We all know that headlines and blurbs (short descriptions of articles) can be misleading. In fact, we run across misleading headlines every day. The most common ones online are those that are used as clickbait. They mention a subject, for example, McDonald’s new hamburger is one of the best things about fast food right now, … More 4 Tips On How to Approach Misleading Headlines and Blurbs, Especially When They Are Reporting Research Findings
I have not posted on here in a long time. However, I have been busy reading and writing, both fitness and non-fitness related material. Since the pandemic began, I have been sidelined as an in-person personal trainer. My clients are older and are in the high-risk category for catching Covid-19. Nearly all are too afraid … More What I Have Been Doing During the Pandemic
Back from hiatus. New blogs coming soon! … More Back From Hiatus!
Spring is here! And, where I live, we’ve just skipped right into summer with the heat. So, I have been answering hydration questions and reminding more of my clients to stay hydrated. There is so much information out there on specific amounts to drink per day and what to drink. Some sources even explain a … More 3 Ways to Help Yourself Stay Hydrated This Summer