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Master the Basics First

Have you seen the Pixar movie, “Up?” If you have, you probably remember the cute scene with Doug, the talking dog, who gets distracted by a squirrel. Like Doug, it’s so easy to get sidetracked by a shiny new object dangling nearby.  There are thousands of fitness products and diets ... Read More
 

Small Ways I’ve Gotten In Shape

  It’s resolution season and the top resolutions I usually hear are to lose weight and get in shape.   I like to challenge my clients by asking, “What does getting in shape mean to you?”  How do you define being in shape?   That can be a tough question.  ... Read More
 

Stretches That Are Making Your Posture Worse

I’m sharing a mistake I made because I’ve recently realized this mistake and am now correcting it. I used to have all my clients roll their upper back with a tennis ball.  It feels really good.  BUT: Stretching and rolling, whether with a tennis ball or foam roller, have the ... Read More
 

Key Takeaways from Neurokinetic Therapy

Growth is outside of your comfort zone. I’ve heard the above phrase a number of times and it accurately described my feelings as I traveled to New York City for a Neurokinetic Therapy workshop. It was my first time taking a train and navigating around a huge city by myself.  ... Read More