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Pushing past the processed food slump

Winter time was super tough for me because all I wanted to do was hibernate and eat. Unfortunately, part of that eating included processed sweets like peach pie and cashew milk ice cream, which quickly became a daily fix of comfort. (Yes, fitness trainers struggle too!) I also wasn’t nearly as hydrated as I should have been, and I began to feel pretty sluggish and my energy completely escape... Read More »

Time Management…..Get Some!

How often does it feel like there are just not enough hours in a day to get anything done? All the time for me. Gotta go to work, gotta cook, gotta study, gotta clean up kitty yack, gotta workout, gotta help friends and family, gotta be awesome on social media, gotta breathe…..etc. It can be very overwhelming! Time management is something I have always struggled with, but I have found a few ... Read More »

The Perfect Food Journal!

Writing down what I ate for the day is not my greatest strength. But I know this is something that will push me towards my goals. I am going to give this 100 %. Read More »

Rollin, rollin, rollin…, my legs are “swole”n

I’m noticing as I age, my muscles are getting much tighter from high intensity training than they used to years ago. I love the training and the “swole” results it brings, so I am continuously trying to figure out ways to keep my body feeling good. One technique I’ve come to love is rolling out my muscles with a foam roller on a daily basis. Hitting the deep fascia tissue r... Read More »

Finding the right shoes for you

I am no stranger to waking up in the middle of the night with a cramp in my foot or falling down as I tried to get out of bed. For a portion of my time in the military, I struggled tremendously with non-stop foot pain. That is, until I realized that it wasn’t so much the intense stress I was putting on my feet, but rather the boots that didn’t fit my feet well. In that case, I was fitt... Read More »

Food prepping like a beast

We all know that nutrition is the hardest part of staying fit. With everything we have going on in our lives, it’s too easy to just grab what’s quick and convenient. Trust me, I know, I’ve been there. Fortunately, over time I’ve learned to prepare food on the weekend, so I can stay on track with my goals in a jammed packed week. All you need is to decide what healthy foods/... Read More »

Appreciating the classes

After having a much needed week off, I’m excited to get back to business. I don’t push myself as hard when I’m not at RNS. The classes are challenging for all of us, but the results are priceless! So let’s remember not to take this “gem” for granted and appreciate how blessed all of us are to be here 🙂 On that note, spring is coming. So let’s kick some but... Read More »

Effectiveness of the hair analysis

Every year about this time I’m plagued with a nasty head cold. So it wasn’t a surprise a couple a weeks ago, when I started feeling a bit under the weather. Usually these colds hang on for quite some time before I can get back on track. However, I received my hair analysis results a few days after fighting congestion and fatigue, made adjustments according to my nutritional deficiencie... Read More »

The importance of rest when needed

We all fight germs being passed around this time of year, and sometimes it catches up to us. I’m definitely not an exception. After feeling a bit rough this past week, I decided to let my body rest for few days and start fresh this coming week. I know what it’s like to want to push through, but it’s important to let our bodies’ immune systems do their jobs, so we can heal a... Read More »

WOW! Just WOW!

First workout as a breaker in training, and I can’t even express how impressed I am with the RNS ladies. That workout was no joke!! Great job, Millie, Nina, and Ebony! I can’t wait to see the other members in action as well. So blessed to be joining such a great team!! Read More »

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