Fitness and Diet

3 Easy ways to jump-start your Fall calorie burn

Grant Foreman says even brushing your teeth can help keep you toned up.

My good friend just had a Fitbit sent to him by his mom.

He's not a guy I'd imagine being excited about step counting (I'm not) but he's linked into to a whole group of people that are competing to see who gets the most steps, including his mom. 

Abs aren't just sexy, they are also essential to good posture

Grant Foreman works his core.

When I lift up my shirt, I want to see a flat stomach and ideally visible abs maybe even with a little vein or two popping out at the bottom.

Getting there I use more than just crunches that’s for sure!

Choose it or lose it; The excess of modern grocery shopping

Our fitness expert Grant Foreman talks about your eyes being bigger than your stomach.

Last week we talked about simple changes that can be made to your typical daily choices.

These simple alternates can drop an easy 500 calories off your daily intake which will help in the waist line.

Next week will be a review of a new spot in Hillcrest that opened, offering you more of these healthy-alternates.

Take the compliment, you worked hard for it

Small steps in changing your habits, may mean big strides toward your goal.

Getting a good compliment can feed your mood often long after the moment has passed and you’ve slipped out of that great outfit back into your ‘eatin pants.

Putting yourself in the position to receive more comments such as these by taking care of your body feels especially good.

San Diego's Foreman of fitness won't let bad excuses keep you from reaching goals

SDGLN's fitness expert Grant Foreman

We all have needs. 

Some of us need a holding hand, a person that nods their head in agreement, "You're right, the world is unfair and you should keep your head down to dodge any bullets."

Others of us need a hand that pushes; one that pulls us up and then points the way through, not around. 

Can you tell what kind of trainer I might be?

This easy workout can be done in the office

Grant Foreman, fitness and health expert for SDGLN

Last night ended up being way more fun than you imagined.

After making dinner you binge watched Grace and Frankie on Netflix and stayed up until midnight.

This means you slept in this morning which pushed back your in-time at work, and now there is just zero time to leave early for the gym or even leave the office for a run at lunch.

Life happens.

Grant Foreman nourishes his soul in Palm Springs

Grant Foreman guides you through some of the more relaxing parts of Palm Springs

Part of staying healthy, body and mind, is not just being active through movement but by providing ourselves with new opportunities to find appreciation in the moment.

Travel is an easy way to accomplish both of these aspects, and with so many fun excursions so close to San Diego, now is the time to hit the road.

Show off your arms this summer

Grant Foreman, fitness and health expert for SDGLN

If you're even remotely San Diegan at this point, from wherever you jumped ship from, I bet you have a tank-top or twelve that will be busted out soon! 

Personally I almost give up on shirts completely, taking full advantage of any opportunity to wear less clothes. 


Grant Foreman, fitness and health expert for SDGLN

“Never allow waiting to become habit. Live your dreams and take risks. Life is happening now.” ~Anonymous

How do I write a fitness article in the face of our community receiving such a blow; so many faces that could easily be our own? I don’t.

I write about LIFE.

I write about living with greater savor in moment. That’s a good place to start at least.