• Everyone is capable of creating positive lifestyle changes.
  • Wellness is holistic: that means stress, sleep, financial concerns, social life, and spiritual practice factor as much into wellness as do nutrition and fitness.
  • Small, incremental habit changes are the best method of attaining long-term success.
  • Mastering functional movement patterns is more important than creating new, crazy workouts.
  • Real, whole foods should always be on the menu.
  • Cooking your own food can be a form of therapy.
  • There is no such thing as a bad workout as long as you show up.
  • Movement begets movement.  The more you do, the more you’ll want to do.
  • Michael Pollan’s philosophy on nutrition is one of the best I’ve ever heard in only 7 words: “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.”
  • Sometimes working with a coach and being held accountable can set in motion things you’ve dreamed of doing for years.
  • No goal is too big to achieve.
  • Everyone deserves to be able to pursue happiness through wellness.

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