Celebrate the Month of Love

Posted: February 4, 2019

Remember, 2019 is your year. I can feel it! This is the year of no excuses and the year to be good to you. February is typically the month where many tend to focus on your special relationship. Whatever the relationship you choose to celebrate you need to take care of yourself in order to take care of that someone special. So let’s celebrate the…

New Years Resolutions… Done Right

Posted: January 2, 2019

New Years resolutions this year? Most of us have them with the goal to improve health, fitness and athletic performance. So, here are some tips to help you stay focused and on target this season. • Make realistic goals. Your resolution doesn’t always need to be about weight loss. It can be about adding more variety or value to your workouts. Here are some ideas…

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Why Swim?

Posted: December 13, 2018

If swimming laps is of interest to you, then you should do it, and here are just some reasons why: Stress relief – Yes, all exercise will help with this. However, it is shown that being in the water helps reduce sensory overload and this has a calming influence on the body (like taking a bath). This is also due to the constant stretching and…

Steps to a Better Tennis Game

Posted: November 6, 2018

How Good Do You Want To Be In Tennis? It Depends On How Many Steps You Take. How do the pros we watch on television make it look so easy and effortless? Try to notice how they move; smooth and organized. Their constant flow creates energy and when organized with purpose it translates into incredible power. Over 20 years ago I attended a Tennis convention…

The Nutrition Top 5

Posted: September 4, 2018

The trends of health and wellness can be very confusing at times. Nutrition is often one of the most confusing aspects of wellness. Nutrition advice changes very frequently and controversy is common even among professionals. In my health coaching, I have found it is most productive to ensure the food you eat is simply clean. The following are my five guidelines for making healthy food…