Posts Tagged with "Neghar Fonooni"
Yoga: For People Who Lift
I lift. You lift. We all lift. Raise your hand if you do yoga? [Cue crickets chirping] Chances are not many of you raised your hands. I can count on one hand the total number of times I’ve been to a yoga class. In fact, I wrote about taking one HERE. It was okay, but it’s… Read more
How the Kettlebell Can Improve Your Deadlift
I had an interesting conversation with my good friend and fellow strength coach, Ben Bruno, not too long ago. He and I like to catch up every now and then to 1) discuss our mutual affinity for JP Licks ice-cream and 2) talk some training and fitness shop. He’s originally from New England and worked… Read more
Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 8/1/14
Holey moley can you believe it’s already August! Where does time fly? I’d love to sit here and chat about that (and the weather), but I have some laundry to do. Totally not kidding. Here’s hoping I can get through the process without ruining one of Lisa’s shirts. Cotton doesn’t shrink, right? Enjoy this week’s… Read more
What’s Wrong With Female Fitness?
I love fitness and I love the fitness industry. Fitness has always been a part of my life. Photo Credit: Bobby Gallant Ever since my parents (er, I mean, Santa…wink, wink) got me my first weight training set when I was 13 – you know, one of those benches with the leg extension/leg curl attachment… Read more
A Woman’s Journey of Strength: How Lifting Changed My Life Forever
Note from TG: Today I have a special weekend edition post from fitness & lifestyle coach, and writer, Neghar Fonooni. Neghar was someone I featured on my “go to” female resources last week and she’s also the wife of my good friend, John Romaniello, which basically makes them the fitness equivalent of Beyonce and Jay-Z…. Read more
There’s a Time and Place For Everything. Kettlebells Included.
I like to consider myself as an even keeled person who tries to see the comedy in life and not to take things too seriously. I’m originally from Middle of Nowhere, NY where I grew up in a small town with no traffic lights and no fast food restaurants. Just to be clear though, yes,… Read more