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Confessions From a Personal Trainer: I ate pancakes, eggs, coffee and went to a movie instead of a big work out day

By Lindsey Heiserman / May 12, 2016

True Confession Tuesday: Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: This past weekend was planned to be a big work out weekend training for World’s Toughest Mudder. Work outs would be Friday night, a ton of them on Saturday, and finish on Sunday. Instead I ended up out to breakfast eating pancakes, eggs, and coffee and going…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: What I learned from Prince

By Lindsey Heiserman / May 5, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: I’m too young to fully appreciate Prince. And I’m quite sad about it. The day the news broke about Prince I watched on my Facebook feed as people were devastated!! I mean – truly devastated. To the point where I didn’t really understand it and it was starting to…

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The 3 P’s – Pink Drink, Probiotics, and Plexus

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 28, 2016

I didn’t want to believe. I am a skeptic at heart – especially when it comes to supplements. Plus – that pink drink is called “Slim.” UGH. But I had really run out of reasons to be skeptical and I was feeling so sluggish and not right in my body. Since World’s Toughest Mudder back…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: I HATE this hill

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 26, 2016

Confession: I HATE, yes HATE this hill. This hill makes me feel like I have never ran a moment in my life. This hill makes me want to puke. This hill makes me want to give up all things fitness. This hill makes me feel like the worst most unfit human. This hill takes every…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: I’m not very fond of baseball

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 19, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: As much as I love sports and being active, I’m not particularly fond of the sport of baseball. However, baseball is a lot like life.  You have to be in it for the long haul. ( I believe a baseball game should really end at the 7th inning stretch…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: I thought my dog would live forever

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 12, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: I thought my dog would live forever. Turns out I was wrong. Rio was my soulmate. Truly. I wrote about her in my confession “I was never going to have a dog”  What they say is true – dogs really come into your life when you need them the most.…

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Happy One Year Anniversary To Me – The Top 10 Things I Learned

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 31, 2016

Can you believe it? I can’t believe it. It seems like yesterday I made the decision to leave my job of 9 years and venture out on my own. And deep inside me – I knew it was the right decision. Turns out – it was. I wouldn’t be here without YOU, so thank you…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: I have been on a nude beach…more than once

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 29, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: I have been nude on a nude beach. More than once. Have you ever been on a nude beach? Wearing clothes? Or completely naked?   This is not exactly something I purposefully insert into my travel plans but……. When I went to Toronto a few years back we took a…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: Your butt jiggles …. a lot

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 22, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: I was told by an 8 year old “Your butt jiggles really weird when you walk….like….A lot.” AND THEN HE PROCEEDED TO DEMONSTRATE THE JIGGLE After I picked my jaw off the floor, I told him it was not polite to comment on any woman’s butt.I laughed but then…

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Confessions from a Personal Trainer: Am I fit enough to be a personal trainer?

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 16, 2016

Where every Tuesday: I confess. Confession: Before I started personal training, I thought “Am I fit enough to be a trainer?” And sometimes I still do. I started my job two days after I graduated from college. I was ready. I was brimming with eagerness to start the job and get clients. Until the self…

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