Let’s choose a new focus

“How do I stay motivated to move if it’s not giving me the [aesthetic] goals that I want…”⁣ This is a great question and one that I get in various forms quite often. My answer is simple, yet so complex to implement… You have to start valuing the small, positive changes in how you FEEL […]

A lot of people have had bad experiences in the fitness space

Hey Team! A few weeks ago, I wrote about moving into a new chapter of my life and how that’s shifted my workouts and programs. (You can find that blog article HERE) The first program in this new chapter is Athletic Glutes and although I am overwhelmed with the positive feedback I have received, I […]

My 4️⃣ tips to help you stay moving this summer! 😎

Is summer’s crazy schedule throwing you off? Although this time of year can make it VERY difficult to stick to a consistent routine, there’s no time like the present to stop making excuses and work to fit some movement into your life. A few things I remind myself when I’m in a space of feeling […]

The Benefits of Strong Glutes

Team, Before we dive into the benefits, let’s talk about your glutes! What are the glutes and what do they do? The glutes are a group of 3 powerful muscles – the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. They help us stabilize and move our hip joints. From rolling out of bed in the […]

Let’s Talk About Your Glutes

When glutes are the topic of conversation, the focus tends to be on what they look like or how to change what they look like. Somewhere along the line, we forgot to mention that glutes are far more than just aesthetics! I’m not here to tell you that you should or shouldn’t want your glutes […]

Number one most asked question last week

Hi Team! First, I wanted to just say thank you so much for the positive response from last weeks blog. I can’t even begin to tell you what it means to open up and share a personal story and then have so many of you write back or DM me and share your stories as […]

11 years ago I went through this EXACT same moment…

Welcome to the next chapter… Over the last 2 years I have been going through A LOT of life changes, both personally and professionally. With these changes, one of the things that continuously came up was feeling a bit disconnected from my work. I have always been really passionate about what I do, so to […]

What is Functional Training, and why should I do it?

What is functional training? Functional training is a type of training that uses strength & conditioning, agility, and balance exercises to make activities of daily living easier. Functional training programs are specifically designed to mimic movements you do in everyday life, to help your body get stronger and feel more prepared to do them. In […]

What is Active Recovery?

Active recovery stretch demonstrated by Coach Elena

    Active Recovery: The Best Rest Day Workout Active recovery uses lower-intensity movement on rest days to help muscles recover from higher-intensity workouts. It can also be done at the end of workouts as a cool-down. Yoga, walking, and swimming are just a few of the ways you can include active recovery in your […]

The Benefits of Strength & Conditioning

Kaisa Keranen doing a strength exercise

Team! The phrase strength & conditioning is becoming more common outside of the sports world. But did you know that it can benefit EVERYONE? 5 ways strength & conditioning can benefit you: Increase cardiorespiratory fitness (how efficiently your heart, lungs, and blood work together to transport and utilize oxygen throughout your body). Increase or maintain […]

You don’t need a gym to get strong

What’s up, Team? When people think of strength training, they often think of hours spent in a gym that has hundreds of pieces of equipment. The truth is, you don’t need a gym to get strong. All you need is a set of dumbbells, a willingness to put in the work, and progressive programming (learn […]

How to Use a Program to Increase Strength

Team, What if I told you that you don’t need a gym to get strong? All you need is a set of dumbbells, a willingness to put in the work, and progressive programming. Progressive programming (you may also hear it called progressive overload) gradually adds onto your workouts by increasing the number of repetitions, sets, time […]