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Fill Your Own Cup First

Today we’re talking about self-care…No, not the bubble baths and spa day type of self-care. But the practical kind, the realistic kind. We talk about real life examples and practice of self-care, as well as ways that you can add them into your life. Not to mention why you should, and need to, include these practices in your day.

Is cardio ruining your strength progress?

“Cardio is killing my gainz! I can’t make progress gaining strength and building muscle if I’m doing cardio.” WRONG – Today’s episode is all about (once again) busting the myth of cardio getting in the way of strength training progress. We’re talking about what cardio actually is, why you need to incorporate some into your life, and tips on how to do that smartly.

Master Your Meal Prep

One of the most frequently asked questions that I get revolves around nutrition. What to eat? How do I know what to prep? How can I make meal planning and prep easy? What are the best foods to prep and how to prep them? How can I make meal prep easier? Doesn’t eating the same thing all the time get boring? Today, we unpack it all. If you’ve ever had a question about meal prep, this is the episode for you!

The Wider the Base, The Taller the Peak

In this episode, we’re talking all things fundamentals. If you’re brand new to training, focusing on the fundamentals before progressing too quickly, is one of the BEST things you can do for your fitness journey. If you’ve been training for years, but don’t have a grasp on the fundamentals, what does this mean for you? Today, we dive into all things fundamentals, what they are, what they mean for you and your journey, and how you can master them.

The Power of the Pause

Life is full of unpredictable scenarios and curveballs. While we often find ourselves wanting to wait for the perfect time, the truth is, that time doesn’t exist. There is not perfect time and, in fact, there are life events that want to put a stop to our fitness journey. Instead of stopping, there’s huge power in pausing or slowing down. Today, we dive into what pausing might look like for you when life tries to throw you off track.

Listen to Your Body, Not Your Fitness Watch

There are HUNDREDS of fitness watches and other monitoring devices for our fitness. It started with step counters but has expanded to a huge variety of products that measure not only step counts, but heart rate, HRV, sleep status, and countless other metrics. It’s honestly crazy. But, how much attention and stake should we place in these numbers? In this episode, we dive into all things fitness trackers.

6 Performance Metrics You Should Be Tracking

While weight loss (or fat loss, more specifically), is a popular goal and one that draws many people into the world of health and fitness, it’s NOT the only goal that you can have. In fact, I would argue that there are performance goals that are more important and crucial to success in your health and fitness journey. Today, we’re talking about six metrics you can track to see progress that aren’t just a number on the scale.

Are You RUINING the Perfect Program?

There are countless tools in my toolbox of programming options as a coach. I can design the perfect program on paper, but then the responsibility goes to the athlete. The responsibility goes to you. YOU have to take action and ownership over the program. Without it, the most perfect program on paper is useless.

4 Supplements You (Might) Actually Need

The market is FILLED with supplements. The supplement industry itself is a multi-billion-dollar industry and has grown year after year after year. There’s no stopping it now. So, how do you know what to choose? What should you supplement with? Today, I’m talking about four supplements that are a good starting point as you start to choose ones to take!

Lean into the Discomfort

Life can be uncomfortable. Health and fitness can be uncomfortable. This week, we’re unpacking why it pays to lean into that discomfort. How when we do push through it, we find out what change is awaiting us on the other side. Because you ARE capable of still moving forward, despite feelings of discomfort.