Posts Categorized: Radio Show Notes

How to Host a Food Swap

A great idea for established clubs or groups or for like-minded people to help keep them accountable with their nutrition. Buy the fixings for a month (or less) of meals or it could be done every two weeks and this would set up each person for dinners, lunches and breakfast, so they can keep each… Read more »

Dayna Deters- Changing Your Mindset

Here is another blog post from the radio station AM 1240 WJON . This is an oldie but a goodie, this one  is dated back in February but I think it is a good one to share. You can always listen every Wednesday at 11:40am on AM 1240 WJON. Dayna Deters-Change Your Mindset

Determined to Stay Fit during Travel

With Spring break coming up and people are taking fun trips with family and friends I thought it would be a good idea to share some of my tips to stay fit while traveling. There’s a boatload of reasons traveling sabotages even the most disciplined person’s eating and fitness habits. Your schedule is disrupted. You’re… Read more »

Changing Your Mindset to Change Your Life

February is a tough month because we have Old Man Winter here, and this year seems to be at its worst! So that means we need to put our positive reinforcements to work.  When it comes to positive self-talk it really needs to be done on a daily, hourly, and minute basis. It takes a… Read more »

Accountabilty + Motivation + Determination

In this blog, we’ll talk about keeping that drive and motivation through not only January but the whole year.  We are talking about creating good habits with healthy eating, exercise, and healthy mentality that goes along with it. Every habit has 3 components, known as the “habit loop:” First, there’s a cue which triggers the… Read more »

Fitness and Nutrition Tips for a Busy Parent

I have noticed as a parent and training fellow parents that there are some extra tips that can help or stall weight-loss, fat-loss, or health goals. As a mom, there is always extra food around the house and sometimes I feel that I eat more just because it is there. My child eats half of… Read more »