It snowed for about 30 seconds in my little village this week before the 50 degree weather changed the snowflakes to raindrops. We are now 2 months and 22 days away from Christmas! My mama has a new favorite saying: good stress is still stress. I think winter - Christmas especially - is the most... Continue Reading →
Like every profession, certain expectations may be set for trainers and coaches based on tv and movies and social media. Let's go over a few things; shall we? We don't want to see you limping to your car. Will you experience muscle soreness? Quite possibly, especially later in the day or in the following days... Continue Reading →
Life doesn't always go the way you think it will. Exercise is a great way to manage the stress that may or may not result from plans being derailed. LHF can work with you on this.
This lock-down most of the country - world - has been in for nearly two months has given us a lot of opportunity for good (already discussed here), but it has also given us a lot of time to think and over-think. (Quick Note: by "us," I mean women because I have absolutely no idea... Continue Reading →
If you've been in a gym or seen photos and youtube videos of people lifting, you've probably seen people wearing wrist wraps. Not gonna lie. Some of them are wearing them purely because they think they make them look tough or strong. I and some of my lifting buddies wear them for other reasons. Yours... Continue Reading →
If you have had the chance to talk with me personally, you know my thoughts on this whole coronavirus; I'm not going to get into that here. Instead! Let's look at some of the positives of this whole covid-19 situation! I've started doing morning yoga, working on mobility; flexibility; and stability. I've always noticed that... Continue Reading →