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Common Dieting Pitfalls

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Every year people start the new year with the resolution to lose weight and get in shape. However, without careful thought and planning you may be heading down the wrong path. You may have changed your diet but are you paying attention to what’s really going into your mouth? Steps for Successful Dieting The most […]

5 Ways To Fat Proof Your Home

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

That’s right! Your home needs to go on a diet. I’ve seen it too many times: your environment could one of the biggest saboteurs in your new healthy living and exercising lifestyle. We bump against all kinds of temptations every day and changing our living space to reflect our new lifestyle is essential. Leading behavioral […]

Strong Is The New Skinny

Monday, October 10th, 2016

We’ve heard this phrase gaining momentum for a while now but it was the singer Pink who shot back at her critics who said that she gained weight with a tweet declaring that she felt beautiful and strong. That’s right. Strong. Forget skinny. That is so yesterday. Strong is what you want. It’s so much […]

4 Myths People Believe About Weight Loss

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

Losing weight is like any other endeavor in life—if you put in the hard work, you’ll see the results. Why then are so many people confused about what it actually takes to lose weight and keep it off? Let’s look at some common myths people believe about weight loss that are actually detrimental to building […]

Over 50? Anti Aging Fitness

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Let’s face it, no one wants to get old and most people really don’t like thinking about slowing down and losing strength and vitality. But it happens. We don’t generally have control over how it happens or when, but we can certainly do our best to slow down the aging process and stay fit and […]

12 Year Old With Rare Condition On The Road To Weight Loss

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

After the removal of a benign brain tumor, young Alexis Shapiro’s life began spiraling out of control. The surgery caused a series of chain reactions in her brain, ultimately resulting in damage to the part of her brain which controls appetite. This lead her body to believe she was constantly in starvation mode, and storing any calories […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be super fattening if you don’t want it be: turkey, plain yams, some steamed veggies like green beans and salad without dressing are all on the diet. Plus you can exercise in the AM on Thanksgiving and do double cardio on friday – no reason to fall down the holiday fattening […]

Tips to Prevent Overeating During Holidays

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

We are almost here! Thanksgiving is just a a few days away, the weather will be cooler (next week we hope) and all those promises to stay lean and healthy have become a distant memory. Starbucks has all the holiday cups, the time change made days shorter; no wonder we crave heavier foods this time […]

Add More Activity for Weight Loss – Santa Monica Personal Trainer

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Everybody knows that if your body uses up more calories than it requres then you’ll lose weight. The most effective ways to achieve that goal is to transform your eating habits and exercise regularly. Such lifestyle changes require professional help, which I can provide as your Santa Monica personal trainer. Even before you consult me, […]

Seasonal Diets, Adjust Yours Accordingly

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

As the seasons change, so do our diets. Or at least they did for thousands of years. Crops grow seasonally, so our diets would change according to what fruits, vegetables and grains were available at a specific time of the year, and in a specific region. Today, there are a plethora of food choices available […]


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