportunity to do what’s hard now, to achieve the body that you really want.

I’m here to help you.


Here’s Why You Can’t Lose Weight (3 Bad Habits)

Here’s Why You Can’t Lose Weight (3 Bad Habits)

Are you stuck in the frustrating cycle of gaining and losing the same 5 pounds but never reaching your goal weight?

Read on to see if these 3 Bad Habits are holding you back from the body of your dreams…

Bad Habit #1: You’re Eating TOO MUCH (healthy food)

Yes, there is such a thing as TOO MUCH healthy food. Extra calories can come from healthy food just as readily as from unhealthy foods.

Yes, healthier foods are typically lower in calories, so it will take you longer to gain weight by overeating roasted chicken and sweet potato than it would ice cream and chips, but the extra pounds will add up nonetheless.

If you would like to lose weight then it’s very important to control your portions, even of super healthy foods, since ALL foods carry calories, and too many calories will block weight loss.

Bad Habit #2: You’re Dehydrated (not enough water)

If you are like most people then you live in a state of partial dehydration, every day. Being dehydrated is dangerous for all of your major body organs, and it blocks fat loss. Additionally, water is an appetite suppressant that fills your stomach and prevents you from overeating, and add to that the fact that thirst is often mistaken for hunger pains, you can see why dehydration leads to frustrating weight gain.

Make it a point to sip on water throughout the day you’ll avoid dehydration, making it easier to drop those unwanted pounds.

Bad Habit #3: You’re Slacking (in the gym)

If you want to lose weight and see a measurable transformation in your body, then going through the motions at the gym simply won’t cut it. I understand the desire to stay as comfortable as possible at all times, even when this means moving lightly through a workout, rather than going all in. And, yes, going through the motions with a workout is better than sitting on the couch, it certainly won’t get you the body that you want.

How hard do you exercise on a scale of one to ten? If you know your workouts land below an 8 then seriously consider stepping up the intensity of your next workout in order to really burn that fat away.

I’m here to help you transform your body (and your whole life!) through the power of fitness.

Call or email today to get started on a fitness plan that will help you achieve the body that you really want, and that you truly deserve.


3 Ways to INCREASE your exercise INTENSITY

If you are guilty of Bad Habit #3 from above (slacking in your workouts) then use the following three tips to bring your routine up to the next level:

1. Create Instability: Use your entire body, and target your core, by performing exercises that engage stabilizing muscles. To do this use an exercise ball, a balance board, a balance disk, or you could simply stand on one leg.

2. Increase Resistance: The higher the resistance that you incorporate with your routine translates into higher intensity and more calories burned. Some ideas for adding resistance include: carrying dumbbells while doing lunges, wearing a weighted vest while walking or jogging, or putting a weight between your feet while doing leg raises.

3. Include Intervals: Interval training is an amazing tool for creating short yet effective workouts. Don’t worry, it’s not complicated. Interval training is simply alternating between different short bursts of activity.


Beef Supper Skillet
This Beef Skillet Supper is a very Fitness-Friendly meal, with tons of protein and wholesome, nutritious ingredients to power you through your day and fuel your results. It’s perfect for making on a weeknight when you don’t have a ton of time to spend in the kitchen, but you still want a dish that’s full of flavor.

This recipe calls for sweet potato rice, which is sweet potato that has been turned into noodles with a spiral slicer, and then pulsed in the food processor until small rice-like pieces form. It’s entirely possible to save time by chopping up your sweet potato rather than going through the process of turning it into rice, if you’d prefer!

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Serves 4

1 pound lean ground beef
1 teaspoon of sea salt
1 teaspoon sweet paprika
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 Cups Sweet Potato Rice or finely chopped, uncooked sweet potato
2 cups kale, chopped
1 cup liquid egg whites
*Optional* ¼ cup fresh mozzarella
*Optional* ¼ cup fresh cilantro
*Optional* ¼ cup guacamole

Instructions

1. Place a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the ground beef and cook, breaking it up with a wooden spoon, until all of the pink is gone. Remove from heat.

2. Mix the sea salt, paprika and garlic powder into the beef. Return the heat to medium and add the sweet potato rice to the skillet. Cover and cook for 5 minutes.

3. Add the chopped kale to the skillet, cover and cook for another 5 minutes.

4. In another skillet over medium heat and scramble the egg whites until the curds are barely wet and starting to break apart.

5. Mix the egg whites into the skillet and top with mozzarella and cilantro. Immediately serve with guacamole. Enjoy!

Nutrition
One serving equals: 342 calories, 7g fat, 712mg sodium, 22g carbohydrate, 4g fiber, 6g sugar, and 44g protein.


Do You Snack Smart? 3 Tips

Do You Snack Smart? 3 Tips

Very few people snack right, and this results in frustrating weight gain.

An important part of eating for fat loss is to keep your metabolism strong all day long with small, sensible meals and snacks. While it sounds simple to eat a little something every 2-3 hours throughout the day, when you choose the wrong food it actually does more damage than good.

What are you eating for your snacks and small meals? <== This is SUPER important!

If you’re eating the wrong thing every 2-3 hours then it’s easy to gain weight quickly, rather than the result that you want ==> which is to drop fat and clothes sizes.

I have 3 Smart Snacking Tips for you to keep you on track and burning fat all day long…

Smart Snacking Tip #1: Don’t Snack on Sugar.

Sugar is a huge problem! Snack on sugar and you WILL gain weight. So when it comes to snacks, this needs to be the number one nutrient that you check. Your frequent snacks should contain very little, or zero, added sugars.

WARNING: many ‘health’ foods have massive amounts of added sugars, which will destroy your results. Items like protein bars, jerky, dried fruit, green juice, and trail mix often have added sugars and preservatives that you need to watch out for and avoid.

Instead of added sugars, your snacks should be a nice blend of protein, fiber and complex carbohydrates.

Smart Snacking Tip #2: Don’t Eat Too Much.



What is the size of your snack? It’s got to be petite in order to stoke our metabolism without adding too many calories.

A sneaky thing about packaged foods is that often it gives the nutritional facts for 2 or even 2.5 servings on a package that you will likely polish off the entire package.

If the servings are more than just one then you’ll need to do some quick math. Calculate the total calories, sugar, carbs, fat and protein. Make sure that the numbers line up with your target nutrition sums.

Always be aware of how many servings you are eating in a single sitting. Do the math if you’re eating more than one serving – be honest with yourself!

Smart Snacking Tip #3: Choose Natural and Homemade.

Sure, packaged snacks are convenient. But know that you will always see better results by eating whole foods found in nature, or snacks that you’ve made with real food ingredients. Even the healthiest packaged protein bar from the store is going to contain preservatives and additives that are completely avoided in homemade foods.

A handful of raw nuts, a piece of fruit with fresh nut butter, a hard boiled egg, a homemade fitness muffin, some chicken breast on veggies or chopped flank steak on a salad are all better options than any packaged snack.

When possible, stick with whole foods found in nature and snacks and meals that you make at home.

I’m here to help you transform your body (and your whole life!) through the power of fitness.

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Try These Healthy Snacks

Here’s a great list of healthy snacks to reach for…

  • Apple slices with a Tablespoon of almond butter
  • Turkey slices with a handful of grapes
  • Half of a Dressed Avocado (See below for the recipe!)
  • 1 cup of plain Greek yogurt with 12 raspberries
  • 1 hard boiled egg with celery sticks
  • A protein shake made with water, 1 scoop of protein, and 1 scoop of powdered greens

Dressed Avocado

Here’s a tasty way to prepare wholesome avocado. All you do is slice the avocado, drizzle it with lemon juice and sprinkle with sweet paprika and ground cumin. Easy! What’s surprising is how vibrant the flavors are from such a simple combination.

The perfect snack or side to enjoy with your dinner.

Be sure to prep this right before serving so that the avocados are as fresh as can be.

Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com

What you need
Serves 2

1 avocado, sliced
Freshly squeezed lemon juice
dash of sweet paprika
dash of ground cumin

Instructions

1. Slice your avocado, generously drizzle it with lemon juice and then sprinkle with paprika and ground cumin. That’s it!

Nutrition
One serving equals: 147 calories, 13g fat, 69mg sodium, 8g carbohydrate, 6g fiber, 1g sugar and 2g protein.

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Slim woman posing with weight in fitness club. Attractive female athlete training in gym

5 Habits of the Fit and Fabulous

Being fit is all about the lifestyle, and not the quick fix, so let’s take a glimpse at the habits that fit people have. These following five habits are held by successfully fit people…let’s see if you could apply some to your own life.

1. They See Each Day with Perspective

Fail to meet your fitness goals today? Move on. Tomorrow is another day to make smarter decisions. When you wake up, rededicate yourself to your fitness goals without beating yourself about whatever mistakes you made in the past. After all, you can’t change what you did yesterday. All you can control is right now. So get to it!

2. They Find Ways around their Excuses

If you’ve ever wondered why you can’t quite get fit, it may be your proclivity for caving to pressure. And that pressure may be self-induced. Fit people do not give into excuses for why they shouldn’t exercise. Quite the contrary. They are continually finding reasons why they should hit the gym and find pockets of time to do it—even if the trip to the gym is shorter than usual.

3. They Eat and Sleep Well

Study after study has shown the benefit of eating whole, unprocessed foods. It provides energy and strength, helps you feel full throughout the day, and makes your time in the gym as fruitful as possible. Getting good sleep is equally as important, as it keeps all your bodily systems in rhythm. Put these two fit activities together and you’re well on your way to optimal fitness.

4. They Track Progress

For some, keeping tabs on health progress is about as exciting as watching paint dry. Once you get into the routine, however, you will become a believer in the power of tracking your progress. Tracking serves to both reward and motivate you, as you see that the countless hours in the gym and smart food choices lead to a healthier weight and greater strength—a.k.a. better overall fitness and health.

5. They Lean on a Fitness Professional

Slim woman posing with weight in fitness club. Attractive female athlete training in gym

The final thing fit people do is rely on someone with lots of know-how in the realm of fitness. This is why my clients have such a high success rate in achieving their goals – because I make sure that they stick with it! I have a sincere interest in your overall health and well-being and know how to help you reach the goals that can seem so far away when you’re trying to achieve it on your own.

Contact me today and let’s get started on your fitness journey!


3 Bonus Gifts (Of Fat Loss)!

3 Bonus Gifts (Of Fat Loss)!

When you put in the focused effort to lose weight there are certain benefits that you expect to get. You expect to look better in your clothes. You expect to have more energy. And you expect to feel pretty happy about your accomplishment.
 
Knowing that these benefits are waiting for you, just on the other side of weight loss, is often a strong enough motivator for you to put in the work required. However, I’ve found that sometimes you need even more compelling reasons to dig in and get it done. My experience with helping my clients achieve their fat loss goals has really opened my eyes to exactly what bonus gifts they gain when they lose the extra weight.
 
My hope is that by reading the 3 Bonus Gifts of Fat Loss below, you’ll feel the driving motivation that you need to jump into fitness with both feet, and that you’ll find out just how amazing and capable you’ve been to achieve your goal all along.
 
Fat Loss Bonus Gift #1: Confidence
 
You may not consider it a concrete benefit, but that doesn’t stop confidence from being one of the most important perks of dropping fat. When you have increased confidence, you change how you view yourself and go about your daily routine. The world is at your fingertips and you are able to take on whatever it throws your way.
 
Additionally, when your confidence increases after losing a few pounds, you’re poised to keep losing. So the confidence you gain gives you what you need to lose more weight and feel even more confident.
 
Fat Loss Bonus Gift #2: Better Health Today And Later
 
Go to the doctor with some sort of health condition, and unless it’s the common cold or flu, losing a few pounds can almost always help you manage the condition better. From diabetes to heart disease to joint pain, trimming the fat from your body gives you a heads up right now. Cutting fat makes it easier to get around on your joints, reduces your blood pressure, and helps you sleep better.
 
As additional perks, less fat today means better sleep and better sex tonight. Since both of these improve your quality of life, taking the time necessary to shave off fat will give you the best life you could experience!
 
Today isn’t the only time your health will improve if you lose some fat. Shed some pounds and you’ll reap the rewards for years down the road. Instead of having to manage a variety of health conditions, you will be able to keep those conditions at bay.
 
A few health issues you can cut your risk for by cutting fat are diabetes, heart disease, joint pain, a variety of cancers, high blood pressure, and dementia. In other words, get rid of the fat today and you can avoid all the health issues in the future that requires fat loss for maximum management.
 
Fat Loss Bonus Gift #3: Everything Tastes Better
 
As you settle into your new fat-burning lifestyle that includes eating healthily and working out regularly, you’ll notice something. Because you no longer overeat at the buffet or go for a second or third helping, you will begin enjoying every bite that you take. As the bite sits in your mouth, you won’t swallow it before tasting or chewing. You will take your time and really savor the flavor.
 
And when you do start chewing your food and enjoying the flavors, your brain will have time to register when you’re full and cut you off before you stuff yourself with more calories than you can burn. Do this regularly and you’ll lose even more fat!
 
I’ve dedicated my career to helping people, just like you, conquer their fear of exercise and clear up their confusion with healthy eating. I know that a healthy life is within your reach – I’ve seen hundreds of my clients before you do it, and I’ll see hundreds after you do it. Today it’s your turn.
 
Set up a free strategy call here if you are ready to get started on an exercise program that will make fat burning second nature, and will transform your body for the best.


Your Doctor Feels Like A Broken Record

Your Doctor Feels Like A Broken Record

Your doctor feels like a broken record

That’s right—he’s sick and tired of telling you how important exercise is to your health because YOU DON’T LISTEN.

He’s sick of explaining how so many of your health problems will improve or even disappear as the result of a consistent exercise program.

He’s tired of tallying your controllable risk factors that include physical inactivity and obesity.

So why does he continue to give you the same lecture?

Because he’s seen exercise change lives.

He’s even seen exercise save lives.

1. Feel Great: The first thing that patients tell their doctor after starting an exercise program is how much better they feel. People don’t realize how bad they feel. They get used to feeling bad. Then when they start exercising they feel so much better.  Your energy levels boost and you feel great.

2. Pain Be Gone: Next patients notice a reduction in aches and pains. Chronic muscle and joint pain that they’ve lived with for years begins to fade. For some, joint replacement surgery is postponed. For others, arthritis pain is reduced. Your muscles and joints feel better than ever.

3. Goodbye Coronary Heart Disease: While patients can’t feel this healing benefit of exercise, it is the one that saves lives. Exercise removes two of the major risk factors that lead to heart disease: 1) physical inactivity and 2) obesity. Exercise also increases your good cholesterol (HDL) and lowers your blood pressure. Your risk of heart attack or stroke is reduced.

4. Goodbye Type 2 Diabetes:Patients with type 2 diabetes gain substantial benefits from exercise. Exercise improves the body’s use of insulin, and the related weight loss improves insulin sensitivity. Of course patients with type 2 diabetes need to get guidelines from their doctor before starting an exercise program. Your blood sugar levels are better controlled.

Goodbye Sleep Apnea: Patients with sleep apnea are often caught in a destructive cycle. Their weight promotes occurrences of apnea then inadequate sleep promotes weight gain.

With all of these benefits it’s hard to see why anyone would avoid exercise. What’s your excuse?

  • I know you’re tired…exercise gives you energy.
  • I know you’re in pain…exercise alleviates your muscle and joint pain.
  • I know you’d rather stay in bed…exercise makes your sleep more restful.
  • I know you’re pressed for time…exercise improves your efficiency and extends your life.
  • I know you don’t know where to start…that’s where I come in.

Click here and we’ll schedule a consultation where I can show you the fastest and safest way to reap all of the benefits of exercise.

Then the next time you see your doctor he won’t give you a lecture.

He’ll congratulate you.