I had a busy day again, and rather than rant about personal stuff again, I’m just going to report my day and send you all on your merry way.
I had a weird day, and found it really hard to connect things to the Conservation Fitness Program specifically. Then I realized it was the general mentality of ZooFit.
One of the biggest downfalls many people have in starting a new program is doing too much, too soon, too fast, and too hard. It took me FOREVER to figure this out on my own, which is kinda sad. As an animal trainer, I would never in a billion years think to teach an animal…
Tomorrow I am starting a full practice session of my new program I’m rolling out next year, the Conservation Fitness Jump Start/Head Start.
I’m back from my first conference introducing ZooFit, and I’m pretty revved to get more projects started and finished. Luckily for me, next month is NaNoWriMo, and I am not only encouraged to focus my time on writing, I’m almost expected to.
Everything is connected. Our eating habits, fitness routine, and our lifestyle reflects how we care for ourselves and the earth. Today I round out my eco-wellness with positive affirmation and hope for the future of ZooFit and all it promises.
I’m heading to Denver for my first conference as a ZooFit consultant. I’m excited, nervous, and and anxious.
When we hear the word fitness, most people think of exercise and nutrition. Some people may also include sleep and drinking water in the realm of fitness. But sleep and water are a part of a bigger concept which often gets neglected in talking about fitness.
Cuddle Therapy is an important component of ZooFit as it promotes healthy wellness and has a positive influence on our ecological behavior. It improves our compassion towards each other, and towards other species.
As many of my friends are aware, Chris and I moved to Seattle for the month of August while he recuperates from his kidney transplant. Having twice weekly labs and twice weekly clinic appointments meant it would be easier to live closer to the hospital than island life allowed.