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Soreness is a common and somewhat unfortunate part of exercise. It’s never fun to leave a workout or wake up the next day in pain, but it’s actually a very normal part of the experience. … more
Have you ever followed a diet or workout program perfectly, only to go right back to your old ways the second it was over? If so, you’re not alone. Transitioning from a plan with a strict set … more
I’ve always been fascinated with self-actualization. When my college advisor asked me what I wanted to do with my degree in Clinical Exercise Science, I said I wanted to help people optimize … more
Let me set the stage for you: I’m sitting at my kitchen island on a Sunday afternoon watching both men’s and women’s March Madness basketball games while writing new workouts for my … more
Every once in a while, someone will tell me they “just don’t drink water.” They stay hydrated through other drinks like juice, milk, or soda. Although this is not a place for … more
I can’t even deny it - I used to hate fitness challenges. You know, the ones that generate a lot of hype and then are over after thirty days or so. As a coach who prioritizes longevity, I want … more
Two days before my seventeenth birthday, I left the house at seven in the morning to retake my SAT exam. Both of my parents were sitting at the kitchen table and this was odd for them on a Saturday. … more
Living a healthy life requires you to manage your health goals like you’d manage a sports team. My basketball season came to an end a little earlier than I would have liked, and although … more
If you’re anything like me, you probably don’t always feel motivated to practice healthy habits such as exercising and cooking nutrient-dense foods. It’s easy to get stuck in the … more
When I first opened my online fitness coaching business in 2018, I took a course to help me learn how to create systems, find clients, and use social media for marketing. The instructors were all … more
On our quest of moving toward health, there will be many times when we aren’t quite sure what exactly we would like to be moving toward. This can make it challenging to figure out what our next … more
I started skiing when I was in first grade. Once a week during the winter, I would board the bus at the end of the school day full of kids heading to Holiday Mountain for our ski club trip. We would … more
As I walked around the grocery store this past weekend while completing my weekly shop, it was impossible not to notice the increase in prices. When groceries become more expensive, it’s … more
I’ve always loved the quote “Commitment is staying true to what you said you would do long after the mood that you said it in has left” by Inky Johnson. I strive to live by this … more
Writing a great workout requires careful consideration of many factors, and two of them are intensity and duration. Intensity encompasses how hard you’re working while duration is the amount of … more
Many jobs today require us to sit at our desks hunched over a computer for many hours at a time. We all know that sitting all day isn’t good for our health, and we usually have great ideas to … more
Technology is an incredible tool with seemingly endless applications to make our lives easier. It is practically inescapable these days and there are many devices out there to help you along your … more
Ever since I was a little girl, I can remember my dad always repeating to me “Calos can do anything.” In case you didn’t know, Calo is my maiden name, and my dad made sure that my … more
As the year is coming to a close, and the ground is wrapped in a blanket of snow, many holiday treats are being made, decorated, and consumed. My cousin found a fantastic dairy-free pumpkin pie … more
We operate from our habits more than fifty percent of the time. Oftentimes each day I realize that I don’t consciously remember completing a task, but I was still able to get it done because … more
I love receiving physical gifts during the holidays. In fact, giving and receiving gifts is one of the top ways I feel loved, according to Gary Chapman’s book called The 5 Love Languages. The … more
We often think of exercise as something we do when we want to lose weight. While that is one potential benefit of exercise, there are so many others that get looked over and forgotten about. Exercise … more
What does it mean to be thankful? To me, it means expressing gratitude for all that I have, and trusting in all the good that is to come. Gratitude doesn’t occur in words alone. It must also be … more
Coming up with titles for these articles is by far the most difficult part of writing this column. After the hundreds of decisions I make when it comes to the content itself, the last thing I want to … more
The most wonderful time of the year is quickly approaching, and with that can come a nightmare for our health. November and December are typically incredibly busy months between work and all the … more
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