Well written, NEW and not idiotic

This information could save your life!!!

Or at least some of your time.  Which is an important part of your life.

I’ve been tossing around the idea of blogging for sometime now.  Insecurities about my writing skills, unoriginal content and plain just looking like idiot have been a huge road block.  Which is a shame because I ask my clients daily to make themselves do things they find new, scary and uncomfortable.  Or make them (feel like they) look like idiots.

So I tell them to practice until them become more comfortable.  That in the long run it will be worth it.

It’s time to take my own advice.

I strive to give my clients the best possible service, information, and motivation.  Not just workouts, but stretches and drills to alleviate pain, ways to sleep better, drink more water, and eat effectively to see progress.  I constantly work towards a new certifications and follow up on industry leaders in physical therapy, strength and conditioning, mobility, nutrition and even productivity.  I understand that I have this luxury of spending multiple hours a week on studying because this is my career.

There is a TON of information out there, and I have the time and ability to weed through vastly helpful to the fluff and even the junk.  My goal is to give you the spark notes version of the good stuff.  So you know, you can actually focus on your own career /life and still be wildly strong and healthy.

If you have any questions about exercises, programs, weight loss, muscle gainz, nutrition or supplements, send them to me and I will scour my resources for answers with a heaping side of my own opinions






One thought on “Well written, NEW and not idiotic

  1. Hey Meg!
    First of all, it’s great that you’re doing this!

    I’d be really interested in knowing more about naturally occurring vs. added sugars in food.

    It’s difficult these days to go grocery shopping without added sugars sabotaging your diet. (Greek yogurt, condiments, dried fruit, juices for example). I’ve been trying to cut down on consuming food that is flavored or processed, but I find it still difficult to keep my sugar intake to under 45 grams per day because I eat a lot of fruit…. So a few questions arise:

    What is the recommended daily intake of sugar (in grams)?
    Is it healthy to consume more sugar than the recommended amount when the majority of them are naturally occurring? (Such as in fruit)
    What are the effects of added sugar on your body?

    Thanks for any advice!


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