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Emotions as Motivation for Your Fitness Goals

I’m not sure how to title this honestly,  but in this blog post I’m writing about why emotions are powerful tools for goal setting&reaching, and how to cultivate the feelings to fuel your journey even when you don’t feel like it. First, I want to talk about goal setting. I don’t think it’s powerful enough… Continue reading Emotions as Motivation for Your Fitness Goals

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Five Tips to Be More Confident at the Gym

The gym can be intimidating, especially the weight room and especially for females. Typically dominated by grunting individuals, who walk around with an overwhelming confidence. It can make you feel small, un-belonging, and like you’re doing everything wrong. But nothing should stop you from going there and getting a great workout. Here are my tips… Continue reading Five Tips to Be More Confident at the Gym

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Fitness Assessments

An important initial step to beginning an personal exercise program is to establish where you are. This can be done via assessment tests to measure your components of physical fitness (body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness, flexibility). The test results give you numbers that you can improve on and a way to… Continue reading Fitness Assessments

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What an Exercise Science Major Is Not

What a Exercise Science student is NOT (also: what a personal trainer can’t do) This post in inspired by the common questions I get asked and expected to know when people realize what I study in college. Honestly I’m able to answer a lot of their questions, but I’m not always the most appropriate person… Continue reading What an Exercise Science Major Is Not