How Long Do You Need to Workout to See Results?

I can’t believe it. My dream career is manifesting right in front of my eyes! My weeks currently consist of bouncing around from personal training at the gym, co-teaching classes and finishing instructor training at CarmelBarre, fitting in my own workouts, blogging for all of you lovelies, and studying for my ACSM. And now as of this weekend, I officially have my Zumba teaching license! Speaking of which, I can now offer you 10% off all Zumba Wear at zumba.com! Just use my personal promo code: EMILYF10 at checkout! My days are packed but I am more energized than ever before. Why? Because I am living my dream and having so much fun along the way! Lacking energy? Get on my level!!! Try one of my Read More




My Weekend – Workouts, Eats, and French Toast Roll Ups

Hi there and happy Monday! I hope all of you took some time to do the things that reenergize you and are ready to tackle the week ahead! Or, as ready as you possibly can! I mean, we don’t wish each other a ‘Happy Monday’ for nothing. It takes a village to get through the first day of the week, am I right? We’re in this together! If my weekend includes sweating, eating, sleeping, and vegging out I consider it a winner. You can say I’m easy to please. This weekend had a perfect balance of all four! I really enjoy getting some down time after a busy week to unwind. Taking a moment to practice gratitude and making a point Read More




Tasty Tuesdays! Healthy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

So the job hunt for a personal training gig is coming along. I have been talking with a few gyms and feel like I may have found a fit! I don’t want to jinx it though! I can’t wait to start ramping up my clientele here in the Monterey area. But don’t forget, if you are interested in training with me I also offer 100% customized online training and nutrition plans for anyone not in the area. On top of my personal training venture, I have signed up to become Zumba certified next month! I started dancing when I was three, danced more seriosuly through high school (for about 20 – 30 hours a week), and continued to dance casually in Read More