Saying NO means saying YES to something else!

Are you always on the go? It seems every time we turn around we are being invited to attend, host, or volunteer at something. Balancing family and social activities can seem overwhelming and then throw health and fitness into the mix and it just seems like there is not enough time for everything that needs to be done. How do you do it all? Where is the healthy balance that you long to find? The se... Read More »

Intentions & Transitions

Believe it or not, we are exactly half-way through the 2014 year. Now that is scary. If you step-back exactly 6 months ago, many of you were filling out your “Annual Roadmaps & Strategic Plans” for the year. At the very least, I bet you set some strong intentions and goals for your year. Maybe your goals dealt with your career. Or finances. Or improving your health. Or dream vacat... Read More »

Strive For Greatness

Be better today than you were yesterday. Each day of your life provides you with an endless number of opportunities to demonstrate commitment, character and focus to showcase your greatness and get better. You just have to give up the comfort zone that can hold you back. Results and greatness comes from a consistent daily desire to improve. Your success will not be measured by how many days you ge... Read More »

Tulsa Fitness Trainer Shows You How to Stay Fit While Out of Town With A Quick and Easy Travel Workout

From the desk of Clint Howard, Tulsa Fitness Trainer: With summer being in full swing I know it’s also the time of year many folks are taking vacations and traveling. I’m actually heading out to Destin, FL tomorrow for a family vacation myself. And yep, I‘ll certainly be getting in some workouts while I’m there. When you’re out of town you need a workout plan that’s quick, easy to follow, and effe... Read More »

Tulsa Fat Loss: Being A Car Potato Piles On Pounds

Tulsa Fat Loss: Did you know that your daily commute could impact your health? That’s the message of a recently released University of Illinois study that links frequent car use with the climbing obesity rates in this country. There is no doubt that we are a car-centric society. We drive everywhere, even distances that could be easily reached by walking. That’s just part of our lifestyle. What mak... Read More »

Tulsa Boot Camp Insider Reveals the Key to a Successful Weight Loss Fitness Program…

From the desk of Clint Howard, Director of Tulsa Fitness Systems… Take a quick second and let these words from Jim Rohn sink in…”Success is neither magical or mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals.” Do you know the most fundamental aspect of successful weight loss and body transformation? It’s the creation and implementat... Read More »


Did you know that about 31.4 percent of our state’s residents are obese, and this extra weight increases their risk for heart disease, diabetes, several forms of cancer, and other serious medical conditions? Obesity rates are nothing new, so why are we bringing this issue up now? There is a good reason: March is the annual National Nutrition Month – a reminder to all of us to eat healt... Read More »

Quality of Life and Physical Fitness

By: David Haas Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Guest Blogger Living with cancer can often be trying and difficult. Treatments, such as radiation and chemotherapy, often interfere with patients’ quality of life, and can decrease energy, appetite, body function and mood. Thankfully, many patients can improve the symptoms of cancer and the side effects of treatment with the help of regular exercis... Read More »

How To Achieve Your New Year’s Fitness Resolutions

Ok, it’s the end of January. How are you doing with your New Year’s Fitness Resolutions!!?? Did you know it’s been shown that 92% of all New Year’s Resolutions end in failure! That means that more than 9 out of 10 people will fail at accomplishing their resolutions in 2012! The 92% who fail all share a few common mistakes that puts the nail in their coffin before they’... Read More »

Tulsa Personal Trainer Reveals 3 Tips to Fight the “Freshman 15″

When it comes to weight gain we’ve all heard warnings about the dreaded “freshman 15.” But is it true that students really pack on 15 pounds during their first year at school? Recent studies show that most students do gain an average of 3 to 10 pounds during their first 2 years of college, with most of this occurring during the first semester of freshman year. This weight gain phenomen... Read More »

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