mobility flow – free DIY anywhere, anytime!

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!

people say the darndest things

Recently at a professional meet up, I was in group of other Personal Trainers. As we "broke the ice" a woman in our group gave us her "bio." She specializes in the geriatric population; trains her clients out of her home; used to race a lot of marathons and triathlons, and now just runs for … Continue reading people say the darndest things

my insecurity – imposter syndrome

It took me over 10 years and a vicious irritable bowel disease to arrive at my current spot, and why understanding and mastering my mindset has been so important to me over the last several years so I thought I would give you a glimpse into my own history of struggle. When I first set … Continue reading my insecurity – imposter syndrome

my 6 tips for exercising with a GI disorder

I’ve always been active, but when I began having gastrointestinal issues as a young adult, it put a serious cramp in my exercise routine. When I first started my running adventures, I would be running with friends during leisure stroll and all of a sudden, I had to go to the bathroom. I would find a bathroom … Continue reading my 6 tips for exercising with a GI disorder

aloha Friday wow (workout of the week)

It's been a minute. #halfironman training has taken over. No more time for The Hang Out; no more social outings. I've been diagnosed with tunnel vision with less than 8 weeks until race day. It's GO time. Life with an #ostomy is going great! Each week, I get stronger and fitter. I eat without pain. I eat without … Continue reading aloha Friday wow (workout of the week)