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Lead Your Own Life

The first time I had to learn time management was back in my Freshman year of high school. Our classes were called 'hours', and I had 6 of them. Zero hour was softball training, 1-5 were my core classes, math, history, science, English with one elective (TV Production) & 6th hour was study hall. After school, I would have weight lifting, then commute to my travel softball practice. This might sound like a lot for a teenage schedule, however for me, it taught me 3 values that I honor through my business & personal life. Applying these three steps have helped me become more organized, productive and adaptive.  1. Set Your Priorities Think about a goal you have and why that goal...

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Finding Your Personal Power

We all want to be around people who make us feel powerful. But, the truth is, authentic power does not come from external sources, authentic power is founded from within. I invite you today, to join me as we venture on a beautiful journey to find your personal peace and genuine power. Let's Begin:) Facilitate your release of any negative or limiting thoughts that no longer serve you. Its time to let go of whatever it is that may be holding you back. To begin this trans-formative journey, please find a comfortable space to lie. Wherever you find yourself, straighten your spine, allow your shoulders to draw away from your ears and share your heart with the world. Take a moment to bring...

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3 Exercises to Build a Strong Core

From the minute you wake up in the morning, until you lay down to go to sleep at night; there is not one moment you are not using your core. Our core muscles are used to move, balance and breathe. Our core begins below the neck and all the way down to the pelvis. Having a strong core will improve your posture. Strengthening your abs will let you stand taller, taking pressure away from your heart and allowing you to breathe properly. Here are my top 3 exercises that will not only strengthen, but bulletproof your core and prevent any back injuries from occurring. 1. Push-Ups   Push-Ups are known for strengthening the upper body, but when done correctly they light up...

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3 Benefits of Trigger Point Therapy

I started using trigger point therapy, when I began squatting heavy. I would get tight in my glutes and hips. I would use the foam roller, but the surface was not hard enough to release the knots I would have. The benefits of using a lacrosse ball or Radroller ball are endless, especially because they are inexpensive and the treatment can be done at your own pace. Here are three benefits I have found about my body since beginning my trigger point therapy. 1. Increase Range of Motion Self-Myofascial Release, also known as SMR, is a trigger point technique used to release muscle tension. SMR can be an intense treatment, depending on how tight your knot may be. During the...

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3 Bodyweight Movements You Should Do Daily

Movement is medicine! Movement gives our bodies attention, freedom and care. When we move our bodies, not only are we training our joints to get stronger, but we are giving our muscles a chance to breathe. Here are three movements you can perform from anywhere at anytime. I recommend moving your body 10-15 min in the morning, afternoon and in the evening to prevent any stiffness or tightness from happening. 1. Squat Squats are an amazing movement to perform because we already perform them daily; sitting in a chair or reaching for something on the floor. When we squat, we activate our core and hip muscles. Our core muscles are what we use to bend, rotate or stand. When our...

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