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Say Good-bye to Stroller Woes

Many professionals in my field of Human Movement frown upon using strollers with kids. They point out that while you exercise, you encourage your kids to sit… and in the worst possible position imaginable, too. I get all of that. But I would argue that losing my sanity would be far more detrimental to my […]

Exercising with Kids: A Quick How to Guide Pt 1

When I give talks and meet with potential clients (or even just run into someone in the grocery store), people give me all sorts of excuses why they just can’t exercise right now. 99% of the time the excuse they give me for why they can’t is actually a reason why they should, and one […]

Help! My kid won’t eat his veggies!!!

Whoaaaa! Take a big deep breath, smooth your feathers, and prepare to go to the dinner table just a little bit calmer tonight…. I don’t know any parent that isn’t familiar with the dinner time struggles. It’s hard enough to prepare a meal and get it on the table. But the coaxing and coercing and […]

My Aching Feet– Improve Your Foot Health Today!

Improve Foot Health and wave goodbye to achy feet! The foot and ankle contain 26 bones (One-quarter of the bones in the human body are in the feet.), 33 joints, more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. In plain English, that means the feet are designed for a massive variety of motion! Consider for a […]

Nurtured By Nature- A Breakfast Hike

We are continuously trying to find more and more ways to reconnect with the world around us and step outside of the confines of modern technology. The benefits of time in Nature– you know that thing we did all day, every day for the majority of human existence– are undeniable. If you just close your […]

Your Deep Need for the Deep Squat

**How You Can (and CANT) Move Really Matters!!** Is your ability to squat deeply correlated to your risk of death? Sit down on the floor, and then get up, using as little assistance from your hands, knees or other body parts as possible. For each body part that you use for support, you’ll lose one […]

Shrimp Bisque

I can think of a million reasons to eat Shrimp Bisque, but I’ll just stop at “…because it’s soooooooo yummy, Mommy!” 2 tablespoons (1/2 stick) Organic butter, divided 1 1/2 pound medium shrimp (about 45), peeled, deveined, shells reserved 2 bay leaves 2 carrots, peeled, chopped 1 Shallot, chopped 3/4 cup white cooking wine 1/4 […]

Oat Balls (aka Cookie Balls)

These Oat Balls are a great snack or quick breakfast that are popular in my house. We don’t eat a ton of grains but we all seem to handle oats well and these “Cookie Balls” (as Colt calls them) are incredibly satisfying. Ingredients: 1.5 C Old Fashioned Oats 1/2 C Vanilla Whey Protein (2 scoops) […]

Haka House Meal Prep- Week 2: Mon-Thur

Here we goooooooo! It’s time to take everything you did this weekend (Part 1 is HERE) and put it into action. You are all prepped to put healthy and delicious meals onto the table for your family this week. Monday Today could NOT be simpler– Rosemary and Lemon Soup!! You have two options: Put it […]

Double Duty Stir Fry

This quick weeknight meal lends itself well to prepping ahead. Poach the chicken on the weekend and store in a container for up to 4 days OR freeze the chicken in a bag, the veggies in a bag, and the sauce in a bag. Put all three bags into one big bag and your set […]

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