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Newsletter: Getting Fitter Daily

'No thought lives in your head rent free.
- Robert Allen

Getting Fitter Daily!

Imagine if you actually set out to do the things that you wish, plan, want to do every day. Imagine how powerful your life would be. Each day we are faced with countless to opportunities to live our best lives. Make up you mind today to do something that you have always wanted to do but for whatever reason never get around to doing. In this weeks newsletter I have come up with some techniques for the person who just cant seem to get started exercising regularly.My solution--make it fun--exercise throughout your daily routine. Never stop thinking of creative ways to reach your goals !!!!

Enjoy the newsletter and have a blessed week!

Cathy Morenzie

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Feature Article

Getting Fitter While Doing Your Daily Activities.!

If the thought of going to a gym or even booking off time at home to exercise seems too daunting, try this solution: exercise while you go about your daily routine. Its simple, fun, and best of all you won't feel the time crunch.

The Toilet Squat

Every time you go to the washroom do 10-20 squats over the toilet before actually sitting. Squats are good for toning the entire body, especially the legs. See the end of the article for supporting stretches.

Chair Dips

Before sitting down to eat or at your desk, do 10-20 chair dips. Be sure the chair is stable. This is a good exercise to tone the back of your arms. Be sure to stretch after.

Bicep Curls

To strengthen your arms - use your briefcase, grocery bags, water bottle or even baby! Repeat 10-20 times.

The Bathroom Stretch

Perform these stretches while brushing your teeth or your hair, use the toilet seat for the first exercise (hold each one for 30 seconds).

Nutrition Tip of the Week

Keep it Simple

Instead of counting calories and grams of fat; keep it simple:

Exercise of the Week

Exercise Description:

Oblique Crunch

Muscles Worked



  1. Start by placing your left foot over your right knee and place your hands behind your head.
  2. Lift your shoulders up off the ground and twist so that your right elbows tries to touch your left knee.
  3. Return to the starting position and repeat according to the required repetitions.
  4. Repeat with the other side.

About Cathy Morenzie

Cathy Morenzie is a certified personal fitness trainer, fitness instructor, and Pilates instructor. She specializes in providing creative fitness solutions for people on the go. She has trained thousands of clients and trainers over the last 15 years. For more FREE tips like these, contact us or call 416-410-8517 to schedule your complimentary session. Can't fit personal training sessions into your schedule, no problem - try our online personal training and receive the benefits of one-on-one personal training at a fraction of the cost.

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