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Spring Fling

Posted in Exercise, Fitness, Food, General, Health, Nutrition

Spring, yeah! If you are like me and most of the people I know, you can’t wait for the cold dark winter to end and spring to begin. Spring, the days are brighter and start to get longer and so much new life begins. The season itself is motivational.  So how about spring cleaning your pantry! If you have been thinking about the things you need to do to be healthier, there is no time like spring! I prefer going to the grocery store when I can get in and out of my car without freezing. I’m certain you don’t want to spend too much time there if it’s finally nice, but if getting healthier is your goal, you won’t need to. We already know the fresh foods can be found around the perimeter of the store so that should cut your shopping time down so you can spend some time taking a walk out of doors. Make a list of the things you really need to have to keep the refrigerator stocked with quick and easy meals and snacks. Fruits and vegetables, salad supplies, lean organic meat is a great choice, real butter. Buy some free range organic eggs, hard boil some for days when you know you will be in a hurry. Brown rice, sweet potatoes, sprouted grain bread, less is more sometimes! Maybe it is time to get a little help with the exercise program too. As a personal trainer I offer the accountability and encouragement you need to put into practice what you already know YOU WANT to do. You are worth investing money and time in your health. I always say prevention is the best medicine. I will help you make the lasting changes that I believe can make you feel better about yourself than you ever have before. No better time than spring to get started.

“Darla is a great trainer and fitness coach. When I first became a client, I was recovering from a shoulder injury. She made sure my routine was appropriate and continued to coach me to greater levels of stamina and strength. And, the cool thing is that she truly cares about what I want to accomplish. Now four years later, my doctor informed me that my “age markers” were those of someone 20 years younger than my chronological age.”

Connie from Easton, PA
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