Each month you set a few goals and are excited and ready to start fresh! The first of the month rolls around and you spend a few days checking those goals right off the list. And then 2 weeks in, you find yourself off the rails, frustrated and your goals end up right out the … Continue reading is this you?
FREE CONTENT ALERT! After some encouragement from a friend to do my own guided body scan audio (instead of using commercial ones out there; THANK YOU Hina!), I've decided to bite the bullet and do the DAM thing! Here is my first stab at a 5 minute body scan, FREE for all! This is the … Continue reading 5 minute body scan with Lee-Ann Watanabe
Using Mobility training to WARM UP, COOL DOWN or to BOOST MOOD can improve the range of motion of our joints and muscles. It can assist in improving our posture. Mobility training can alleviate 'everyday' aches and pains as well as improve our body awareness. Lee-Ann Watanabe’s Mobility Flow Use as a Warm-Up, Use to Cool-Down, Use to … Continue reading mobility flow – free DIY anywhere, anytime!
Last week I ran an #instagram poll asking people whether they believed motivation or discipline played a bigger role in adherence to a wellness / fitness / nutrition program...DRUM ROLL please... discipline won with a 91% vs. 9% tally. I USED to believe that motivation was the most important thing when adhering to a wellness … Continue reading motivation versus discipline?
My 50-year old client did a 3 week check in. The scale didn't budge but the inches sure did! You see, there is much more to long term wellness than that fickle number on the scale. After all, your value as a person, your experiences, success and the vibe you bring to the world can't … Continue reading non scale victories
This past weekend, I was excited to attend the Brookbush Institute Human Movement Science Corrective Exercise Lab; 16 hours of education built around assessment, mobility and integration of common dysfunction patterns we see in most clients across the board. 2020 has been filled with much of this - taking risks with exciting and yes, scary … Continue reading it's never the right time
I have a list of mantras I've created with my clients over the years; a list I refer to as LAWisms. With over 20 years teaching, coaching and training experience, I have many lawisms. And no, I don't consider my way to be THE LAW; but the nickname stuck when my triathlon training buddy referred … Continue reading be comfortable being uncomfortable
My baby sister had a kid and moved away to a new place where she didn’t know anyone or have any family. She’s got her #squad now, but dam, having a baby is work! Hiring a sitter wasn’t something she wanted, but she knew exercise would help with her emotional mood and mindset as she started this … Continue reading are you a stressed mom with no time?
As a single parent, chances are you feel stretched too thin to squeeze in one more thing - too thin in terms of finances, time, and energy. However, by following these great guidelines you can work in that much needed workout. Prioritize your health. It’s important for you to take care of yourself. Experts say … Continue reading Fitness Guide for Single Parents by Sheila Olson