PMS: How to avoid shark week

If you’re a female, then you know you’ve been there. Life’s going great, you’re feeling awesome. Then Aunt Flow comes…

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Dumbbell Pullovers and why you should do them

Back in the classic era of bodybuilding, before steroids were a thing, the “squats and milk” routine was the number…

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Pros and cons of intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting to lose weight I first heard of intermittent fasting just over a year ago when one of my…

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Love languages and what they mean

What’s your love language? I know this isn’t necessarily fitness related, but some may argue that love and relationships affect…

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Smiling can impact your running

Training your facial muscles can affect your results Last year, Eliud Kipchoge ran 26.2 miles in just two hours and…

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How to hone your hydration

Now that it’s getting hotter.. As a runner, it’s easy to think just drink more water to stay hydrated when…

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Fat and why you need it

Fat-free does not equal healthy So many of my clients think they’re winning when they tell me they’re reaching for…

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Protein: building blocks of muscle

Muscular endurance and strength Whether you’re a runner, cyclist, or body builder, you need muscle. Even for those couch potatoes…

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The FitExpo Chicago 2018

My first FitExpo experience was a blast! This wasn’t my first fitness expo ever, but it was the first time…

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Fiber: the most overlooked but necessary ingredient

Most people focus on protein and the number of grams they need to consume, but often overlook the amount of…

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Carbohydrates: complex vs simple and why we need them

To carb or not to carb That is the question. For many looking to lose weight, they tend to turn…

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Should you work out until you puke?

Have you ever worked out so hard you puked? After a recent extra-tough training session, the topic of vomit came…

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