One of the upsides of COVID-19 is that we get to make a lot more delicious, nutritious, home-made meals.
Category Archives: Smart
Little Doodle, Big Idea
Of all the things I’ve ever doodled in a journal or drawn on a whiteboard, this one has definitely had the most impact. I first drew it for a client when I was at Riverside Health Club, in an attempt to explain why thinking about their sleep and happiness was more important than a high-intensityContinue reading “Little Doodle, Big Idea”
Where To Start?
Right now we’re in COVID-19 lockdown. Things are way out of the ordinary. People are scared about their health. A lot of folks are taking this time as an opportunity to improve their health and fitness habits, but many don’t know where to begin. Here are my thoughts. 1. Separate your “Circle of Concern” fromContinue reading “Where To Start?”
My health and fitness practices are the same all year long and I’ve been developing them all my life. I train in my garage gym or outside, I eat home-cooked meals, I drink water and keep a consistent sleep schedule. I coach others on their own behaviors, nourishment, and exercise. So why am I writingContinue reading “Why Now?”
Never Stop Learning
This one connects to the “Smart” part of Smart, Fit, and Clean. The ability to learn is not something to take for granted. Learning is a skill and it is also a practice. In order to learn, you need: A growth mindset. You must possess the mental framework to understand that your life is notContinue reading “Never Stop Learning”
What does “Smart, Fit, and Clean” mean?
SMART This refers to mental fitness, mental health, mental acuity. Being smart means being intelligent, wise, and knowledgeable. It means making better decisions. The “Smart” in Smart, Fit, and Clean signifies the health of your mind. FIT This refers to physical fitness, physical health, physical preparedness. To be fit is to be strong, mobile, andContinue reading “What does “Smart, Fit, and Clean” mean?”