Fitness Doesn’t Come in a Bottle

“Fitness – if it came in a bottle, everybody would have a great body.” ~ Cher If fitness came in a bottle, we would have found that magic elixir by now.  As you can see from the “then and now” advertisements below, Americans have been buying quick fix weight loss promises for decades.  Today we spend […]

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From Haggard-Mom-of-3 to Hottie-Mom-of-3

From “haggard-mom-of-3” to “hottie-mom-of-3,” Katie Hoschouer is our featured client for Transformation Tuesday! Katie lost 16.2 lbs and 8% body fat and gained a whole lot of confidence. Read her story below: In July 2009, my husband and I found ourselves in $77,232.88 of consumer debt (everything but the mortgage). We were sick and tired […]

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Sore Muscle Recovery

Regardless of your fitness level, muscle soreness is an inevitable part of any exercise routine. Muscle soreness that usually develops a day or two after exercise is known as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS. When muscles are used in a different way or work harder than usual, tiny microscopic tears occur in the muscle […]

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YOU can be whoever you WANT to be!

    We all need a little Inspiration, a little Push from time to time and that is why I am sharing this video with you today! It’s an amazing video.       Inspired? We’ll see you tomorrow for a one of a kind Workout! Ale Adaui TFX Coach

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10 or 10 Challenge Results – February 2014

It’s truly amazing how much results you can get in just 21 days when you have the right tools and all the support you need. I wanted to recognize all the challengers and winners of our 10 or 10 Challenge for all their hard work. You all deserve the results you got! Here are our […]

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The Scale Lies – Guest Blog Post by Marissa Herring

This week I want to share a great blog post about why we shouldn’t be too concerned with the numbers on the scale. I think you will really enjoy this one and would love to hear your feedback!   I weighed myself today and I was overweight. Now many of you know me personally, and […]

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Understanding Body Fat Percentage for Healthy Weight Loss Management

I am frequently asked, “What is a good body fat percentage?” whenever taking measurements for a client. Body fat percentage is simply a ratio of fat to lean body mass, which includes muscle, bone, organ tissue, blood and everything else. Therefore, an individual weighing 150 pounds with 10% body fat has 15 pounds of body […]

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The Oxygen Mask Theory of Self Care

Most of us have been on an airplane and heard the safety warning before the flight that if the pressurization should fail you should put on your own oxygen mask before trying to help others. The same theory can be applied to life. If your busy lifestyle has you running on empty chances are you […]

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10 Reasons You Should Be Jumping Rope

I recently heard a report that the only exercise celebrity Kate Hudson does to keep her long, lean body in fantastic shape is jumping rope. Needless to say, I was intrigued and decided to do a little research on the subject. Well, it turns out that was only a rumor. Ms. Hudson has recently talked […]

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Why Exercise is Key If You Love Sugar

Sugar is everywhere and in everything. Even if you’re not big on dessert, chances are you’re still eating sugar. Okay, maybe I’m not just talking about sugar in its strictest sense. I’m talking about sugar in the form of starchy carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, and potatoes as well. I know that we’re most likely […]

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