Monthly Archive for October, 2012

Becoming A Biological Clothes Hanger!

OK, so I went shopping this weekend, and I had a good time doing it.   I must admit, I love clothes and shoes. I readily admit that I like to dress nice these days (or what I think is nice).   I’m satisfied with the way I look right now, and I’m confident and […]

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A Personal Trainer On Excuses

It’s time for this Personal Trainer to attack some excuses that are used to postpone (or destroy all together) your hopes of healthy, attractive, rockin’ fit body. Oh no, I’m not afraid to go there! I’m goin’ there! Right now!   Let’s do this…   Excuses. We all have them to some extent – and […]

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I always say that Personal Training is a rewarding occupation, and as a Personal Trainer, Lexington KY has been very good to me. Everyone I talk to loves Lexington (and Kentucky in general for that matter), including today’s NEW Testimonial – CE-Fitness Client Bill Harless…   But alas, Bill might  be leaving us for a […]

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Personal Training: From The Inside Out

The Art of Personal Training should go a lot deeper than training the body and learning how to eat properly (although the eating thing is indeed a super culprit here in KY).   A quality Personal Trainer should be able to help a client’s emotional health, self image, psychological well being, and motivational factors just […]

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Client Testimonial: Lamiya Rodriguez!

Being a Personal Trainer is a VERY rewarding occupation – and when someone experiences great results, well, that’s the BIGGEST reward of all!   I train people all over Lexington to get in shape mentally, physically, and emotionally. CE-Fitness is about treating the entire person – not just giving them the latest diet or exercise […]

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Lessons From Gus Hilton

“The man who wins is an average man, not built on any particular plan, not blessed with any particular luck – just steady and earnest and full of pluck.   The man who wins is the man who works, who neither labor nor trouble shirks; who uses his hands, his head, his eyes- the man […]

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