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Low Calorie Eating is officially changing over to Choices Coach. When I explain the changes that I'm making it will all make sense. I am so excited to tell you that I am going to start blogging more about fitness and fashion. I've devoted many a blog to the subject of low-calorie eating, and I'm almost finished with my book (Coming Soon!). I will continue to write about food, but I am going to add on more information about my other great loves. It just makes sense to write about fitness, since I'm a personal trainer. Duh! I've been a little slow on this one. Fashion, on the other hand, has been a great love in my life since I was a little girl. It just makes sense to incorporate this part of me into my blog. More on that in a minute.
I'm a personal trainer, so why haven't I posted much about my workouts?
Like I told you in a previous post, I have lost 30 lbs. over the past year. I didn't really blog that much, because I was too busy doing. Working out like a beast takes a lot of time and devotion. Now that I'm much closer to my goal weight I can make time to share some of my workouts with you. I write workouts all the time for clients and for the classes that I teach at The Yards Athletic Club. I can't wait to start sharing them with you, so we can start achieving results together.
My love of fashion is nothing new. It's just new to this blog. All through high school I spent countless hours sketching fashion designs. I constantly said I was going to be a fashion designer. Fast forward a bit. Later I studied fashion design classes at Lindenwood University in Saint Charles, MO while I was working on my masters. Once I finished school I started an online clothing boutique called Everything Chic. Several years later I became a buyer for Payless Shoe Source. I love shoes, but I wasn't really cutout for the corporate world. After quitting Payless, I worked for a boutique and a gym until I could figure things out (Ginger & Maryann and Body Boutique, respectively). Thus, a trainer I became. That's the short version.
Now that I have lost so much weight I realize how much an influence fashion has on feeling good. A workout can change your mood, and so can your outfit. Your clothing can also tell a lot about how you feel about yourself and your body. No matter where you are towards reaching your goals you can dress in clothes that flatter and fit your body.
Choices Coach will be about all three of my passions: fashion, fitness, and food. My goal is to coach better choices in all three areas to complete the overall picture of looking and feeling your best. Subscribe by e-mail, and never miss a post.
Fit > skinny,
P.S. Check back Tuesday! The post will be about choosing the right yoga pants to flatter your shape.