Tag Archives: fitness

  1. Self Aware People Are Not The Challenge

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    October 9, 2015 by Darlene McC

    If we’re real with ourselves, most people who come to us aren’t “fit people getting fitter” ~ they’re moderate to low on the knowledge scale and possibly even lower on the motivation scale. They want the results; but they’re often scared, confused, and sometimes really unaware of how their own behavior and pre-conceptions are holding them back.

    The difference between a trainer and a high quality coach is how well they can take someone new to fitness who is struggling and support them through to success.

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  2. The (Fitness) Journey Never Ends – it just changes

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    October 2, 2015 by Darlene McC

    I love my job. I love my team…. But 2 years of management has destroyed my body…2 years of devolving into who we think of as “our clients” (sedentary, bad diet, sore back, looooong stints at the computer, high stress) has taught me just as much as recovery from illness did. And the the old adage “you don’t use it you lose it” has been deeply driven home.

    Fitness isn’t a destination, just like life isn’t. It’s a process, and that’s what’s great about it. As our priorities shift and evolve, our bodies (and, in turn, minds) will as well. I’m at the crossroads where I’ve grown into my job enough that I can shift at least part of my priority back to myself and my wellness.

  3. Physical Strength is Feminist

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    September 11, 2015 by Darlene McC

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    If feminist is about equal expectation for everyone and women not being afraid or thought of as ‘less than’ or ‘other’, and if you can train to improve strength, isn’t strength training in itself an expression of feminism? If your goal is true independence and a life without fear, the ability to move and own your body confidently in a space is one vehicle to get there.

  4. Running Revelation

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    May 26, 2014 by Darlene McC

    I’ve always preferred running outdoors. Β As I was learning to become a trainer one of my mentors broke down the …
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  5. #100TrainingDays: Week 2 – Making Time & Eating Everything

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    May 26, 2014 by Darlene McC

    A quick review: 2 months ago I started an awesome/crazy job as a managerΒ in one of Equinox’s premiere locations in …
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  6. 100 Training Days – Day 1

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    May 12, 2014 by Darlene McC

    Day 1 of #100trainingdays started for me with a ViPR workout focused on mobilization. While it’s only 6 kilo, the …
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  7. #100TrainingDays

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    May 11, 2014 by Darlene McC

    2 years and 5 months ago I became a Personal Trainer at one of the premier fitness companies in the …
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When the Universe gives you what you needed, say "Thank You!" . . 2018 was a really challenging year. Personally. Professionally. Spiritually. One of the most important things I learned along the way was to stop questioning when I get what I need. Instead I express gratitude! . . Time and again I'd be presented with exactly the growth opportunity or essential thing I NEEDED to survive...and I'd question it! I'd doubt if it was the right choice or if I could pull it off πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ - until it became so obvious that my doubts were foolish. I was right where I needed to be. . . For #transfomationtuesday share in the comments some gratitude for times you were given exactly what you needed! πŸ’“πŸ’“ . . #dropthedoubt #motivation #anothergrowthopportunity #growandchange #gratitude #universalguidance #modernspirituality #thankyou #saythankyou
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Rest in peace, teacher of us all. πŸ™πŸ’—πŸ™ #Repost @luna_alignment_yoga ・・・ Geeta S. Iyengar passed away early this morning. 16/12/18. πŸ™πŸ» She was the eldest daughter of BKS Iyengar and an authority in yoga. She mastered the art of yoga at a very young age by observing her father in practice. She started teaching in 1962. πŸ™πŸ» Geeta is the author of the book Yoga: A Gem for Women. In which she shed a new light on yoga by adapting the yoga practice to answer the needs of women. πŸ™πŸ» She will remain a source of immense knowledge and everlasting inspiration. πŸ™πŸ»
Thank you to everyone who helped make yesterday a truly magical birthday. I'm so fortunate to know I am loved, supported, and truly blessed. . . . 2018 was a huge year of challenges and growth, like nothing I've experienced before. I'm ready for you, 2019. Smarter, faster, and stronger than ever before. Let's see what we can accomplish. . . . #happybirthdaytome #ihaveamazingfriends #thankful