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  • How would you rate your eating skills?

    Eating “skills” vs dieting Test, If you had to grade yourself today – right now! – on your eating and nutrition skills, would you get an A, B, C … or …? (haha: I’m talking about “healthy” eating here, for the record.) Most of us think of eating/nutrition as something we should just automatically KNOW about … … or we even label them as virtues. EXAMPLE: I can’t even count how many times clients have told me they have been “good” or “bad” when it comes to food. But there really ARE skills involved – ....

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  • Are you a stress eater? Or meal skipper?

    Stress eating Good morning, Ruby, If you’ve ever had a stressful day (or year!) that affected your eating habits, you are NOT alone. In a study, more than 75% of adults said that stress played a role in their eating during the past month. This included overeating, eating junk foods, or not eating. Many of them said it happened weekly. They also said it made them feel sluggish, lazy, disappointed in themselves, and/or irritable. The good news is that I have a few tips below to stop stress from getting in the way of your results when it comes to food. But before I get into the tips, it’s ....

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  • What’s a “moderate” portion of pizza anyway?

    Moderation doesn’t work Heads up, Wende, I’ve got some controversial news for you today – but hang with me! “Moderation” is one of the biggest buzzwords in wellness right now. But guess what? It doesn’t work … Because almost everyone does it wrong. The fact is, what looks like “moderation” to one person might be something completely different for someone else. For food, your definition of “moderate” can depend on what you grew up eating, your current eating habits, or even your mood. Just as one example: what’s a ....

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  • The rollercoaster ride you don’t want to be on…

    Get off the yo-yo rollercoaster Good morning, Wende, Have you ever been here before? Something sparked you to set a new health and fitness goal that you were REALLY excited about. Maybe you: stepped on the scale after the holidays had a big event coming up (reunion, wedding, vacation, etc.) were unhappy with the results from your latest doctor’s visit watched an inspiring movie … or were wowed by someone else’s transformation or even had some kind of wake-up call So you committed to clean up your eating, start exercising, and/or make some BIG CHANGES when it comes to your self-care. And then ....

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  • The one hurdle between you and your goals

    #1 enemy of your goals Good morning, Test, If you could call out the #1 enemy of your goals, what would it be? There are so many to choose from: Not having enough time Lack of support Not knowing what to do Your genetics Pizza The list goes on and on! But what if I told you that none of those things are actually your enemy. (Seriously!) That’s because … drumroll … the number one thing standing in between you and your goals is: YOU! We can ALL get in our own way from time to time. Here are just a few ways we let it happen: You ....

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  • Your new favorite cookie recipe

    No-Bake Cookie Recipe Ruby, are you a fan of no-bake cookies? Soooo good! But have you ever seen the original recipe? Talk about fat and sugar bombs … whoa! Not anymore … I’ve got a healthified version for you that’s a lot less sugar, and – bonus – it’s loaded with fiber and antioxidants. PLUS (most importantly) these cookies taste DELICIOUS! NOTE: I use a little less honey when I make these, but my taste buds are used to less sugar. You can start with this amount and adjust the next time you make them (because there will be a next time!). If you want a deep dark ....

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  • She emailed me in a panic…

    Setting realistic goals Good morning, Ruby, Every once in a while, I get a panicked email or call from someone who wants to 1.) lose three dress sizes before their daughter's wedding next month, 2.) lower their cholesterol down x points before their next doctor's appointment a month from now, or 3.) get ready for a marathon in two months. Don’t get me wrong: Those are all important goals … but they absolutely are not possible (at least in a healthy and sustainable way) in only a month or two! Plus, they are super punishing and create a ton of stress. You deserve more than that. The fact is, there’s one ....

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  • 6 ways to set yourself up for big wins

    Set your life up for success Good morning, Test, A few years ago, whenever I got stressed/too busy, I used to do this thing that blows my mind now. I used to be in the “ignore it and push through it” club. By that I mean, I’d take the stress/overwork hit, but just keep going. I’d tell myself: “I’ll deal with this later.” And I was super proud of myself – because you know what? I could take it. But even though I was able to handle the actual work … I didn’t always manage the stress. Well … guess what? Eventually, one way ....

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  • Motivation hack inside…

    Your brain is hardwired for novelty Good morning, Wende, Today I have one of my favorite assignments for you … it’s to set a goal bucket list! Not a forever bucket list, but one for the rest of this year. Doing this will help you SKYROCKET your motivation... Because your brain is hardwired to like new, fun, and different things. When you try something new – or take up a new challenge – it fires up the “feel good” part of your brain. This is a pretty nifty hack to keep your motivation levels high. Here it is: factor “novelty” into your goal equation! When ....

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  • A healthy dip you’ll actually love

    Appetizer Recipe: White Bean Dip Good morning, Ruby - Looking for a healthy dip for your entertaining? This recipe is a delicious place to start – not only is it tasty, but it’s packed with protein and fiber, which can help fill you up and keep you feeling satisfied. Serve this with sliced veggies (peppers, carrots, celery, broccoli, etc.) and/or pita chips. This recipe is super adaptable. Experiment with herbs you have on-hand – basil, Italian, or even fresh parsley would be great choices! You can even spice it up with a dash of sriracha if you want. TIP: Make this at least an hour before serving. ....

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