Being that this is my first ever blog post on the topic of fitness, I figured this topic would be a great place to start. This is particularly applicable for those of you who have hit pleteaus when training. What are plateaus, you ask?
We all have areas of our life that we’d like to improve. Whether it’s our health, career, a relationship, or our spiritual path, when one of more of them is out of synch, it impacts our overall wellness. For example, when someone is working for an extremely unreasonable boss in a stressful job, Friday at 5:00 can’t come soon enough. The
Do you believe that your inner dialogue – your ‘self-talk’- has the power to create your life? With our words and thoughts we are continually creating our life experience – in every moment. Think about that for a moment. If your inner dialogue goes something like, “Who’s going to want to hire me? I’m not as good as all the others. I need to lose weight. People will dismiss me as soon as they see me.” That’s exactly the image you’re going to project.
Health and wellness coaching is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging clients to:listen to their inner wisdom;identify their values;and transform their goals into action. As a guide and supportive mentor, health & wellness coaches help clients work toward their goals in areas such as:
Here’s an anonymous quote I read today, “Exercise: you don’t have time not to”. Yet, the #1 reason my clients tell me that they don’t exercise is …. “I don’t have time.” Looking at their schedules, it does seem like there isn’t any time for them to exercise.
If you eat food, here’s a fact that you need to know: in the U.S., GMOs are in as much as 80% of conventional processed food, according to the Non GMO Project. Guess what? Most developed nations do not consider GMOs to be safe. In more than 60 countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, there are significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs.
Before I became a health counselor, I thought I had a pretty good handle on my wellness because I exercised regularly and ate pretty well (or so I thought). Two things I did that greatly improved my wellness are 1) overcame my sugar addiction (sweets and other simple carbs) and 2) eating more greens. Overall, my energy increased, I trimmed down around the middle, my skin improved, and I don’t c
It may sound cliche', The I Can Do attitude but I believe it.My clients prove it to me over and over again. As a Health Coach I have seen all of my clients achieve thier goals, yes, you read that right, 100% of my Health Coaching clients have succeeded. Now what about my bootcampers...well, I have thought long and hard about that. Physical exercise, the act of actually doing something that requires physical work is actually harder than setting wellness goals. I think the reason is because humans will only work so hard then they stop.