Client Spotlight – Dotty Reid

Dotty is an Empower great and she has the best smile around!  Read a bit more about her Empower experience:   – Tell us a little about your profession.   I am a RN (who has been in nursing more than 50 years.), with a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration. When I retired 4 […]

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EMOM Workout by Jess

Jessica Bottesch

EMOM (Every Minute on the Minute) workout programs are effective and efficient. They can be modified to meet your fitness level, and help reach your training goals.   Join Empower Personalized Fitness co-owner Jessica Bottesch for a quick interval training workout. Learn what EMOM is, and why you can incorporate this style of training into your workouts HERE.     Check back in […]

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Keeping the Dream Alive

Epilogue Part I “How brain cancer compelled Ashley and me to seriously examine, consider, and re-frame our future plans and dreams. Then PREPARE for them.”       Sperm. Lots of sperm. Now that I have your attention…     As we all should remember from high school biology and sex education classes, in order […]

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Client Spotlight – Wendy McColskey

Empower - Integrate - Celebrate

This picture was taken in France (notice the red clay) in 2015. I was playing for the U.S. on the National Women’s 60s Tennis Team against other countries. We won!     It was a great experience. Training with Nestor at Empower definitely contributed to my fitness, quickness, and strength. It gave me an advantage especially […]

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5 Exercises to Help Elevate Your Tennis Game

Professionals may make it look easy running back and forth across the court, often for several hours at a time, but playing the sport of tennis requires a high degree of both strength and coordination. To perform at their best, a tennis player needs the right mix of endurance, speed and agility, as well as explosive strength and power.   […]

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Facing My Fears

Prologue Part IV   “How brain cancer forced me to confront all of my greatest fears in life…  all at the same time.” Aichmophobia:  the morbid, irrational fear of sharp and/or pointed objects.  Included in this genre of phobias is “needle phobia,” which is a self-explanatory term that is actually used in medical literature.  If […]

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5 Secrets of the Pros

    Thinking back over the years, how many lessons have you had that made a long-term impact on your golf game? If I had to guess, I would say that the lessons early on in your golf career dramatically helped you improve, but since then you have probably only found a couple gems that […]

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