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It's National Personal Trainer Awareness Day!

Happy 2018 Everybody! New Year's Day this year for me was spent in full-on planning mode for what I anticipate to be an exciting time ahead. In a happy accident of Google research related to my business goals, I managed to stumble upon the knowledge that January 2nd has been designated as National Personal Trainer Awareness Day - a day to highlight the crucial role fitness professionals like myself play in helping people achieve their health and fitness goals. Given that I'm jumping head-first into this year with the kickoff of my 5 Dollar Fitness Club online personal training program and fitness community, I figured what better day to tell the world about what I'm up to?

3 Simple Fitness Tips to Not Blow the Weekend

3 Simple Fitness Tips to Not Blow the Weekend

How Not to Blow the Weekend? It’s Easier Than You Might Think!

I’ve noticed that many fitness professionals online tend to come out with exercise advice for the beginning of the week; fresh week, fresh start, fresh goals. And yes, I do approach much of my training and coaching from this perspective as well. It makes perfect sense and it works.

However, one of the things I’ve seen repeatedly with my personal training clients is this tendency to fear the weekend a little bit – fear that they’re going to completely blow all the hard work they’ve done for themselves all week long. So here I introduce my 3 Simple Fitness Tips to NOT Blow the Weekend. Let’s all enjoy our weekends and thrive without that crushing Monday morning hangover of guilt, shall we?

From Epiphany to Passion Ranger

Epiphanies are funny things.

You may think of an epiphany as a sudden flash of intuition, a striking perception, an illuminating discovery or realization that happens in a single eureka moment of human brilliance. Wondrous things epiphanies! Oh they flash and strike and illumine all right – just not always as we might expect. Sometimes an epiphany might happen in an instant; but sometimes the epiphany gets planted as a seed and then takes its own sweet time to germinate its way into full bloom. At least this has been my experience.