Through Suffering to Serving

Life was amazing and I felt like I was at the top of my game. While I worked night shifts as a Nurse in a busy Cardiac Surgery department, I had simultaneously built up an online fitness following, had co-founded both Girls Gone Strong and Get Glutes, become known for home Kettlebell Workouts, and built a […]

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  • September 29, 2016

The Fourth Wee Workout

Following along with my Wee Workout theme, today I give you episode 4. Check out Episode 1, Episode 2, and Episode 3 … and Episode 5 by clicking the links.   Today’s Workout: In this workout, I didn’t set my Gymboss miniMAX Interval Timer, but instead set the repetitions for 10 each exercise. However, it is still […]

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  • September 21, 2016

The “Wee 3” Workout Series: Ep. 1

Do you ever learn about something and then keep seeing stuff about it again and again? Like it’s beckoning for attention in this noisy world. It started during a run of free baseline movement assessments I was offering a few months back. A recurring theme emerged and I began to see so clearly why so many […]

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  • August 31, 2016

Body Acceptance is NOT the Goal

If I hear one more time that the solution to hating your body is to love it I think I might explode! This is something I have literally done a 180 on, since I used to completely preach that we have to embrace ourselves, flaws and all! But you can’t force yourself to feel something […]

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  • August 1, 2016

Improve Your Push-Ups with 3 Simple Tweaks

Push-ups are one of the many exercises that people can struggle with. Through the years, during clients’ Baseline Movement Assessment, I have noticed 3 common areas that, once tweaked, make a huge difference to Push-up efficiency and overall progressions. Let me know if you have tried regressing your push-ups in order to really progress them […]

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  • June 6, 2016