Find Your Why: The Next Steps

This is the second article in a two-part series. Click here to read the first installment about how to find your why and why it’s important. Once you’ve found your why, what are the next steps? We’ve uncovered a huge motivator, but it’s just that: huge. A large goal can seem daunting, even with the … Continue reading Find Your Why: The Next Steps

Find Your Why

Do you prefer to listen? In each podcast episode, I expand on the article and offer additional thoughts and insight. You can check it out on Soundcloud or iTunes! This week on the podcast, we talked about how the fitness industry is failing, but how you can succeed and reach the goals you have set … Continue reading Find Your Why

Thanksgiving: One Day, One Meal

The morning after Thanksgiving: A time to rush out and take advantage of sales and markdowns on Black Friday. A time to relax with family who’s visiting from out of town A time to travel back home after visiting out of town. However, for those with a fitness goal, thoughts of delicious food consumed may … Continue reading Thanksgiving: One Day, One Meal

Transitions

At the start of the summer, I made my second cross-country move in a year. Relocating my life, again, but this time back to a familiar place – the same town where I went to college. Though the move was largely career-driven, personal feelings played a role. I spent May 2016 to June 2017 in … Continue reading Transitions

The Basics of Peer-Reviewed Research: Finding Reliable and Accurate Information

Limited are the days of searching for information in books at the library. Though some college professors still require it, the majority of research and information seeking is now online. It's more common to see people searching online databases as opposed to combing through bookshelves. Having nearly unlimited information at our fingertips is amazing. No … Continue reading The Basics of Peer-Reviewed Research: Finding Reliable and Accurate Information