Entries by Aubrie Haymore

10 Ways To Fail Your Diet

Are you ready to set yourself up for failure? Most of us know how to eat healthy to lose weight. In reality, none of us are looking to improve our nutrition habits anyway. Here are ten surefire ways to make sure you blow your diet. Do not have frozen fruit and vegetables on hand. This […]

7 Tips to Reach Your Goals

New Years is here! There are two types of people: those who set New Year’s resolutions and those who don’t. If you are one who likes to set goals each year but feels like you fall short with your fitness goals, these tips may help you be a little more successful starting in the new […]

8 Signs You Need a Rest Day

Exercise seems to be all or nothing. People either hardly exercise at all or are diehards who exercise day in and day out. I am a proponent of regular exercise and urge clients to exercise daily. But there are times when you may need a rest day. Recovery days should be incorporated into all workout […]

Fad Diets

Fad diets come and go. People are always willing to jump on the bandwagon for the latest and greatest craze hoping for the best results but usually only making it a couple of weeks before they give up and move back to their old habits. It can be hard to know if the benefits these diets are touting […]

How Many Calories Is In That?!

With the holidays in full swing can be difficult to stay on a healthy diet. Holiday parties every other weekend, desserts are being dropped off by the neighbors, and – if you are anything like my family and – traditional family meals are on the “not-so-healthy” list. This year instead of trying to avoid the […]


Save Money on Black Friday

Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—is advertised as one of biggest shopping days of the year. With all the hype and markdowns, it’s easy to get caught up and spend money that you were not planning on spending. Here are a few tips that may help you save money this holiday season. Decide how much you […]

How many days a week should I workout?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults need at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise each week, along with a minimum of twice-weekly strength-training sessions. Now, this may seem overwhelming, but it can be broken up into 30 minutes for five days a week, […]