Three classes of WECOACH Workouts a week for the month of May pushed me across the rehabilitation finish line.
Wellness Wednesday: Why I’m Sticking With Weight Watchers
Is the bottom line leading Weight Watchers away from its founding principle of group support?
Wellness Wednesday: Why Every Day is a Trophy
A kid in the pool reminded me that every day since May 2019 is a trophy. Here’s why.
Wellness Wednesday: How to Jump Start Your New Year
This time of year, many of us are looking for ways to “make the right thing easy and the wrong thing hard.” Here’s what helping me get back on track.
Wellness Wednesday: We Show Up Because It’s Fun!
This amazing group of neighbors keeps me showing up in the pool. They are kind, supportive, and funny. You’d never know we were exercising!
Memoir Monday: When the Foreign Becomes Familiar, Barriers Drop
The Arab world felt foreign to me until a Muslim family adopted me, Ons Jabeur played in the US Open, and Mo Amer revealed how I’ve been speaking Arabic my whole life.
Wellness Wednesday: Top Ten Reasons to Do WECOACH [Water] Workouts
Founder Laurie Denomme’s WECOACH Workouts draws on 30 years of water exercise teaching experience to create member-exclusive programs that include: water workouts, land workouts, tips to help us feel our way to better results, and success trackers to help us recognize our progress. Here are my top ten reasons to subscribe to this unique, results-focused…
Wellness Wednesday: This strategy is helping me combat binge eating
It fills me up. Me, in conversation with my therapist. I wasn’t describing binge eating, a habit that developed in my late teens. Going on 68, I continue to examine the drive which stands in shocking contrast to all my healthy behaviors like a lifetime membership in Weight Watchers and a daily exercise regime which…
Wellness Wednesday: WECOACH Gives Us 20 New Ways to Jog…or Is It 60?!
Discover running in the water!
Wellness Wednesday: How WECOACH Workouts Prevent Swimming Injuries
Swimming is non-impact, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy on the body. The repetitive nature of swimming strokes puts us at risk for injury. Here are some tips to keep you in the water.