Update: Jim Stoppani’s No Limits Challenge

If you’ve been around this blog for any amount of time, you’ll know I’m a big fan of challenges. There’s something to staying accountable, sending in pictures every week, and staying on schedule. That’s also why a lot of people hire trainers, so they can have that kind of accountability. This isn’t going to beContinue reading “Update: Jim Stoppani’s No Limits Challenge”

Can You Balance Fitness and A Fun Life?

Americans are obsessed with a “balanced” life. Recently I was browsing through the new books section at my local bookstore and almost every single self-help title was along the lines of: “Work-life balance for the busy professional” “How to balance it all as a mom” “Work hard and have fun” “How to balance it all” While work-lifeContinue reading “Can You Balance Fitness and A Fun Life?”

How to Set Goals for Fitness and Life

Someone recently e-mailed me about goal setting and I thought I’d take the time to go a little more in depth about how to set goals and if you even should set goals. This post gets a little personal, but goals are a part of who I am so that’s the only way to show you howContinue reading “How to Set Goals for Fitness and Life”

Priority Shifts, No More Off Seasons, And Working Like The Rock

“When you don’t know what to do, get still. Get very still until you do know what to do.” – Oprah Winfrey That quote has been the epitome of the past few years for me. Also, to be noted, this post is more of me writing to flesh out all the ideas I currently haveContinue reading “Priority Shifts, No More Off Seasons, And Working Like The Rock”

Stop Being A Spectator In Your Own Life

Social media has made us all spectators in our own lives. “Is this share-worthy?” “Will this get likes?” “I need a picture of everything I ever do.” Look, I totally understand taking pictures for memories but there is a line where it becomes obsessive. This is why I love social media, but I’m horrible atContinue reading “Stop Being A Spectator In Your Own Life”