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The Most Important Practice For Tween Relationships Its Common-and Parents Can Help

To parents or older siblings, tweens sometimes can come across cold, depressed, immature and tons of other crazy personalities, which is why we need to encourage them and love them unconditionally, but the most important practice is to get them talking at a deeper level. Current handling of tween relationships is the cornerstone for their adult ones. Each Tween is Different-Even Twins I have 6 teenagers right now. They are all so very different, even [...]

To Peek or Not to Peek at Your Tween’s Social Media The Difference Between Spying and Responsibility

Is it a privacy taboo to peek at your tween’s social media or is it more of your responsibility as a parent? This is a debated question you may have already answered in your mind, but is it right for you? Is it really peeking or responsibility? This is a discussion of privacy versus responsibility.  Peeking isn’t really what I want to unpack, here. Maybe it’s more: viewing, looking through, understanding, watching, monitoring, or seeking out [...]

45-Minute Hotel or At-Home Workout: No Equipment Needed! Intermediate - Advanced Level

I have been asked to show a “Hotel Workout” or “At Home Workout”, the kind that you can do when your kids are at home or you can’t make it to the gym. If you are traveling, this is a great little workout you can do anywhere. This may look intense, but it really is as hard as you make it. My calorie tracker/heart rate monitor showed that I burned 800 calories in 45 minutes [...]

Resolution Nutrition Challenge: 25 Options To Choose With 5 Bonus Free Meal Plans

GET YOUR RESOLUTION NUTRITION CHALLENGE FREE A Resolution Nutrition Challenge is easier than you think with this FREE 30-day option plan.  Nutrition is sometimes easier than one in exercise. We HAVE to eat to live…but don’t have to go to the gym to survive.  Sometimes daily living gets us up and moving enough to keep healthy – like walking and hauling things in and out of our homes, but nutrition controls so much of our [...]

Don’t Ditch the Egg Yokes! Eating the Whole Egg is Far Superior

By Sarah Hansel, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer Why on earth would someone have an egg white omelet to increase their health? If you think eggs are loaded with cholesterol or are trying to reduce your calories, you might think again after reading the facts. 1. Cholesterol is NOT the Problem “Eggs do not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and can be safely consumed” When we eat foods that contain a high amount [...]

Over 40? Lifting is the New Running Stop running yourself ragged and start building health

Proof if You are Over 40 to Get OFF The Treadmill The more continuing ed I read, the more articles and books I research the more the evidence is piling up that many days of long bouts of straight cardio should be a thing of the past. Not only does it release free-radicals that make us age, it’s actually helping store fat around our legs, butt, core, and organs. Want proof? Let’s dig in: 1. [...]

Which Protein Powder Is Best for Me?

I decided to make a video post today. It will sum it up a lot faster if I show you then just write it down for you.  However, if you can’t load the video for whatever reason, below are the highlights!   What Do I look for in a Protein Powder? It HAS to taste good…otherwise, it’s going to sit there and we’ll all dread drinking the thing. It can’t have any artificial sweeteners in [...]

Core Balance Workout – No Crunches!

Equipment Needed: medicine balls and a Bosu Below are a few core workouts to give a while. They will incorporate your balance while engaging your core. Don’t be surprised if you can’t nail it the first time you try. It took me a while for my mind and body would connect. Either way – try it. You may just fall in love with it! Balance involves more than we think. We use it to do everyday [...]

Are You Wasting Time Working Out? Are You a Treadmill Runner?

People are literally wasting their time working out – especially if it’s just on a treadmill? Not all people, but just those who aren’t exercising how their body needs.  We can all perform exercises, whatever the level, but what if you found out logging an hour a day on that treadmill was actually just wasting time? This is the case for many women I’ve trained. MEET HOLLY When Holly came to me and asked why [...]

Total Core Workout

There are countless ways to work the core – and not every core exercise is right for all people. Some people have a tight neck and shouldn’t perform endless crunches or even hold a plank for long periods of time. Some have a lower bad back and can’t put too much pressure on it, so even using your back as a fulcrum to perform core exercises could be dangerous. Choose the exercises that fit you [...]