Leadership Series – Part 2In the first part of my series on leadership, I introduced you all to the 5 levels of leadership, as taught by John Maxwell. I also gave some glimpses into what going from a positional leader, level 1, to a permission-based leader, level 2, might look like. In part two, I […]
Stress, all of us know it, and all of us deal with it some form of another. Stress, in my opinion, is the one variable that my clients over the years are struggling to control. In fact, most of my clients feel they are “just fine” or “not stressed at all.” But then it comes […]
Think of your gut as a second brain in that it communicates through the Vagus nerve to your actual brain. Another cool thing is your gut even has its nervous system – the enteric nervous system. Pretty cool, right?
Today gut health is all the vogue and sexiness of the health space in large part to our current health climate. I mean, it’s hard to ignore our ever-changing definition of what “healthy” is defined as each year passes, but with the emergence of something we can’t see killing us, science looks for the billion-dollar answer no matter where it might be.
Wellness is not just eating well and exercising, although that is part of it. Your wellbeing comes in many different forms, physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, social, environmental, cultural, and occupational. All of these are important to maintain a balanced lifestyle, ideally.
Going on 17 years of being a health coach has afforded me one truth I keep saying, and that is it is more complicated for people to lose weight today than it was 17 years ago. No, people are not lazier.
How many times have the weeks after Christmas been a total blur and you realize you didn’t do anything productive the entire holiday season? With all the holiday events and parties, family dinners and get-togethers plus the extra days off work…
From depression to weight gain, to immune system suppression, to a lower quality of life, these are just some of the things my clients have to
Stress management is just as important in your health and fitness journey as your nutrition, cardio, and weight training programming.