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February 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Best Glute (medius) Exercise, You Aren’t Doing

Did you know that your glute medius is the tiny muscle responsible for stabilizing your hips and pelvis during weight bearing movements (AKA walking, running and lifting) AND that without a stable pelvis you might experience back pain, hip pain or knee pain. Well now you do! There are plenty of isolation exercises that target the glute medius but this


February 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

8 Smart Strength Fitness Hack For Getting Strong

Are you looking to shake up your fitness routine? I now have 3 “DO IT YOURSELF” programs that can be started at anytime. Today I will be sharing my 8 Smart Strength Fitness Hacks for getting STRONG AF! The gym can be an intimidating place when you don’t have a ton of experience with strength training. The sweaty grunting “bros” end


January 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

If You Want To Improve Your Posture, Give This Exercise A Try!

  Hey you! Yes you. Are you hunching forward looking at your screen right now? Today I’m talking mobility. Here is an oldie but goodie t-spine opener for those of you who sit for the majority of the day. Give me 5 deep breaths with rotation each side. I dare ya! Get down on the floor now, or save it for your gym warm up routine. I love this


December 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

My Favorite Squatting Variation

Boston based personal trainer Stacey Schaedler lets you in on her favorite squatting variation. Let’s say you’re a bodyweight squatting professional. You have been goblet squatting and double kettlebell squatting but you aren’t quite sure you want to start barbell squatting. I have the perfect squat for you to try! This Tutorial Tuesday


November 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

SMART STRENGTH Black Friday Sale!

LOOK BETTER, FEEL BETTER, MOVE BETTER No matter your age, fitness level, or stage of life, now is the perfect time to make strength training part of your life. Smart Strength is a 12-week online training program that you can start anytime and do anywhere.  You DO NOT need to go to the gym to complete Smart Strength. Here is exactly what you will


October 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Total Body Playground Workouts For Busy Mamas!

I have a newfound appreciation for playground workouts since becoming the mama of a toddler. She can’t run away into the street because she’s locked in 🙂 She is expending energy (the kid never gets tired). I am relieving stress AND getting a break from “momming.” YES, it’s totally okay to want and need a break! We are


June 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

5 Smart Ways To Modify Your Yoga Practice In Early Postpartum

One of my client friends is newly postpartum, (just a bit shy of 3 months PP) and kept mentioning that she wanted to go to a yoga class. I knew that she would go with or without me, so I decided to join her for a class so that I could teach her how to safely modify her practice for her newly postpartum body. Please keep in mind that Katie has been practicing


February 8, 2017 | 1 Comments

My 4 Favorite Smart Strength Exercises To Build A Better Booty

If you know me at all, you know I am all about the glutes. Developing strong glutes can prevent low back pain, knee pain and well… There is a bit more to my glute obsession, here is a  bit of my backstory on how I got into strength training! I was one of those people born with NO ASS to speak of. My lack of glutes ended up getting me into a


January 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Why Smart Strength?

So you are new to lifting and up until this point, your only goals have been akin to “I want to complete my first half marathon”, or “I want to weigh 130lbs”.* Perhaps you suddenly find yourself injured, no longer able to run, and you are looking to strength train in order to elicit a training effect but you have no idea where to


January 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Smart Strength Training Tips For Hypermobile Females

One of the most common issues I must address when strength training with female clientele is hypermobility.   As women, we are often hypermobile in one or more areas, and in order to safely and effectively learn to strength train, there are certain positions and cues to be aware of.  As you can see, I have first hand experience with hypermobility