Monthly Archives: March 2011

7 Ways to Find the Time to Work Out

The perceived lack of time is one of the main reasons people give for not exercising regularly. Even those of you who have discovered the wonders of in-home fitness still find it difficult to juggle work, family, and fitness. We hear you asking for help, and here are 7 smart ways to find more time […]

29 Tips for Keeping Portions Under Control

When it comes to food portions, size matters. In a world filled with “supersized” options, all-you-can-eat buffets, and extra-large pizzas, it’s no wonder people overeat. Have you ever found yourself in one of these situations? Eating snacks straight out of the bag while watching television, or even grabbing a second bag to munch on because […]

Expense vs Results – The Cost to Benefit Ratio

Simple question:  are you getting results from your gym membership?  I hope the answer is yes because given the cost, you should be.  Plus, you have all of the equipment available to you to get those results.  But what if you are not?  What is missing?  Perhaps, unless you can afford a personal trainer, it […]

Good Day Sunshine

Your alarm goes off and it’s dark, cold, and all you’ve got to look forward to is another day at the office. Getting out of bed, frankly, sucks. So you hit the snooze button, turn over, and snuggle back into your pillow for five more minutes of bliss. But—ouch—something else is amiss. Not only is […]

I Don’t Feel My Age…

I don’t feel my age Today is my birthday! I woke up at 5:00 a.m, did my P90X workout, had my oatmeal and a whey protein smoothie. Then I had my Shakeology for lunch (after a healthy snack of course). Woo hoo! Way to party like a rock star on your birthday, right? Trust me, […]

Spirtual Equipping

What fuels my fire to become the best Team Beachbody Coach that I can possibly be? Spiritual Equipping. Seeking out powerful influences that make me a better human being so that I can significantly improve the lives of other people. Powerful influences come in many forms in our lives. Some positive and some negative. The […]

Provoking Your Will to Find a Way

How many of you watched The Secret Millionaire on Sunday night? How many of you would like to be a secret millionaire, helping others in genuine need who give from what little they have and have become community heroes? You can watch the episode by clicking here, but what I want to share with you […]

6 Reasons to Eat Your Vegetables

If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably eating only three servings of fruits and vegetables a day, if that. Big mistake. Research shows that the more veggies you consume daily, the better off you’ll be, in terms of overall health and body weight. Aim for five to nine or even 13 servings of fruits and […]

5 Keys to Treating Depression through Exercise 1

About 19 million people in the United States suffer from some form of depression ranging from mild to severe. It’s hard to imagine that something as seemingly intangible as the feeling of sadness is governed by science, but it’s true.  Emotions, like everything else found inside our bodies, can be broken down into chemical equations. […]

5 Diet Myths and Why You Shouldn’t Believe Them

At last count, there were about 50 billion, trillion, gazillion different diet books and diet plans out there, all touting new, miraculous ways to shed the pounds. At first perusal, it can seem downright baffling, so let me let you in on a little secret. At the core, any reputable eating plan is going to […]