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Thank you for your insightful posts. I love reading them!
awe, so happy you like them! Sorry I missed your comment!! Have an awesome 2012!!!!
Do you know of a coach in Sacramento?
I know this is a loooooong delay in reply, but I missed your comment! No, I don’t. But I do have online workout programs online like our BCx Boot Camp Program: http://dobcx.me/bcx-4-week-boot-camp/ and we also develop programs for http://www.DesignerWhey.com
You have a really nice website in here! I will definitely be back for more articles and will check out your profiles too!
How can I post these on my blog!! I’m a blogger.
http://fairviewpe.blogspot.com/ —take a look Please help advocate fo PE in schools!!!
I’m so sorry for the delay in response, I missed your comment. You can ReBlog or you can copy and paste some content, and then add a link to my blog. As long as you give me credit and share a link to my original blog, you can share as much as you want. I just finished up 30 days of motivation with daily mantras – they may be fun to share Hope you have a great 2013!!
Hey Bonnie. I am just so very blessed/happy that I ran across your “like” page on FB. I am in major need of help with toning up my upper legs. Long story I am going to try my hardest to make short. A little over 11 years ago I was in a very severe car accident. Brain injury and every single bone in my body pretty much was broken. My upper legs, and knees are very weak. Hard to explain, but my left knee makes a cracking likr noise when I bend down. It is not sore, just weak. Another thing, I know how to run but my legs just wont let me. HaHa that make sense at all to ya?! I am in just such a question with what the heck I can do. I pray and hope that you can help me out. Well hope you have a remarkable weekend, and hope to hear back from you soon….=)
I’m so sorry for the delay in reply! I didn’t see your comment. I’m happy to help. I would suggest our “Basic Training” online course. My husband leads it, and it’s made specifically for beginners – to get them healthy, and to get your muscles strong. Here’s the link. Let me know how you like it!!!!! Happy 2013!!! http://designerwhey.com/fitness/workout-regimens/basic-training-week-one/
Hey Bonnie! I love love love reading your posts and subscribe to get them emailed to me so I never miss one I have a question for you…what are you recommedations on staying fit through a pregnancy and after having the baby?
The key is to just stay active. You can pretty much do everything except for lay on your stomach (like prone leg curls, etc). The further along you get, you have to be more careful with squats and such, but you’d be amazed what you can do during pregnancy. I’ve had several instructors that taught aerobics all the way up to giving birth. Just listen to your body, keep moving and be careful to not use the baby for excuses to eat huge portions Hope that helps!
I have used Tony Horton’s videos (ten minute trainer, P90x) and cycling to drop 45 pounds. I am not using insanity and not liking it too much, but I will finish it as my goal this year is to drop another 35 to 65 pounds and to cycle again. I prefer to work out at home and then pedal. What types of DVDs or workouts would you suggest? The sports doctor told me that I cycled to much and over developed some muscle groups and that to reactivate the others I need to do bridges, supermans, etc. Any advice? Thank you so so much
I use MRI products for cycling and shakeology. I have not had to use any steroids for my asthma or antibiotics since starting shakeology and learning to eat better. steve
Give our BCx online Boot Camp a try. Insanity is a little intense on the plyo. Although BCx has a lot of plyo too, it’s a little more well-rounded I think. http://dobcx.me/bcx-4-week-boot-camp/ Also, be sure to follow DoBCx on youtube too for more workouts Let me know if you give them a try!
You are the hottest trainer ever to exist. Keep up the amazing work.
You are very sweet! I don’t know how I missed your comment, but I’m glad I saw it this morning. Made my day
Bonnie, Ive been doing your butt workouts and I gotta say my butt looks great… well one side that is. I swear I work my right butt more than my other it feels not as tight and doesnt look as good.. do you have any ideas for me??
Make sure your weight stays on your heels. You could always increase resistance on your left side. You may just be weaker on that side and just need to build it up more. But, that’s a first for me! ha! It could also just be in your head (but I won’t go there!) hahahah Good luck!!!
Bonnie, are any of your motivational pictures available in posters? I would love to get some of them to hang around my workout space, and I also know a couple of trainers who would love to have them in their gyms as well.
No, but I can work on that!!
Thanks! That would be awesome
Hey Bonnie! I love your blog and have found your posts motivating and so helpful. I was really inspired by your post that featured Ursla-the 40 yearl old that competed in her first body building competition and won. I am 40 and just started working out this year. I would love to gain more muscle so I’m curious about what Urslas diet consists of and how often she does weight training-I have no desire to be a bodybuilder butt wouldlove to be leaner and more muscular.
Even bikini competitors follow a “body builder” type diet. They just don’t lift as heavy and take as much protein and suppleness. if you look up GNC diet at PFITpfun.com that can give u an idea. That’s my husband’s blog where he posted a sample diet
I came across your website informally, and became inspired after viewing your “get to know us” video…especially when you mentioned your mom’s weight loss. I am a woman in my 50′s that is trying to get a handle on my health…can you point me to any articles on your blog or website that may be written for my age group who are trying to lose weight and “start again” with exercise. Thank you in advance
Yes, CLICK on my WELCOME tab. That’s everything I’d teach, or do, with a new client. All the staples. Also, I have a handbook, which I use in our boot camps (it’s the GET PFIT Handbook on the top right of my page). It’s $14.99, but i created just for all the people who ask me how to get started. It’s literally everything we teach in our private boot camps or personal training programs. Hope that helps!!! Welcome to the PFIT PFAM!
Thanks for your prompt reply. I’ll be certain to follow up with your suggestions. For future topics on your blog… This is something I’d be really interested in reading
Hey, thanks for your inspiring & informative posts I’ve been trying to eat clean and keep fit (walking, running, strength training, you name it) for the past 3 months but I very recently noticed some discomfort with my knee and the doctor told me I have a slight tear in a ligament in my knee. Could you maybe help with some insight as to what exercises to avoid so that it doesn’t happen again or what I may be doing wrong? I don’t want to give up my exercise routine that easily cause I’ve been feeling stronger & fitter, but this injury is discouraging and kinda scary to me because I’ve exercised a lot before but this has never happened. Thanks
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