Through WECOACH Workouts, Laurie Denomme is on a mission to help people feel, move, and live better.
Wellness Wednesday: The Restorative Power of Love
The love of my family surrounded my ICU bed in 2019 and carried me toward healthy ground. Our love has guided a scared, aggressive rescue Lab into being his true self, the most chill dog in our neighborhood.
Memoir Monday: Life is a Carnival!
In 1955, I learned how to walk to a Latin playlist The earliest tunes I remember hearing were the Venezuelan rhythms of música criolla which the radio stations in Caracas played at night. Dad had an affinity for music—part genetic, his farmer father was a self-taught fiddler, and part born of listening to songs streaming…
Wellness Wednesday: Know Your Breed, Find Their Bliss
It’s amazing to see a dog who is genetically predisposed to do something light up when you give him the chance to do it. It’s like he’s saying, ‘Wow! How did you know?’
Wellness Wednesday: Pilobolus, Recovery, and Balance
… adventurous, adaptive, athletic, surprising and revealing of beauty in unexpected places … wit, sensuality, and stunning physical acumen …
Wellness Wednesday: Why I Won’t Sail Again
Despite extensive precautions, cruise ship passengers are still getting sick with COVID. And then they’re put in prison-like isolation.
Memoir Monday: Deborah Copaken LADYPARTS
Our ignorance, avoidance, and silencing of all discussions of female-associated viscera is not polite. It’s killing us.
Wellness Wednesday: What Would Santa Do?
The sedentary recluse who pulls an all-nighter once a year eating his way through unhealthy snacks says ”Ho ho ho and have another cookie.”
Wellness Wednesday: How to Rev Up Your Workout Without Breaking a Sweat
I crossed a new fitness threshold last week when I added Tabata — a High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) protocol — to my water workout. My 30 minute workout not only boosted my cardiovascular system, but also strengthened my core, my arms, and my legs. And it put me on Cloud Nine for the rest…
Wellness Wednesday: We Are in Training for Life
As I got older, I stopped thinking of exercise as training, until a near-death illness changed everything.