A quick note this week from me to you. It’s something I’ve been talking about on the blog since 2016 and still holds true today – in my coaching and on this podcast. Simple as that.
help achieve their goals. The ultimate evidence is only found after a trial period. The perfect program can look great on paper, but as someone begins to execute it, it’s a flop. You take the reins and put a stop to the movement, program, etc. that isn’t working. As a coach, it’s my job to then problem solve and find another way to achieve the goals they want. But the member is always in the driver’s seat. Today we’re unpacking what that looks like and how you can be a better advocate for yourself.
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.
Last week, I talked about how training at a high intensity and “all-out” and all times of your training cycle is holding you back. For a perfect training cycle, we should periodize seasons of higher and lower intensities and volume over the course of the weeks, months, and years we're training. But a perfect training … Continue reading 6 Foolproof Ways to Stay on Track
Okay, so before you get up in arms, the title might be a little click-bait 😉 Doing the same things, over and over and over, isn’t good for the body. We have to progress the exercises, change position, increase the load, etc. But in the same way, training at the same intensity isn’t good for … Continue reading 3 Reasons High-Intensity Training is RUINING Your Progress
If you’re a human, you have stress. Period. That’s it. The problem is, we know we have it. No one is surprised to hear that they have stress in their lives. But we may not realize to what extent certain areas and aspects of our lives cause us stress. Then, at the same time, we … Continue reading I Cannot Stress This Enough
For the last two weeks, we talked about the importance of the small, simple habits - both in nutrition and training. But what is the science behind building these habits? Luck for us, there's a large body of research behind this work and once we break it down, it can be both easy to understand … Continue reading The Science Behind Building Habits
Hey there, everyone! Thank you so much for taking the time to listen, read, and following along with my new passion project. It is my hope that each episode leaves you with actionable takeaways that you can implement into your life immediately. This podcast will cover all of the topics that I work with clients … Continue reading What does it mean to fuel your freedom?