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2018 beach reads to boost your fitness goals

The summer season is all about relaxing, enjoying the sun and having time off to spend with family or to indulge in some reading. We’ve collected our favourite 2018 beach reads from our shelves and those mentioned in the podcast to help you stay motivated during the summer and reach your fitness goals. Beach reads […]

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Pilates Instructor Harjit on Fitting in Fitness

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Pilates Instructor Harjit Reveals her Superwomen Secrets​Earlier this month, my new book, Superwomen Secrets Revealed, was published. In it, you’ll find fitness motivation from real life role models. While these women work in a variety of roles, none of them have careers in fitness.  I chose non fitness professionals as the subjects of my book after many years […]

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Rad Women Worldwide Book Review

Rad Women Worldwide Kat Schatz Book Review

Rad Women Worldwide by Kate Schatz Inspirational Role Models month might be ending soon, but that doesn’t mean the fun and inspiration has to stop! My suggestion? ​Gift a copy of Rad Women Worldwide to your favorite future inspirational role model and enjoy reading and learning from the stories inside. About Rad Women WorldwideRad Women Worldwide is the sequel […]

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How to Have a Good Day

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Want to learn how to have a good day?The book, How to Have a Good Day, by Caroline Webb is a great place to start! I just finished reading it thanks to my Blogging for Books connection (I was given a free copy to review) and it’s been my favorite book of its type that I’ve read in a while (and […]

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Triggers Marshall Goldsmith

Triggers Marshall Goldsmith Book Review

Why Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith?As a personal trainer, I find it hard to resist a self-help book about creating behavior change.  Afterall, helping my clients make positive changes they can maintain on their own is crucial for their long-term success. I believe so strongly in the impact of behavior change that identifying your current stage of behavior change […]

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