Category: Blog

The Case For And Against Your Minimum Effective Dose

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had to completely change the way I train. The decision was based on the fact that as my business continues to grow at RevFit, my available time to get in my own workout diminishes. I’m not the type who can work out simply for the sake of moving […]

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Are You Diet Hopping Your Way To Nowhere?

Working with both online and face-to-face clients, I’ve learned a painful lesson: Most people can’t follow a diet plan. Let me clarify that statement. It’s not that they are physically unable to do so. And it’s definitely not because they’re ignorant, lazy or have broken metabolism. I have the honor of working with some of […]

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Four Words Killing Your Progress: “When I Was Younger…”

If there’s any statement I hear clients lament over, it’s said equally with regard to dieting as it is with general exercise: “When I was younger…” I have found this to be one of the most damaging statements you can dwell on if you actually want to get something accomplished. I’ll start with exercise. While […]

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The Gratitude Experiment

I don’t know how I stumbled on the notion to do this but if you’ve been following my posts on Facebook over the last several weeks, you may already be aware. I’ve utilized bouts of writing a daily gratitude journal in the past and while I did find it useful, I got away from it […]

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Revolutionary You! #135-Dr. Susan Kleiner: An Evolution In Power Eating

I have the great honor of sharing time with internationally celebrated dietitian, Dr. Susan Kleiner. This is the first in a two-part conversation discussing advancements in the nutrition industry which have led to her newest edition of her book “Power Eating” called “The New Power Eating.” In this episode we talk about her journey into […]

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A Year In The Life Of The “Biscuit”

Sebastian turns a year old this week (August 3.) Both Marissa and I have no idea where this past year went. And every parent shares the same belief: Time flies. Early on, I started calling him “Peanut” and Marissa said “I think he looks like a Biscuit.” Well, you didn’t have to tell this Southern […]

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