If someone were to see Caitlin on her mat at Mark Fisher Fitness, it might not look like the “deep work” one usually associates with healing, moving forward or finding your voice. But it is.
“I knew in 2014 that MFF was going to be a life changer. I couldn’t have ever imagined the actual journey, but where I am now is definitely the type of magical result only created within this community of unicorns.”
Feelings of shame, humiliation, and negativity more often than not make a person more likely to give up on the very behavioral changes they were trying to get motivated to do. Let’s break down why so many people rely on these tactics, and what you can do right now to reverse the trend.
Having negative thoughts about yourself is more common than you think. And while being aware of your imperfections and shortcomings can be helpful, spending too much time on them can sap your energy and take a huge toll on your self-esteem. Here’s how to break the cycle.
Your diet should never have so much power over you that you feel like you’re cheating. But we can’t escape that fact that, depending on the quantity and frequency of your indulgences, you might be stalling or even setting back your weight loss progress. Here’s what to look for!
If you missed your training session or just can’t make it to the gym, here are two awesome bodyweight workouts you can do at home that cover all of the key movement patterns and will keep your body balanced, strong, sleek, and sexy.
What if you could go after what you really want in life and get it all while having gum-chomping fun along the way? Life coach and Broadway diva Kyle Post spills the real tea on how!
Changing your nutrition habits can be difficult enough without feeling like you have to follow a bunch of restrictive rules that don’t accelerate your health and hotness. Is one (or more) of these useless nutrition myths adding confusion or frustration around what you eat?
Our pal Emily Fletcher teaches a style of meditation that can make you better in bed, improve your immune system, and give you more energy at work… but you won’t truly know until you actually experience it yourself!
Gratitude has been proven to boost our overall health as well as our emotional well-being. So what keeps us from practicing it on a more regular basis?