What I Have Been Doing During the Pandemic

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

Do Your Joints Hurt In Cold Weather? Here’s Why and 6 Natural Remedies to Help Ease the Pain

Lately, many of my clients have been mentioning painful joints.  Since we’ve had such widely changing weather here heading into winter, I ask them if their pain correlates to weather changes.  Most say that it does.  So, what causes this?  And, is there anything we can do to ease this pain? Reasons Why Cold Weather … More Do Your Joints Hurt In Cold Weather? Here’s Why and 6 Natural Remedies to Help Ease the Pain

What is Biohacking?

You may have heard the term “biohacking” mentioned more in the news and media lately.  It seems like it’s the new catch-word of the year.  But, what does it mean?  What are people talking about?  Well, here’s a brief definition. Biohacking in mainstream society is defined as “hacking” your body’s cellular systems.  Wait.  What?  Yes.  … More What is Biohacking?

The One Thing You Can Do to Beat the Most Popular Excuse for Not Working Out

What tops the list of excuses for not exercising?  “I don’t have time.”  Well, we all have the same amount of time, every single day.  And, many people have good, consistent fitness programs AND are also successful business people, family people, and social people.  How do they do it?  Here’s one way. Schedule your workouts.  Schedule … More The One Thing You Can Do to Beat the Most Popular Excuse for Not Working Out

Oh No! Injury!

As I sit here with ice on my knee, I am reminded once more that injuries suck.  This time it is a knee which has had three surgeries and is now arthritic.  Every three or four years, part of my knee gets inflamed and very sore.  It could be a weird step, twist, or perhaps, … More Oh No! Injury!