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Foreword:  ‘Cause I get a lot of comments like “I can’t believe YOU got a Peloton,” I feel obliged to just say this. Yes, I know that I am a Personal Trainer and that I live in Los Angeles; so theoretically I have everything I should need intrinsically and physically to get some cardio in […]

A Personal Trainer’s Top 7 Fitness Trends Peloton Is Doing Right

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When it comes to fitness, generally speaking, I do not use machines myself nor do I train clients on them. I’m not exactly anti-machines but I do believe that for one, our own bodies are machines.  Secondly, there are other types of equipment that can do the job the same, if not better, than machines. […]

3 Reasons Why I Love StrongBoard Balance® For My Personal Training Clients

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When ya realize you fell off the blogging bandwagon and it has been a month since the last post, you sit your ass down at a coffee shop and get to writing! This is a great time to catch you up on what I have been up to with my business. Summer Boot Camp Inspiration […]

Why Summer Boot Camp is Giving Me All The Feels

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Foreword: I want to be REALLY clear on this because I have had quite a few people ask me why I am on the Candida Diet and also, should they do it to lose weight? I am NOT on the Candida Diet for weight loss. I am on it because my gut health is really […]

I Hate The Candida Diet a Little Less

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When I started my business, ironically, I considered myself a Lifestyle and Fitness Coach (and less of a Personal Trainer). I got my Personal Training Certification followed by a Behavior Change Specialist certificate as I knew fitness and behavior changes go hand in hand. I mention ironically for a few reasons that I will do […]

The Lifestyle and Fitness Coaching Side of Dig Your Deepest

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I thought when I left the corporate world, as a former Manager, I would never have to do performance reviews again and I was not at all sad about that. Turns out I was wrong. Very very wrong. On two counts. I still do performance reviews of sorts only they are with my clients and […]

Personal Trainer’s Adaptation of 5/3/1 Strength Cycle

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With the year winding down, I have been putting a lot of thought to what I learned in my new business, what things I wish I had done (or not done) and what I want to do in the New Year. There is something really powerful about not just thinking about it but actually writing […]

The Power of Journaling and Uncovering What Is Blocking You

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Major life events are like thousands of lessons that happen all at one time that translate to all aspects of life. Often they are really quite simple and things we probably already know. Sometimes they go deeper than we expected. They are all necessary.  It has taken me stepping way out of my comfort zone […]

From Corporate Life to a Boss Babe Entrepreneur, Oh The Things I Have Learned

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If you know me at all (whether in “real life” or through Social Media), then it is no secret I am an avid CrossFitter. I work out about 5-7 times a week and so well, you can say, I am addicted. So it is not a surprise that naturally a lot of people have asked […]

Why CrossFit Makes Me a Better Personal Trainer

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I recently got back from one of the most amazing trips I have ever taken. I knew Guatemala would be beautiful and energizing but I underestimated just how much I would fall in love with it. Staying on Lake Atitlan, I was in a constant state of awe of not just the lake but the […]

3 Lessons Volcan San Pedro Taught Me