Studies have shown that 2020 was a very challenging year for many due to the pandemic and many changes in work and schooling life. While many global circumstances are still out of our control, we can still control what happens within ourselves and our daily lives that can make a positive difference – such as … Read More
As a wellness coach, I am continuously expanding upon my knowledge so I can bring the most up to date information to my clients. During quarantine, I completed another nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition, one of the industry’s top nutrition education programs. What I loved about the program, aside from acquiring super science-based knowledge about … Read More
Regular physical activity can control weight, prevent or manage health issues (cholesterol, stroke, blood pressure, disease, etc.), improve mood, and boost energy. Adopting exercise is part of your healthy lifestyle that will help you feel healthier and happier–and maybe a few pounds lighter! Here are some tips on how to implement fitness during the summer. … Read More
What is HIIT? High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a type of cardiovascular exercise where you become hypoxic (deprives your body of oxygen) which makes your metabolism stay elevated throughout your day. Because of this, you are still burning calories after you leave the gym. How to do HIIT A simple way to do this is … Read More
As we all dive deeper into the pandemic, you’re probably feeling anxious and feel like everything is out of your control. But this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Your quarantine is the perfect opportunity to take back your health. For instance, you definitely have time to exercise even if it’s a 30-minute walk, a … Read More
One of the biggest hurdles that individuals face is what I refer to as the “excuses merry-go-round”. There will always be some reason big or small not to stick with your lifestyle routine. Maybe you’re too busy to exercise, you’re not sleeping well, your back hurts, you don’t want to get up early or you’re … Read More
As a wellness coach, one of the questions that I get asked the most is: How do you stay healthy during the holiday season? Studies suggest that individuals gain an average of one pound per week. Not only is this extremely unhealthy for your body and mental state, but you will be starting the New Year off at a disadvantage. Here are my top 10 tips that will keep you fitting in your favorite pair of jeans, while still being able to enjoy the season.
The first thing I do after an intense workout with my trainer Aaron Manheimer at Wattage is foam roll. Self-myofascial release is a fancy term for self-massage to release muscle tightness or knots (trigger points) in your muscles. By applying pressure to specific points on your body you are able to aid in the recovery of your muscles.
How would you like to have an abundance of energy every day, feel light and healthy, not to mention look absolutely radiant?