I’m an active mom who recently decided to take the plunge into clean eating, specifically gearing my menu around lowering the carbs that my husband and I take in. It was something we had talked about previously, and when I asked Mark Spurbeck of Fit Twin Cities about my ideas, he wholeheartedly approved it and was EXCITED for us! Read more
Many women are hesitant to the idea of weightlifting, especially when they think about what it could do to their body. Women might think that weightlifting will give them the bulky bodybuilder look, or that weightlifting will make them gain weight. The real truth? Weightlifting has multiple benefits – helping everything from your overall health to transforming the way you look. Read more
Water? Check. Common courtesy…?
This time of year, our exercise facilities are overflowing with individuals who are new to the whole fitness lifestyle and who want to become healthier, leaner people. Kudos to them for finding the factor that told them to get off the couch and workout; however, don’t leave your common sense and respect at home. Whether you joined a large or small gym, the following guidelines will make for a better experience.
This is a great video on nutrition and how we have gotten way off track. Chances are you will learn something if you watch this. It could change your life. Please watch it.
The only thing I disagree with is talking about “going to the gym” as a negative thing. We still need to be active – even if we are at a healthy weight. Maybe it doesn’t have to be a gym membership, but exercise is still extremely important to our health.
Baby got back.
This week I am a guest on Jimmy Moore’s wonderful Low Carb Conversations podcast with my great friend Dietitian Cassie. On the website I’m introduced as “one of Minneapolis’ most prestigious personal trainers.” What an honor! Please check it out!