Congratulations Maree Cheatham!
We’d like to congratulate our client, Maree Cheatham on her upcoming role as Bettie Breeland in Hart of Dixie!
You can see her on the show when Hart of Dixie returns to television October 7 on the CW Network.
Here’s more about Maree’s latest role from E Online and Day Time Confidential.
Nickelodeon’s Sam and Cat
What’s so bad about The Biggest Loser?
As a fitness trainer with many years in the industry truly helping people get fit and into shape, shows like The Biggest Loser really irk me. I dislike the way the trainers work out their clients and how they disregard good form in place of thrashing their victims (sorry, [...]
How Many Regular People Play Sports?
How many people do you know who engage in a favorite sport? Most people do it to have fun, some do it to stay in shape and a few are really serious about their sport. Just because you’re not a pro athlete doesn’t mean you don’t take your sport seriously. [...]
Rudi has been doing personal training since the eighties, well before it was mainstream. He worked in Sydney, Australia for many years and, more recently, has been based in the La Crescenta area of Los Angeles.
In that time he has helped hundreds of clients achieve their goals of losing weight, getting stronger, getting healthier and [...]
Why People Start Exercising
We all know the health benefits of exercise and, hopefully, you all understand that weight loss – reducing the number on the scale – is not a very good or reliable index for telling you whether you actually look good or not. By now you also know that “looking fine” is a [...]
August 28, 2012 by Tracey
Are you looking at making some changes in your life?
Ready to change your shape, increase your energy, improve your health, lose weight and start taking charge of your body?
If you’re really ready for a change, it’s worth investing in a real personal trainer who is certified [...]
Aging is inevitable – the years go by and you get older. There’s no stopping time but it is possible to redefine aging. For most of us it’s understood that aging means the body starts to decay, the hard and soft tissues gradually deteriorate and physical activity becomes more difficult to accomplish. We’ve all seen [...]
It’s pretty common knowledge that exercise is a necessary part of a healthy life. By exercise is meant anything that puts the body to work in some way, from walking and yoga to more strenuous activities like running, weights training or racquet ball. Exercise keeps your heart and lungs healthy, improves bone and muscle strength [...]
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the estimated annual medical cost of cardiovascular disease or stroke is $209.3 billion; cancer is $60.9 billion; diabetes is $92 billion; obesity is $61 billion. That’s a total of $423.2 billion! What’s more, many of these diseases can be prevented by simply exercising and eating [...]
As a trainer I get a lot of questions & comments about fitness & exercise. A recent comment intended to elicit some help came as a statement ” the hardest part to anything for me is just getting started”.
My fitness tip went as follow:
Well there are many ways to skin a cat (easy cat lovers, just [...]
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