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Use Tools That Support You: A Co-Schedule Review

As a fitness coach and studio owner, I spent a lot of time creating content for my clients and the public in the form of manuals, handouts, blogs, emails, and social media. In today’s technological age, it seems like there’s an app that promises to solve all your woes, but somehow it’s frighteningly easy to…
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Client Spotlight: Rebecca Pan

Running a business is no joke, especially when you have a family that has frequent demands on your time. This Spotlight focuses on Rebecca Pan, who recently hit her one year anniversary of training at Everchange Fitness. In the past year, she’s made tremendous amounts of progress in developing awareness of her posture and form,…
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‘Tis the Season For Illness Prevention

I received my flu shot last week, which provoked the annual conversation of, “Should I or shouldn’t I?” There are all sorts of opinions and mandates about getting flu shots and other vaccines. Some companies require their employees to get them, even going so far as to provide them on-site. Other people maintain that they’ve…
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Keep Moving Forward

This has been one heck of a week for people at the studio. We just wrapped up the third week of the Little Black Dress Challenge, and life is doing its best to get in the way of everyone! Work and an overabundance of responsibilities keep people from following their meal food plans and workout…
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Goal Setting: Complicated Or Satisfying?

Monday is the first day of the 28 Day Little Black Dress Challenge and I’ve been contemplating my own personal goals. While the process of setting detailed and thought-out goals seems complicated, the end result is truly satisfying. First, I had to decide what I wanted to do with myself, aside from, “preventing regular winter…
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Fresh From the Market Mushroom Soup

Too many hours working at a computer and the long commute has resulted in far more convenience foods than I want to admit. (Lots of curries over rice and sandwiches with gluten-free bread.) I’ve shared about how few vegetables are currently part of my diet in recent client conversations. Happily, Wednesday was the farmer’s market…
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Soothing the Beast of Self-Criticism

I’m taking the day off for my birthday! (Stop laughing. I’ll eventually get there.) Before I set business matters aside, I wanted to share some contemplations. The past year has brought a tremendous amount of change. My delightfully sweet and considerate fiancé proposed this spring. We would have rather held the wedding next summer, but…
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How Limb Length Impacts Your Lifts

If you’ve ever struggled with a movement that looks easy for one person but doesn’t just seem to click for you, it may be a matter of extremity length instead of you being weak or inflexible. I’d never really thought about having long arms as a kid. I kind of noticed that when I did…
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Blues Buster Smoothie

The afternoon slump always gets me. Whether I have caffeine or not, I seem to regularly crave some sort of sweet treat as a pick-me-up! Happily, I found out that I could satisfy the cravings and give my body the nutrients it needs. Blueberries are chock-full of antioxidants and are low on the glycemic index. Bananas…
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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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