Please note: The following article is a guide only, and is not necessarily applicable to everyone. Please talk to your doctor for recommendations regarding specific chronic conditions before beginning an […]
I am going to be honest; improving your fitness can be challenging all on its own. Then we throw in some spasticity, or a wheelchair that doesn’t fit the gym […]
If I’m being honest, getting fit is not that easy. Especially when you add some limitations (such as an injury or a disability) into the mix. Because if it were easy, we would all be in amazing shape without needing any motivation and I (among many other fitness professionals), would not have a job!
We’ve all done it: Daydreaming about something you really want to have or achieve.
Do you then take a moment to feel how having that achievement would feel in your body once you got it?
Change is hard, I don’t care who you are. Some folks are better than others, but change truly is a practice, especially when it comes to your fitness and dietary […]
While I am writing this, we are well into a global health pandemic. COVID-19 has changed many things about our lives, and fitness is one of them. Many fitness facilities […]
Now that we are done from the holidays and into the new year, we all know that people often feel drained. Add the pandemic into the mix and these feelings […]
As we continue to go through each day of this pandemic, many individuals are back in their homes, feeling unmotivated to move. I don’t blame you. It has been a […]
As someone who has struggled to regain back strength and independence after a spinal cord injury, I know the first hand struggles of wanting to regain some abdominal function. At […]
More than once I’ve sat down with a client during their first assessment and when I ask them what their fitness goal is, they respond with “I want to be […]
Self isolation is not something I am good at doing. I am a very social person, and even though I recharge by myself in my own space, I thrive off […]