This holiday and like many others, you are most likely faced with extra holiday treats, get together with family & friends and possibly planning a getaway if you are lucky enough to enjoy a long weekend. Here are some simple holiday tips to stay on track with your fitness goals. 1. Start with a healthy breakfast. It's the most important meal of the day and you may not be able to control what’s served on the brunch or dinner table but you can certainly control what you eat when you wake up.
One of the most exciting things about life is making changes to shift into the next level of growth and opportunity. I attended Amber Lilyestrom’s Soul Fueled Summit yesterday to think about what’s next for Triple Jump Fitness. You see, we work with a coach even though I am a coach and this is because it helps us see the big picture. We really look at Triple Jump Fitness and where we want to go with it. As we expand, we are constantly thinking about how we can accommodate our client's needs. Our
I’ve been talking about self-care a lot on Instagram and I know how difficult it is for women to prioritize themselves. But you have to take care of yourself before you can fully support others. In order to be that good wife, mom, or self, we’ve got to start taking care of ourselves. What does that look like? I spent this weekend at the Portland Mom & Baby Expo where I’m an exhibitor and a big contributor. Seeing all these women and their beautiful babies got me thinking more about self-care
The biggest issue that moms tend to forget is taking care of themselves first. Remember when you get on an airplane and they tell you to put on your own oxygen mask first? As moms, we tend to our kids, our husbands, our dog and our house all before ourselves. But when you start taking care of yourself first, you’re in a happier place, you feel good, and your whole family is going to feel that. Our Fit-Family Boot Camps make it easier to take care of yourself when you have little
As we get ready for the Christmas weekend. I started reflecting on most of my kids coming home and how to meet all of their needs. It is always tough when you bring everyone together that live away and have different expectations. It doesn't stop at age 3 or 10 or 30 years old. What about a mom's primary job? It's not cooking dinner, changing diapers, helping your first grader with his spelling each night or your grown kids saving money. The most important assignment a mom has is to nurture her children. But what