If you missed last weeks group fitness class, no worries, we are at it again this
Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 12pm. This is a great opportunity to improve your
current fitness level in a positive, structured, motivating environment. If
interested, click the “Contact” section and drop me a message!
I will be instructing a small group fitness class starting Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 12pm. This is a great opportunity to improve your current fitness level in a positive, structured, motivating environment. This class will run through May 2018. If interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and reserve your spot!
The Fitness Guru
I had the opportunity to be featured in a super cool online magazine. I appreciate the opportunity and hope you all will take a few minutes to read it. Click the above link to check it out.
SCHEDULE US INTO YOUR SATURDAY MORNING AND LETS GET BETTER, TOGETHER! CONTACT ME IF YOU ARE ATTENDING OR HAVE QUESTIONS!💪
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 2017
JOIN US FOR A FUN AND CHALLENGING WORKOUT IN A POSITIVE, MOTIVATING ENVIRONMENT.
CONTACT ME FOR DETAILS!
SHRIMP & CAULIFLOWER MASH
1-2 lbs of large shrimp (cleaned and peeled)
Cauliflower Mash (Scroll down Blog page to find the recipe)
6-8 Garlic cloves (chopped)
1/4 cup of green onion (chopped)
1-2 Jalapenos (chopped)
1/4 cup red onion (chopped)
4-6 Strips of bacon
Old Bay Seasoning
WHAT TO DO:
Sprinkle desired amount of old bay seasoning on shrimp. Add chopped ingredients to the shrimp. Coat the shrimp in olive oil and give it a good mix. If you can, cover and refrigerate overnight. If not, cover shrimp and let them sit in the mixture for 20-30 minutes.
Before cooking the shrimp, grab a pan and cook your bacon. If you do not eat pork, use turkey or my favorite, beef bacon! I like to cook my bacon until it is crispy enough to crumble.
After the bacon is done, Warm up a separate pan on the stove-top over medium-low heat. Add the shrimp mixture to the pan and saute until shrimp are lightly cooked. Be careful not to overcook your shrimp.
Grab a bowl and add a few scoops of the Cauliflower Mash as your base. Add your shrimp. Finish by crumbling your crispy back over the entire dish.
This is a SUPER GOOD, SUPER CLEAN, low-carb recipe for those looking to enjoy some clean, nutritious food that taste delicious.
Let me know how it goes!
Over the past 2 months, I have been talking fitness with clients and various people looking to increase their current level of fitness. I engaged in these conversations to actively listen. The common theme in 95% of these conversations is the lack of time, space, and resources to exercise consistently. I learned to lift weights from some old school, hardcore lifters with an old school, hardcore mentality in old school, hardcore gyms. Needless to say the foundation of my mentality towards fitness is old school, and hardcore. So, when someone tells me they do not have the time, space, or resources to exercise consistently I immediately label it an excuse. If you really want it, you will MAKE time for it, right? Yes, and there is always time. Especially when all you need is your body, an open space and at least 30 minutes daily.
I want to help! I want you to crush any excuse that tries to creep into your mind!
I’ve created a bunch of 30-40 minute workouts to get and keep you moving! You will need your body, some open space and some effort!
Let’s start with this.
-Walk or Jog x10 minutes
-Alternate for 10 minutes
-Front Plank x1min
-Walk or Jog x10 minutes
Go at your desired pace Rest as needed. This workout is efficient and effective. Give it a try and let me know how it goes!
Click the “30-A-Day” page in the Menu above for daily, efficient, and effective workouts!
STAY MOTIVATED! NO EXCUSES!
I have many goals written for 2017. One of them was to have a professional fitness photo-shoot. To set a goal, focus on it, and actually accomplish it, brings a feeling that cannot be properly put into words. I want to create this feeling over and over again for the rest of my life, so I will continue to set goals and put in the work until they are achieved.
Much love and gratitude to Photographer Mary Carol Fitzgerald and her team! We had to call a few audibles during the process. She was super professional, kind, and patient through it all.
You can view her awesome work at: http://www.marycarolfitzgerald.com/
Much love to my family! I have a support team like no other in this world. They are a crucial part of the reason I am in a solid position.
The actual shoot was a lot of fun. I put a few of the photos in the “Training Gallery”. Click the tab and check them out. They are CRAZY!!! I will post more soon!
I have more ideas and will definitely do another photoshoot in the near future.
Thank you for reading! Your support is never unappreciated!
I am starting indoor group training sessions on Sunday 5/21/17.
If you are or have ever wanted to train with me, this is the perfect opportunity!
These will be small group sessions. You will have my undivided attention as I challenge you in ways you probably have never been challenged.
Expect lots of positive energy and hard work!
If interested, email me at:
email@example.com OR click the “Contact” tab and drop me a message.
I appreciate the love
Stretching is VERY important to the overall health of your body. Having flexible muscles helps keep them injury free, strong, and able to perform at a high level.
While it is ideal to stretch daily, Taking 10-15 minutes 2-3 days per week will do you some noticeable good!
Check out the video above for a few basic stretches that I do daily to increase flexibility for a stronger, healthier body.
Stretch in the morning, before bed, pre-workout, post-workout, or throughout the day. Hold each position for 15-20 seconds and do not forget to BREATHE.
I hope this helps someone, somewhere
Hit me up with any questions!