Things That Slow Down Metabolism

How many times have you said, “I can’t lose weight because my metabolism is slow.” Over the past two decades, as a St. Louis personal trainer, I’ve heard that time and again from my clients and other people. How do you know if your metabolism is actually slow? Can it be fixed? And is the […]

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Jumpstart Into Fitness

    Are you new to exercise or haven’t exercised in awhile and want to get back into it?  Then take a look at this. Whether you want to get back into a regular fitness routine or look your best before a big event, this 10-day program can help jumpstart your efforts by revving up […]

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Build Mobility and Stability 

    Starting an exercise program?  Then you’ve  probably heard that developing core strength is important. Although true, your goal at the start of an exercise program should be to reestablish stability and mobility in your body, which begins at the center of mass and the core. Thus, you want to develop stabilization throughout the […]

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Exercises for Shoulder Pain

                                  What can you do to avoid shoulder damage so you can exercise regularly, enjoy daily activities, and reach your health and fitness potential? Start by learning about common shoulder problems and reviewing a range of exercises to keep […]

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4 Ways to Help Keep the Holiday Pounds Off

Thanksgiving has come and gone which means there is now a full array of end-of-season holidays are right around the corner, promising a month or more of cheer, good will toward all … and plenty of opportunity for gorging. For every teen who gains the “freshman 5” pounds their first year of college, millions more […]

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Treadmill Workouts

Treadmill group classes are popping up all over the country. Boutique studios such as New York-based The Mile High Run Club, Barry’s Bootcamp (BBC) in San Diego, California and Treading with Maurie Cofman, CMES, CES, TBMM-CES, Personal Trainer, Certified Medical Exercise Specialist, Health Coach and Corrective Exercise Specialist in the St. Louis, Brentwood, and Clayton, […]

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Exercise for Boomers

Are you a baby boomer (that age between 53 and 71 years old)? I know I am! So, you want to enjoy the second half of your life actively, comfortably and energetically?  But years of sitting and driving may have produced forward-head misalignment, rounded shoulders, hunched posture, and an overstretched or weak back. Certain types […]

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IMPROVE YOUR SPORTS

Would you like to improve your hip/leg and trunk rotation to improve your sport of choice?  Then start by warming up the soft tissues of your body by using a foam roller or massage ball (like a tennis ball) on all the major muscles around the shoulder girdle and in the legs, hips, buttocks and […]

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Anytime, Anywhere Workout

What’s the most common reason people give for not exercising? Lack of time! But did you know that physical activity doesn’t have to be performed in one long session? You can get many of the same benefits by squeezing in short periods of activity throughout the day. As long as you prepare your body by […]

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Stretches to “Un-desk” Your Body

How can doing NOTHING actually cause problems? The average American is inactive nearly eleven hours per day, independent of sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Despite the human body being designed as a perpetual motion machine, modern life has allocated our daytime hours to sitting in cars, on couches and in front of […]

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