Tag Archives: fitness

Is Exercise Preventable Medicine?

By | March 7, 2012

Tweet Is Exercise Preventable Medicine? This is the question for today! In today’s world where couch potatoe is the norm, where most say they don’t like exercise, or they don’t have time it’s a question that may make the difference between life and death for some. I find that a visual sometimes has so much power to put… Read More »

Go ahead and Show Up!

By | March 5, 2012

Tweet Exericse like your life depended on it!   What if you began an exercise program that fit you perfectly?  What if you changed your opinion of exercise to feeling that each and every time you bagan your perfect program you had the time of your life?  What if you found that lifting weights, moving your body in ways… Read More »

If you are over weight and out of shape are you Lazy?

By | January 4, 2012

Tweet Wow that is quite a headline don’t you think?  Kind of scary for me to write. So let me start at the reason I put that in the headline today.  I was at a dinner party a few days ago with a personal trainer friend of mine.  We somehow got into a discussion on why people become… Read More »

The Brain and Exercise

By | December 30, 2011

Tweet I found this video by Dr. John Ratey and it is very interesting as we don’t really think of exercise for a health brain.  However it is so important for all ages to not only have good health for the body we must have good heatlh for the brain. Well here is a short video to learn… Read More »

Achieve Fitness, Wellness and Weight Loss Results in 2012!

By | December 27, 2011

Tweet It is said that people who have a performance coach are 91% more likely to follow through on their commitments and work to a higher level of success.  We all know that when we choose to meet someone else to do an activity, we usually do it.  It is not surprising then that when we join with… Read More »

Road Map for Successful Health and Wellness Outcomes

By | December 8, 2011

Tweet Hi, been a while hope all is well with you?  I have just arrived home this week afer a fantastic 10 day holiday.  Drove from Toronto to Fort Myers Beach and back.  It was really nice to be away, sun, sand and ocean along with great company.  But I digress! While I was driving I had a… Read More »

Exercise and Aging, is there a connection?

By | November 3, 2011

Tweet Ok I really do like to exercise.  I do something everyday for myself.  I life weights, move kettlebells, ride a bike, go for a walk or run outside, in the summer I cut grass for many hours, and for the most part I enjoy it all.  Exercise or movement makes me feel alive!  It is challenging physically… Read More »

What will it take to make change?

By | August 24, 2011

Tweet Change.  What does that mean to you?  To me it means improving on who I am.  It means growing as a human being.  It means getting better at this thing called life. Why I am writing about change on my Personal Training & Wellness website?  Isn’t change the goal when we decide to begin an exercise program? … Read More »

Courages is in the Showing Up

By | October 18, 2010

Tweet I was actually in a gym yesterday.  Because I train at home in my own gym I have not had the need to be in a gym in a long time.  I forgot how a gym environment feels like.  There is a silent support system there just because each person shows up.  It doesn’t matter the reason… Read More »

Are you living your plan?

By | July 10, 2010

Tweet Yesterday I wrote about having a plan.  In yesterday’s post I wrote about my planning a Weight Loss Program that I am putting together. I just got back from a long bike ride around my area.  It is an absolutely wonderful morning with the sun shining, very little humidity and not a cloud in the sky. I… Read More »