https://youtu.be/pr2nYG5stmw Brian and I ran the full Richmond Marathon on Saturday (26.2 miles!!) and I wanted to share the experience with you, as well as the thoughts that I’ve had afterward: The power of rest and recovery to balance your life and make you more present and effective in ALL that you do. Leave it … Continue reading What the Richmond Marathon Taught Me
How to Listen to Your Body
https://youtu.be/39N0iw0j-dw Have you ever wondered where the line is between needing a rest day and needing to push yourself? It's a fine line to dance upon, and I've compiled some tips to help you consider which way you should go on any given day: Do you feel ill/sick/unwell? Are your symptoms above your neck … Continue reading How to Listen to Your Body
My Fitness Journey
https://youtu.be/lQ_LLiNStQo I understand that video is a more effective tool for connecting and communicating, so I am working to share more via this medium! In this video, I tell a bit about my background and my journey from not playing any sports in school, to getting my first gym membership (and WHY) and my journey ever … Continue reading My Fitness Journey
How much we can miss the unhealthy/unhelpful autopilots in our lives if we do not look at what we do and why. So much suffering can come from it. Like, with that very thing – where does the work end? What defines our success? One can run ourselves into the ground. For what? Chasing after … Continue reading Worth
What does Elf on the Shelf have to do with your health, fitness, and wellness?
https://youtu.be/Je0q_UfsUtE What does Elf on the Shelf have to do with your health, fitness, and wellness? Did you have one of these guys when you were growing up? I did not, but I was relayed the story and concept of it the other day - Elf on the Shelf. If you weren't exposed to it … Continue reading What does Elf on the Shelf have to do with your health, fitness, and wellness?
Chain Reactions of Change
https://youtu.be/n90Fchog-7E Let's talk about lifestyle change. The real stuff that lasts. And what really goes on in it. You have a goal, and you really want to see it come to pass. Let's say it's weight loss, but it can be anything, really. It could be pursuing a promotion or a deeper … Continue reading Chain Reactions of Change
What if you Don’t Have your A-Game?
Most of us want to show up to the best of our abilities in everything we do. Even to the point of beating ourselves up if we perform at a level less than we thought we should or wish we would. The reality is, our "A-Game" varies from day to day. Some days, we feel … Continue reading What if you Don’t Have your A-Game?
Why Recharging is Important
A very busy week last week between work and marathon training and other things personally caused me to pause Friday evening and reflect .. and then, to let it go. The week was over. A new one is coming. What will I do to renew my energy stores? What do you do when you have … Continue reading Why Recharging is Important
How to Change your Nutrition Habits
Have you ever cooked fresh crabs before? You know, where you just caught them and they're still alive and crawling around (not to be morbid here, but) and don't want to be in a pot of boiling water? Have you considered how you can change your eating habits? Have you wanted to swap to healthier … Continue reading How to Change your Nutrition Habits
7 Reasons Why It’s Good to Have a Coach
What do you do when you don't know the answer to something? You go to someone (or some resource) that does, right? Think of all the areas of life that coaches, trainers, mentors, etc, are beneficial: from dog or pet training, to business coaches and mentors, to tutors when you are studying a course or … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why It’s Good to Have a Coach