Free Labor Day Weekend Workout With lululemon & Peak 20!
Lululemon athletica Soho and Peak 20 Workout invite those New Yorkers in town during Labor Day weekend to a free workout. This is a part of lululemon’s “back to class” initiative to encourage the community to get back out and sweat again after the summer. The class will begin with a 1 mile run from lululemon’s Soho location to Hudson River Park for a 20 minute workout with Peak 20 Workout creator, Natasha Linton. Afterwards, the group will run back to the lululemon athletica store. No equipment or mat required.
• Saturday September 3rd, 2011
• Time: 8am
• Starting Location: lululemon athletica Soho
New York City, NY 10013
Telephone: 212.334.8276 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested in working out with us please send a quick email to email@example.com.
About Peak 20 Workout:
Peak 20 Workout is a 20 minute total body conditioning and fat burning program designed to help you maximize your workout in the time that you have. With cutting edge exercises, it is perfect for busy people and also for those who want a change to their traditional fitness regimen. For optimal results Peak 20 Workout combines strength, cardio, core conditioning, flexibility and balance work. For more information, visit www.peak20workout.com .
HSNY Giveaway For Your Guy: FaceLube Skin Care!
Sick of having your guy dip into your moisturizer and skin care products? Yes, while they often won’t admit it, guys too want to have great looking skin (and are often a sucker for indulgent products!) FaceLube gives your guy all the nourishment and luxury of a high end beauty product, while still being “manly” and made just for him.
This week, our HSNY Giveaway is FaceLube’s high performance 3 step system which includes a Cleaner, Treatment and Protectant. This 3 piece set is valued at $245 and be a gift your guy will love. It has all he needs to have great looking skin… and it’s simple and precise – bing, bam, boom, am/pm and he’s done! All the details are below!
THIS CONTEST IS NOW OVER. Congrats Stephanie R! Your FaceLube is on the way!
GENTLEMEN START YOUR ENGINES: FACELUBE® PRODUCTS WILL HAVE YOUR SKIN ON THE FAST TRACK
Test Drive The New High Performance Men’s Skin Care Line
Even though much ado has been made about “metrosexuals” and the rise of male plastic surgery, when it comes to an everyday skin care regimen, for the most part, “men are from Mars and women are from Venus.” The average man does not want or need a pile of products to reap the benefits of a properly maintained masculine face.
FACELUBE® GERMANY: KEEP IT CLEAN, LUBRICATED AND PROTECTED
STEP 1 ANTI-AGING CLEANER (3.4 OZ) MADE IN GERMANY. MSRP $25.00
Think about the finish on your car. If you keep it free of old build-up it will look good year
after year. And when you pick the right cleaner, you won’t strip it so much that you damage the clear coat finish. You wouldn’t use a tire cleaner on your fine leather seats, think twice before using soap or all-purpose body wash all over the most delicate part of a man’s face.
This anti-aging cleaner is a powerhouse of concentrated natural organic plant derived complex and high tech manufacturing protocols. It offers deep, effective and gentle cleaning of surface oils, impurities and dirt and helps to restore perfect moisture, balance and tone and is an integral part of proper men’s grooming regimen. Free from controversial chemicals like Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
WHY IT WORKS:
A man’s face builds up dirt, grime and dead cells. The Cleaner breaks up embedded dirt, grime and thick skin debris. It soothes, nourishes, tightens and conditions. Masculine facial skin has very different needs and texture than his hair and the rest of his body parts. Common soaps strip his face of natural moisture, leaving it dry and prone to wrinkles.
HOW TO USE: 3.4 oz / 100 ml. Concentrated.
About dime size per use, twice daily am/pm. For all skin types.
STEP 2 TREATMENT (1.5 OZ): MSRP $105.00
Treatment is like a high-end synthetic fluid for your car. Think about a car just after an automatic transmission fluid exchange. The cleaner helped to loosen the dirt and grime that built-up in the torque converter, and flushed them out along with all that oxidized used fluid. Now that the transmission is clean, you’d want to top it off with fresh new fluid – the basic nutrient that keeps your transmission shifting in high gear.
The FaceLube® Treatment is a Hi-Potency Concentrated Ultra Super Luxe Caviar Complex and Natural Bio-Peptides that work to activate cell metabolism, begin repairs on past damage from environmental assaults and stress to help revitalize and firm tired skin and defend against further damage.
WHY IT WORKS: Once a man has gotten rid of the “gunk” on his face through cleansing, the face needs nutrition. The Treatment minimizes fine lines and wrinkles by helping to restore the skin’s natural balance, rebuild collagen and elasticity, repair past damage and strengthen it against further environmental and free radical assaults.
WHAT’S IN IT & WHY: DNA-Marine/Caviar Extract – Anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, revitalizing, firming and regenerating, renews skin elasticity. It’s the ultimate deep penetrating nutrient for younger looking skin.
HOW TO USE: 1.5 fl. oz / 45 ml. Highly Concentrated. About pea size per use, twice daily AM/PM. For all skin types.
STEP 3 PROTECTANT (1.5 OZ): MSRP $115.00
Think of Protectant like a high-performance additive package, or booster for your car’s engine that works in conjunction with the fresh new motor oil that went into your car after an engine flush. The FaceLube® Protectant is cutting edge anti-aging technology that minimizes wrinkles, firms, strengthens skin structure, protects collagen and elastin fibers. Moisture enriched, ultra smooth, non-oily, protects against premature aging. Healing, soothing, and nourishing.
WHY IT WORKS: The Protectant works in conjunction with Treatment. The active ingredients in the Protectant are complementary to the Treatment. The Protectant helps further strengthen the skin’s inner structure and seals in moisture.
WHAT’S IN IT & WHY: Matrixyl 3000® – Collagen production, anti-wrinkle, firms and lifts skin. Venuceane® – Deep sea extract, anti-aging, anti-oxidant, hydrating, prevents signs of photo-aging. Ocean Gold® – Natural mineral nutrient, protects collagen, firms, strengthens, anti-oxidant. Imperata Cylindrica Root Extract – Natural moisturizer promotes healing, highly hydrating, high in potassium, optimizes and reinforces collagen synthesis and moisture absorption. Caffeine – firming, detoxifying. Allantoin – Heals, protects, softens, conditions.
HOW TO USE: 1.5 fl. oz / 45 ml. Highly Concentrated. About pea size per use, twice daily AM/PM. For all skin types
FACELUBE® GERMANY products can be purchased individually or as a three step set for optimal results. FaceLube® is having a “Model Year End Sale” by offering these products at a special rate. For a limited time, men can road test the all-new 2012 FaceLube® Germany 3 step kit for $125.00 instead of the regular sticker price of $245.00. It’s like getting a BMW for the price of a Hyundai.
FaceLube® uses natural ingredients in its formulations. FaceLube’s primary focus is anti-aging. They combine natural ingredients such as super botanicals (fruits and plants that have strong anti-aging properties) and the latest science-based anti-aging active ingredients to achieve sustainable results. FaceLube® uses natural alternatives to controversial chemicals like oxybenzone and sulfates. They do not test their products on animals.
For more information on the whole FaceLube line go to www.facelube.com.
5 Steps To De Stress
The numerous demands and expectations of our everyday lives can leave many of us feeling overwhelmed and “stressed out”. While this may not seem like such a big deal, the truth is, stress can take a serious toll on your health. Stressful emotions trigger the release of harmful chemicals like cortisol that can wreak havoc on nearly every aspect of our well-being. A study done by Carnegie Mellon University found that stress contributes to a range of diseases including heart disease and depression. Stress has been found to not only increase the likelihood of illness, but also death from illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. Stress has been linked to obesity, hair loss, ulcers, diabetes and infertility.
The good news is there are ways to effectively manage your stress , or de-stress, which are easy to implement!
5 Quick and Easy Ways to De-Stress
1. Don’t rely on caffeine to keep you going. Excess coffee overloads your liver, dehydrates you and increases your risk of dips in energy. Enjoy your morning cup and switch to more hydrating and replenishing beverages in the afternoon, like coconut water or regular water. You can also try herbal coffee (teeccino brand) and herbal teas.
2. Maintain your exercise routine as best you can. When we’re busy and our body is under stress, our adrenal glands need nourishment, not added strain and stress. For example, if you’re used to exercising twice a week, I suggest sticking to your regular routine the best you can (even if you can only do 20 minutes of exercise). You will be surprised at how much more energy and positivity you’ll have at work, family events or with your daily responsibilities when you give your body what it needs and what it’s used to.
3. Make sure you eat your vegetables, especially greens. Don’t worry if there isn’t a spare moment to cook during hectic times. Blend your greens in a delicious and sweet tasting smoothie. Blending takes less time and you can blend your greens for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whole foods, especially greens, are the key to stamina and good health.
4. Don’t worry if you can’t always make a home-cooked meal. We don’t always have the time to make our own meals when things are busy, which I prefer to do. What’s the next best thing? Buy pre-washed organic salad mixes, cut-up fruit and vegetables and take out healthy options from a natural food store.
5. Meditate and calm your mind. When our minds are telling us to do more, we need to stop and take a moment (five minutes is enough) and do less, even if we have the urge to plow ahead. This can be hard for most, myself included! Meditation helps bring us more balance, so we feel much more centered and don’t get bothered by the little things. Any time we quiet our minds from the constant cycle of thinking, it is meditation!
Q & A with Gramercy Tavern’s Michael Anthony
After cultivating his craft in Paris’s best kitchens and working at New York restaurants Daniel, March and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Michael Anthony was named Executive Chef of Gramercy Tavern in 2006. Since then, the award-winning American eatery has received countless accolades and is consistently ranked as one of Manhattan’s best.
Chef Michael’s farm-to-table approach focuses on using fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. With an ever-changing menu showcasing Greenmarket produce and sustainable products, Michael’s simple, straightforward cuisine inspires a connection between diners and their food.
More than just a chef, he is a devoted educator, father, philanthropist and active member of the community. Whether participating in charitable events, visiting farms with his staff or teaching elementary school children in his kitchen, Michael’s passion extends far beyond the plate.
As Executive Chef of Gramercy Tavern, you focus on using sustainable and local ingredients. Why is this philosophy so important to you?
Sourcing foods locally, for me, is the most distinctive way that we can tell our story. New York City is the most stimulating dining city in the world and we have the benefit of working with chefs and embracing ideas from all over. However, the best way to tell our story is through the ingredients that are here locally. Eating in New York is different than eating in any other city.
There are many benefits in supporting the local community and establishing one-on-one relationships with the people that grow our food. When a guest tells me how much they loved the swiss chard, I can tell the grower specifically why people love it. When someone asks about the grass-fed beef, I can give them an informed answer about what the animal was eating. Not everyone wants to know those details, but it certainly makes for an interesting story. Diners want to feel more connected and want their dining experience to be valuable—and value, these days, not only means being delicious, but also healthy and smart.
Now that Spring has finally bloomed here in NYC, what types of seasonal flavors can we see make an appearance on the menu?
Well, two weeks ago was the first day that asparagus showed up at the Union Square Greenmarket in enough quantity that restaurants could actually buy it by the case. It was almost like it was opening day at Citi Field! Right now, we have four asparagus dishes on the menu, but that will change as other seasonal ingredients come to our markets. Certain ingredients explode during certain times of the year, so why wouldn’t our menu explode with those ingredients as well?
We’ve also reached out to a couple area producers to buy small quantities of some special, hard-to-find things that they come across while foraging. We’ve been able to get some great wild ginger, toothwort and other ingredients that you typically won’t find at the markets.
When you find these ingredients, are there certain methods that you use when conceiving a new dish?
Dishes are inspired by the new ingredient. We want to keep it simple enough that it’s memorable and layer it so that it has an echoing effect through the dish—meaning handle it in a couple different ways on a single dish. Avoid over manipulating the ingredient. The flavor combos, techniques and plating have to create intrigue, a lovable quality. We want guests to experience something they have never experienced before.
I know you’re a father to three young daughters. Has having children influenced your mindset as far as the causes and charities you support?
It’s definitely instigated me to push things further. The principals that we use at the restaurant ignite the way I eat at home, and when it comes to little kids, every bite matters even more.
Over the last hundred years, we’ve grown further away from our culinary and agricultural history for convenience and modernization. I’m not saying that you have to go back in time and adapt an old-fashioned lifestyle—I love living in fast-paced Manhattan, I don’t want to slow down—but I do want to preserve the right to eat a wide variety of healthy, delicious and nutritious foods. Since I do this for a living, I’ve learned a lot of tricks along the way that I use at home and at the restaurant.
Can you tell me a little bit about your ongoing efforts in educating public school kids?
One of the most important roles of a restaurant in the community is that of an educator. We have a responsibility of sharing our enthusiasm and knowledge with those who are eager to learn. Not bombarding kids with propaganda, but giving them the tools to make healthy choices and to understand the fun and weird things that happen around food. We partnered with an elementary school 5 years ago and we schedule 18-20 days a year to teach the children, whether it be a class at the school, in our kitchen or at the green market. Most importantly, we want to create a vocabulary with the kids to find their likes and dislikes. If you make them a part of the process, they’re more likely to give it a taste.
I understand you’ll be in Toledo next week participating in their Taste of the Nation event and are an avid supporter of Share Our Strength. What about this organization moves you to get involved?
Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation represents a long running tradition with our company and the charitable organization. It’s a huge fundraiser for them, but it’s a culmination of a lot of symbiotic initiatives between Danny Meyer and Billy Shore. It’s done a lot to transform the neighborhood in which Danny’s businesses operate and also the landscape of the way people eat. Share Our Strength’s mission statement is to end childhood hunger and this is a major part in helping make that happen.
We love doing the large scale events, but some of the smaller ones, like Just Food’s Let Us Eat Local and Brooklyn Uncorked, are dynamite events as well! Especially with a company like Clean Plates, where you’re talking about a specific type of restaurant—these restaurants are very idealistic. I love being involved with these events, it’s a really cool thing.
Note: Pastry chef Nancy Olsen will be representing Gramercy Tavern during NYC’s Taste of the Nation on May 23rd. To purchase tickets, please visit www.newyorktaste.org.
Is there anything else on the horizon that you’d like to share?
Well, I do have some exciting news to share. It may be a little premature and it’s just right out of the gates, but we will be coming out with the story of Gramercy Tavern as a cookbook. It’s years away from publication, but it will become a big part of our lives here at the restaurant. This is a beloved place for a lot of people and I think that it’s a story that has yet to be told. I think people will be really excited to learn more about the history of the restaurant and to see, hear and feel how we’re pushing its evolution along.
Photo credit: Ellen Silverman
By Megan Murphy of www.cleanplates.com
This Weekend: Summer Streets 2011
If you haven’t experienced it yet, make sure to break out the rollerblades, bike, or sneakers this weekend and check out Summer Streets 2011! For the fourth year in the row the city is temporarily closing Park Avenue and connecting streets from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park to motor vehicles and opening it up to city folk to get out and have some fun!
This Saturday is your last chance this summer to rule the road so make sure you check it out. Not only are the roads all yours, but there are a variety of activities and fun along the route to stop and check out. Take a look at one of my Summer Streets experiences last year. I threw on my rollerblades and decided to pull out my Blackberry and take a video so that I could take you all along for the ride. Excuse the amateur shooter (aka me) and abrupt ending (I got a call!) :)
A Spiritual Diet
Confession time: I just ate a grilled steak and cheese sandwich for lunch, followed by carrot cake. OK, so I shared the carrot cake with a friend. And beta-Carotene, even when processed into bits, counts for something. Right?
Twenty guilty minutes later, I find myself cozying up to the book “A Course in Weight Loss” by Marianne Williamson at Barnes & Noble — all the while secretly hoping the first chapter would read “cheesy meat, butter and cake fat are your friends!”
Not quite. Marianne Williamson is one of the first self-help spiritual authors who made it mainstream with her best-selling, loved-by-Oprah book “A Return to Love” — basically the CliffsNotes version of “A Course in Miracles.” I read “A Return to Love” two summers ago, when I was hopelessly single and sharing a Hamptons house mostly filled with somewhat anxious, 30-something bachelorettes. It was my beach bible and helped me find an inner calm, especially when the ovary freezing conversations came up at breakfast.
Now Williamson tackles weight loss in her latest book, which not surprisingly also has been embraced by Oprah, a woman who has seen numbers large and small on her own scale. The book doesn’t pitch a specific diet or share nutritional techniques. Rather, it encourages its readers to love their inner selves and allow their outer selves to take shape automatically. It sounds much easier than Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig to me.
“Neither poor diet nor lack of exercise are the cause of your excess weight,” Williamson writes. “Mind is the cause; body is effect. The cause of your excess weight is in your mind. The cause of your excess weight is fear, which is a place in your mind where love is blocked… The purpose of this course is to root out your fear, and to replace it with an inestimable love… Only the power of love can overcome the power of hate, and make no mistake about it: your unhealthy eating is an act of self-hate.”
Williamson offers 22 spiritual lessons for addressing your weight forever in this book. One of her lessons teaches you to love the not-thin you — she even suggests you write her a letter. Because she won’t go away until she is listened to. (Oh, snap!)
And since she is known for giving amazing, thought-provoking and inspiring lectures, I was excited to have the chance to see her speak at the B&N this past week. An attractive, petite little thing, this spiritual way to diet clearly works for her. She’s soft-spoken, but her words are powerful and moving. When I got home, I took out my carrot sticks started writing my letter.
“Feel free to continue eating cheesy meat and cake,” I wrote my less-than-perfectly-thin self. “Just make sure it’s food that you’re really hungry for, okay? And pay attention to what you pull out of the freezer — strangely, it might look and feel like ovaries.”
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Check out Ilana’s blog, Downtown Dharma for more zen tips in the big city.
Healthy Snacks For Summer (Plus Some Gluten-Free Favorites!)
Warm weather + fun in the sun = summer! Summer is such a wonderful time of year. We spend more time outdoors, the days are longer, school is out and we tend to feel more relaxed. We also indulge in more picnics, snack times and other potential pitfalls to nutritious eating.
There’s no denying that everyone, at one time or another, has had a snack attack. If you are like me, you probably enjoy snacks. Let me take it one step further and say I enjoy snacks daily. In my opinion, the key to a healthy lifestyle does include snacks. As a certified health and wellness coach it is my job to educate clients on exactly what constitutes a healthy snack. The 5 essential things to keep in mind for a healthy snack are:
1) Whole grains
4) Low amount of added sugar (fruit is a great choice)
5) Healthy fat
The combination of fiber, protein, healthy fats and whole grains (complex carbohydrates) will fill you up longer and as a bonus add essential nutrients.
Many convenient snack foods are highly processed and full of chemicals, additives, unhealthy fats and refined sugars. Selecting healthy snacks is extremely doable. Think apple with peanut or almond butter for a crunchy treat, trail mix for a sweet treat or even plain yogurt with agave for something creamy.
Going Gluten Free?
What about healthy snacks if you are gluten-free? This is actually easier to do than you think. Many of us, myself included, follow a gluten-free lifestyle whether by choice or for health reasons.
So what exactly is gluten? Gluten is a protein commonly found in wheat (einkorn, durum, faro, graham, kamut, semolina, spelt) rye, barley and triticale. Once you know what to avoid, finding healthy products and snacks can be really easy. Some of my favorite snacks are:
• Mary’s Gone Crackers with hummus
• Raw nuts or trail mix
• Food Should Taste Good Multigrain chips
• Good Health Half-Naked popcorn
• Cut-up vegetables (peppers, cucumbers, carrots) with hummus
• Celery with almond or peanut butter and raisins on top (ants on a log)
• Larabars or Kind bars (without yogurt coating)
• Piece of fruit (apples and bananas are very portable) or frozen grapes
For those of you who are not gluten-free, I should mention that you will probably enjoy the suggested snack choices as well. Having these snacks readily available at the beach or pool will prevent you from seeking “unhealthy alternatives” to satisfy your families hunger. Snacking is enjoyable and there is a wide variety of healthful goodies for whatever you’re craving, be it sweet, crunchy, salty, creamy or spicy. Go ahead and be creative. Here’s to healthy snacking!
Mouthwatering Reading: Delicious Books To Enjoy This Weekend
What a better way to spend part of a sunny weekend than with a couple of good books. After a couple of hectic weeks of work and travel, I’m looking forward to sitting down and flipping through the gorgeous, inspiring pages of two new cookbooks…blogger and food photographer Heidi Swanson’s Super Natural Every Day and farm-to-plate chef Andrea Reusing’s Cooking in the Moment: A Year of Seasonal Recipes. An interesting mix of healthful ingredients pop on the pages of Swanson’s second book, it’s a great pick if you’re looking to expand your pantry’s repertoire of grains and produce and wholesome alternatives for bake goods. Reusing’s book is set up by season and is full of approachable, excitable recipes. Both are great additions to any bookshelf, particularly if you’re looking to up the health ante of your meals given that beach season’s just around the corner. Here’s to relaxing weekend of delectable reading!
Sun Protection Tips for Sun Kissed Locks
Everyone loves having fun in the summer, but those sizzling rays can do a number on your hair. Brian Zinno, Education Director at Antonio Prieto Salon, gives you tips on how to keep you tresses shiny and rich all season.
PROTECT: Basking on the beach isn’t the only time sun can affect color treated hair color. Walking outside in the city or park can also fade vibrant and rich hues so UV protection is always essential. Brian suggests products such as Aqua Seal from Kerastase, that contain not only UV protection but are water-proof and retain moisture.
PREVENT: Prevent hair from drying out in the sun and ocean water by applying a cream leave-in conditioner before swimming. It will also help protect blonde shades from chlorine and getting a green hue.
NOURISH: After being in the sun all day hair needs to be nourished and repaired. To bring back its shine and softness Brian recommends Elixir Ultime by Kerastase. Use as a pre-shampoo treatment to remove impurities, add shine, nourish and repair.
Top Photo: Flickr
The Why’s Of Weight Gain
Why are the numbers on your scale climbing?
That is a valid and often frustrating question. And the answer isn’t always sweet and simple.
“Any change in your life circumstances can produce changes in eating and exercise, which leads to weight gain,” stated Edward Abramson, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology at California State University, author of Emotional Eating.
So why has your weight increased? And, more importantly, what can you do about it?
1. Life’s Fat Traps
A little addressed fact about weight gain is that everyone gains weight for different reasons. So often we hear about one-size-fits-all weight loss solutions that take little or no consideration of how the extra weight piled up in the first place. To experience true weight loss it is important to understand why you gained it in the first place.
Think back to the time in your life when your weight was just right. Were you in your teens? Your twenties? Or maybe your thirties? Picture yourself as you were at your ideal weight. Now when did things change? Was it a gradual addition of pounds that accumulated over a span of multiple years? Or did you gain it all at once? Check out the following weight gain triggers and determine which one is responsible for your plight.
- College: The college years are some of the easiest for gaining weight. In fact, a recent study by Cornell University found that on average, college freshman gain about 0.5 pounds a week – almost 11 times more than the average weight gain among 17-and 18-year olds and almost 20 times more than the average weight gain among American adults.
- Marriage: There’s nothing like holy matrimony to encourage a barrage of calories to overtake your diet. Late night comfort snacks are always more enjoyable when you have someone to share them with—and who better than the person who pledged to stick by your side through sickness or health?
- Pregnancy: Talk about a great time to gain weight! And we’re not just talking about women here—most men admit that they gained ‘sympathy’ pounds right along with their wife. Hormonal changes along with strong encouragement from everyone you know to indulge in anything their heart desires leave most pregnant women with a feeling of entitlement when it comes to food.
- Career: Though you may not realize it, your career choice plays a major hand in your weight. Those who go from an active lifestyle to spending 8 hours a day behind a desk and another 2 hours commuting almost universally gain weight. Conversely, people who spend their 8 hours in constant motion find weight loss a natural byproduct of the job.
2. New Habits
Close your eyes and go back to the fat trap that triggered your weight gain. What changed in your lifestyle? To help sort things out, I’ve broken things down into two specific behavioral categories.
- Eating Habits: Did your eating pattern change at this time in your life? If your weight gain occurred in college then maybe you went from eating 3 square meals to an all-you-can-eat buffet style cafeteria. Or if marriage was your weight gain trigger, then maybe you went from eating small meals to fattening comfort food. Pregnancy brings on the perfect environment for a change in eating habits. You go from eating normally, to eating ‘for two’, to munching on your baby’s snacks right along with him! Your job can also dictate your eating schedule. Long hours and early meetings may cause you to grab a donut or chips from the vending machine.
- Activity Level: The second category that leads to weight gain is your activity level. Simply put, what kind of exercise were you doing before your life changing event and how does it compare to your current exercise regime? Chances are good that you were doing more exercise before your weight gain began—which means that you are doing less exercise today! Go ahead, think back to the exercises or physical activities that you used to do and compare them to your schedule today.
3. Your Transformation
You’ve figured out which fat trap in your life led to weight gain, and then narrowed down the exact behaviors that changed as a result, so this naturally leads us to a solution.
It’s time to make a change.
Call or email today to get started on a fitness program that will make you immune to all of life’s fat traps.
Once you start working with me, those numbers on your scale will quickly change direction.
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