Fat Loss Plateaus and Stalls

If the drop in scale weight has slowed or completely stalled, here are some random thoughts and insights, in no particular order, to help you wrap your head around it and, more importantly, what to actually do about. 1. One, the scale number doesn’t tell the entire story. There is a reason we here at.. Read more →


Teresa’s biweekly feedback

While we showcase transformation pictures of LBC clients routinely, we also like to highlight how making these changes has had a positive impact on their life. Today I am sharing biweekly feedback and pictures from LBC client, Teresa H., who was climbing mountains over the last two weeks. As you’ll see, Teresa, who has lost.. Read more →


Quadratus Lumborum

Sounds fancy, but what is it? It’s arguably of of the most important muscles in the body due to its role in spinal stabilization, yet it is so commonly neglected and hardly ever directly targeted. Over the next couple of days I’ll be showing you a few exercises you can add into your warm up.. Read more →


Shoulder dislocations for shoulder mobility

Shoulder dislocations are a phenomenal exercise to add to any program to help protect your shoulders from injury. The rotator cuff is so important to protect but it’s one of the most neglected areas. Often, this seemingly simple drill is done incorrectly with excessive anterior pelvic tilt and forward head/neck protrusion. Really pay attention to.. Read more →



How to eat more protein

New clients often struggle with having to increase their protein intake. It is a filling macronutrient and it is also one which people tend to under eat before working with a coach. Protein needs are very important for both building muscle AND when losing weight in order to preserve muscle mass. The last thing you.. Read more →