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Looking for a personal trainer?

  • Struggle to exercise regularly even though you love the benefits?

  • Don’t know where to begin?

  • Do you need guidance in reaching a goal(s)?

  • Have you been instructed by your Doctor to begin an exercise program and don’t know how to start?

  • Are you looking to overhaul your lifestyle and become healthier physically, mentally and emotionally?

With my coaching, guidance, instruction, and motivation you can be empowered to create the change you desire. Training sessions are offered in-home, mine or yours.

Nicole Miller

Phone: 719.660.9277

Email: nmiller69@comcast.net

Location: 7212 Duryea Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80923

 

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Limited time: Promo codes for discounts on fitness products!

Passing on these IDEA fitness convention savings to you. These promo codes are only available for a limited time:

VIBRAM FIVE FINGER SHOES – 30% off.

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Introducing a live, coached 12-week program to lifestyle wellness!

Online coaching is now a reality! Starting September 8, I will be leading my first online experience with the Living 365fitt–12-week Program to Lifestyle Wellness, with weekly webinars on Mondays at 7:00pm (MST).

Having partnered with 365fitt and Kathy Kent, author of Living 365fitt–12-week Program to Lifestyle Wellness, this program addresses the physical, nutritional and emotional aspects of changing one’s lifestyle for better health and wellness.  Most webinars are 45-60 minutes, allowing for ample questions and answers. The cost of the 12-week program is $279 and includes your copy of the book Living 365fitt–12-week Program to Lifestyle Wellness and more.

Because the 365fitt philosophy of moving one’s body on a daily basis, enjoying healthy nutritious foods, and avoiding or limiting unhealthy foods aligns with my own training philosophy, I am excited to add this online element to my training and coaching services.

All webinars are recorded for unlimited rebroadcasts allowing for flexibility in one’s schedule.

Sign up today!

 

Independence Day: Tips to prevent overindulging at this year’s get-together

With Independence Day right around the corner, I wanted to share a few ways you can prevent overindulging. With so many tasty foods on hand at these gatherings it is easy to lose control. Instead, try:

1) Eating a small, healthy meal before you go, so you won’t be extremely hungry and lose your focus.

2) Bringing your own, healthy, properly proportioned items. For example, bring your own pretzels, so you don’t eat the chips.

3) Eliminating one of the picnic/barbecue items all together. For example, allow yourself the hotdog, but forgo the potato salad.

4) Eating the hot dog or hamburger without the bun. This alone will save you around 200 calories.

5) Limiting your portions, but eating what you’d like. For example: Split a burger with a friend; when it comes to baked beans, potato salad, etc., try a serving size of 3 tablespoons; put half the serving size of sweets on your plate; limit your juice/soda/alcohol consumption to half your normal amount.

6) Drinking water only.

7) 
Arriving later and leaving earlier. If this is an all-day event, limit your time surrounded by food.

8) Waiting 15 minutes before you fill your plate again. Don’t immediately return for more food. Instead, let the mind make the connection with the stomach.
 Chances are you’ll recognize that you are satisfied from one plate.

9) Moving. The kids are playing, why don’t you? Walk. Hop. Skip. Jump. Run. Just move!

10) Staying home. Simply put, if you will be tempted to overindulge in poor choices, don’t go.

Do you have a tip that has worked well for you in situations like this? If so, please let me know!

Register now to travel to Phoenix! This trip is a combination of exercise, healthy eating, adventure, relaxing and pampering.

Originally posted on Train with Nicole:


When

Wednesday October 22, 2014 at 12:00 PM MDT
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Sunday October 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM MDT

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Where

Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix, AZ


Contact

Kathy Kent/Nicole Miller
365fitt/Train with Nicole
630-302-3470/719-660-9277
kathy@365fitt.com/nmiller69@comcast.net

365fitt Healthy Active Living Trip – Phoenix, AZ

A 365fitt Healthy Active Living Trip is about more than just a fitness vacation or weight loss camp;  it is designed to help you reconnect by stepping out of your normal routine, setting time aside just for you. This trip is a combination of exercise, healthy eating, adventure, relaxing and pampering. You will leave feeling healthier not only in body, but in mind and spirit as well.

It’s a Pampering, Pinteresting, Peaks and Pool Party in Phoenix!

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Create a healthy summer salad for 298 calories a serving!

In less than 30 minutes and for only 298 calories per serving you can prepare a healthy summer salad! What a tasty way to use that summer produce. In the video below, my friend, Jennifer Murray, recent graduate of the Oregon Culinary Institute and former Pampered Chef consultant, shows how to prepare a Green Bean & Red Potato Salad. Simple ingredients and little prep time make this low-calorie salad a summer hit!

Do you have a refreshing summer salad recipe? Please share!

Chef Jen Murray can be reached at chefjenniferm@yahoo.com. 

 

—Green Bean & Red Potato Salad—

Salad Mix:

½ lb. green beans, trimmed and cut diagonally

Organic salad greens of your choice

1 lb. red potatoes, cooked and cut into quarters

1 lb. cooked skinless, boneless chicken breast

Dressing:

⅓ cup parsley

3 TB. red wine vinegar

1 TB. Dijon mustard

Salt and pepper to taste

1 clove garlic, minced

1 TB. lemon juice

1 TB. Oil Olive

Print the recipe here: Green Bean & Red Potato Salad.