I’ve been athletic my whole life. I was born moving. I derive energy from movement–physical, mental, and emotional energy. The times in my life when I have deprived myself of opportunities to move have been the times of deepest suffering. When I was 24 was one of those times. I had become a prominent chef in one of the best restaurants in Louisville, and was not exercising. I had “dedicated” my time to becoming a great chef, and was working continually. I gained a bunch of weight and felt miserable.
Success is a journey, not a destination. And Coaching by G is about being there for you throughout your journey. In this blog, Coach Giulia not only shares fitness training and nutrition tips, but motivation and personal stories for inspiration.
My clients are the best. But, because this isn’t a Group Workout type of gym, they may not get the opportunity to meet some of the other amazing people who train with me…. continue reading »
I was attending an event for one of my athletes the other day; cheering them on and seeing them in action is really meaningful. While I was watching, someone else on the team came up to me to ask me a question…. continue reading »
We’re four weeks out from the beginning of the CrossFit Open; I am reflecting on almost a year of training in preparation for this event. Anyone familiar with my journey knows that the last two years have been a time of transformation … continue reading »
I have some exciting plans, and I want you to join me! The holidays are right around the corner. This year, let’s get ready for them together. Staying healthy through the holidays is possible with mindful preparation. Let’s be AWARE together…. continue reading »
“I AM SO STRESSED!!!!!!!!!” When stress accumulates (and it does—all stress is cumulative—work, relationship, training loads), how do you continue to live TOWARD your best self, and how you want to feel?… continue reading »
Over the last 20 years, we’ve seen golf evolve from a “chess game” with players of all shapes and sizes competing to now a lot more lean players incorporating strength and conditioning into their routine…. continue reading »