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Is the Air Quality Poor? Workout Indoors!

My brain’s been sluggish and my energy equally dull, even with abundant water, caffeine, and good food. I’ve been sleeping pretty well. What gives? That’s when life takes a moment to remind me that San Francisco seems to be surrounded by fires. There are active fires up and down the state, adding to the challenges…
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Five Ways to Improve How You Feel… RIGHT NOW

Most people are thrilled that Fridays signal the end of the work week. I presently find myself even more overwhelmed by the demands of my weekend! Caregiving for the in-laws isn’t a restful way to spend my non-training days, so I’d rather seize the pleasant moments when I can create them. Right now, I’m working…
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What’s In Your Pantry?

Last fall, I did a Kitchen Klean-Up to prepare for the Little Black Dress challenge I ran for my clients. Living in shared housing, my one fridge shelf and the tiny space designated for my portion of the pantry was much easier to maintain! Our current household’s pantry is an astonishing sight. It was designed…
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Seven Essential Terms for Core Movement

Today’s a quick video to help you understand what I consider seven essential terms relating to core movement. Bracing Drawing in Flex/Round Extend/Arch Rotation Lateral bend Lateral shift To your health, Jeri

Let’s Get Cheeky

“Engage your glutes.” “Move from the butt!” “Drive from the hips.” … What’s that mean, anyhow? Some butts are flat, others are apple shaped. It seems like every InstaFaceSnapper has a guide to making your butt look amazing, but we should care about more than aesthetics. Regardless of what our derriere’s look like, we rarely utilize their full…
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When You Just Need a Great Workout

It’s time to make my signature workouts more accessible and eliminate the confusion. That’s why when you next check out the Everchange Fitness class schedule, you’ll only see two offerings. Our bodies are confusing enough. (Annoyingly, our instruction manuals didn’t come pre-installed.) You don’t have to worry about being a specific level in order to…
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Growing Pains and Recovery

It happens like clockwork: After months of diligent training, suddenly our bodies start hurting again after we’re done with the workout. Hadn’t we already moved past that after we got into our good habits? Did we manage to hurt ourselves? The reality is that our bodies are constantly changing, whether we want them to or…
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Understanding and Optimizing Food Habits

I’m moving tomorrow! The week has been a whirlwind of finalizing packing, purging, and keeping myself physically active. Moving week leaves me without the mental capacity or energy to cook. Forget cleaning! In years past, I’ve let regretful amounts of fresh food go to waste. I seek out comfort food, pre-prepared items, and items like…
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Un-desk Your Body and Ease Your Back

I’m always striving to make the best of my time. I wake up for my first clients in the morning and am instantly on the go. Then I “work” on my computer right up until I need to head back to my favorite part my career: training. Going from relatively sedentary to performing box squats…
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The Electric Experience: E-bike Commuting

Following last month’s theft of my beloved bikes, I needed to get a replacement quickly. I knew that by the end of summer I’d be moving from San Francisco to Mill Valley, and taking the bus every day is not beneficial to my mental or physical health. (Thanks in part to our recent engagement, my moving…
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