Lacey Stone teaches in person, at Flywheel, on YouTube, one-on-one with her personal training clients — you name it, she does it. And that’s because fitness is her passion. Lacey has also been asked to give her fitness advice to big name brands all over the nation, like Nike, Google, Fitbit, and more. She is one busy lady. So what’s a Day in the Sweat Life like for Lacey? Read on…
Our bodies are pretty amazing machines. And, it’s no surprise to anyone reading here that what we put in our bodies directly influences how we look, feel, and perform. Here are 5 of my favorite foods to keep on hand (to mix and match) for fast snacks or mini meals to keep our bods movin’.
I get asked a lot what a typical day looks like for me, running The Sweat Life, while also being the face of our brand. My consistent answer? There is no typical day. It’s one of the best and worst parts about being an entrepreneur.
My mother always loved telling me the story of my birth. I was two weeks late, and had put her on bed rest towards the end of her pregnancy. The way she always tells it is, that I waited until the moment I was ready and once I decided it was my time to arrive, I came fast and with force. Only two hours after her first contraction, I came tumbling out (literally) doing a twisting backflip on my way into the world — sticking the landing and weighing in at a whopping ten pounds.
Believe it or not, I’m not a girl that practices a lot on my own. I’m more likely drinking a glass of wine at home than foam rolling. I don’t sit in long lunges to open up my hips or roll around a lot on wheels to awaken my spine for deep back bending. I prefer one-on-one training with teachers who have an expertise outside of my own, and I love group classes for the dynamic energy that I find in them.
Our results are evidence of our commitment. If you are wholeheartedly committed to a change, a goal, a solution, you will find it. Getting yourself to a wholehearted YES to your desire, then, is your number 1 priority.
The face is a reflection of the body’s state of being & reveals a blueprint for balance. Containing over 40 muscles and acupoints that restore radiance to the overall appearance, a face workout delivers a ripple effect of nurturing, restorative wellness to the whole being.
I’m a thrill-seeker. There. I said it. For 30 years people have been trying to slap me with that label, and each time I’d insist that, no, I’m really very easy-going. But I can’t hide it anymore. I love going fast. I’m also incredibly slow. I was born with cerebral palsy, a broad range of neuromuscular disorders marked in my case by very stiff and weak muscles.
It is so personal. Why do YOU exercise? Most will say that having a movement practice is one of the cornerstones to a healthy lifestyle based on being in tune with your body on multiple levels. A lifestyle that promotes longevity incorporates all things healthy, including food choices, supplements, and a clean environment - MIND and BODY.