There’s so much we can learn from the world of martial arts about the psychology of self-defense, from posture and communication, to fear and humility.
Maybe a client cancels at the last minute, a friend doesn’t respond to your text, or your coworker checks her phone when you’re speaking. Situations like this can lead us to take things personally, but what if we could put our energy toward something ...
In this episode, host Angie Miller is joined by Kelsey Wells, NASM CPT, and Fitness Influencer, for a forthright, thought-provoking conversation on women’s health and wellness.
Society is filled with uncertainties as we continue to adjust to the current times. From social apprehension and stress from returning to workspaces, to uneasiness in social gatherings, we’re learning to adjust, once again, to the new normal.
Foods play a powerful role in how we feel, both inside and out. The right foods can help build a healthier brain, boost energy, increase processing speed, and function at our most efficient level. In this episode, NASM Master Instructor Angie ...
For some, sugar is a staple. They believe a little goes a long way. For others, too much is never enough.
When it comes to exercise adherence, intrinsic motivation is a game changer. It strengthens our client's commitment to exercise and personalizes it to match their needs- helping them shift the focus from the way they look to the way they feel.
Is personality fixed? Is intelligence the main driver of our success? Some might think so, but research supports that mindset has a more powerful impactful.
Everyone has self-imposed limits and faces their own mental barriers at one point or another.
Times have changed. Are you prepared to adapt with them?