Photo by theformfitness on Pexels.com I recently took up a near-daily practice of meditating and, boy, does it make a difference. Tuning everything out for a few moments flips the reset and helps me be more calm throughout the day. Less things bother me or worry me, and I respond better to those stressors. I … Continue reading Mindful Monday: Meditation to Boost Your Wellbeing
If you would like the extended version of this post, head over to Medium and read this for free! One of the questions that is on our lifestyle evaluation at Gold's is "Do you think a regular fitness routine will benefit your job?" Over 75% of the people that I have done consultations with answered … Continue reading For Grads and Professionals: Your Health and Fitness Benefits Your Career!
Woo Hoo! We're finally in Spring! The weather has been beautiful here in Harrisburg. The Harrisburg Senators kicked off their season last week (I have a soft spot for baseball thanks to Little League), the grass is turning green again, and I can hear the birds in the morning. I've been appreciating the sunshine more, … Continue reading Gym Alternatives: When it’s too Nice Outside or You just Don’t Wanna
Ahh accessory work, or, as I like to call it, bitch work. The seemingly useless or downright gross movements that the coach or trainer prescribes in your workout that you scratch your head and think, "Why do I have to do this?" I thought the same thing because the coach never explained its purpose and … Continue reading Accessory Work? Again, Coach?
An excuse I hear all the time from people that tell me they want to eat better is "eating healthy is so expensive and I can't afford it". Okay, what? My fridge is stocked with blueberries, avocados, strawberries, meat, yogurt, and a few extra snacks on $50 per week. I promise, you can afford to … Continue reading Eating Healthy is SOO EXPENSIVE: 7 Ways to Eat without Breaking the Bank
So, I recently took a trip to Charlotte, North Carolina to see a dear friend who inspires me and has been in the fitness industry for over 12 years. I came back feeling REALLY motivated to get my Personal Training Certification and truly begin my career transition to the health and fitness world. I've suffered … Continue reading Goal Setting Yourself Up for Success
Hi everyone! Eat, Lift, Wander is definitely a work in progress and a passion of mine. I've always wanted to run a blog and wellness has always been my passion and something I've remained educated about for a long time. I know, however, there are so many fitness blogs out there sporting the newest workout for … Continue reading Why I’m Blogging (Again)