In elementary school, we did a play called “You Are What You Eat”. The song went, “You are what you eat from your head to your feet, so be sure to eat what’s good for you…” or something like that. You can see by this “Blue Jeans Pain Scale” that I first published in 2010 that I’ve had this eating issue for some time now. Basically, the skinnier I was, the more bad stuff I thought I could eat until it all caught up with me. Number one on the pain scale are jeans from high school that I would wear when I went dancing at those country places that were popular in 1993. I still have those jeans in my closet. I never plan to wear them again. I just plan to see if I can ever fit back into them.
You can find Sean’s Fitness 101 Facebook page HERE. I am going to help him update it from time to time, so you KNOW I would LOVE to see you over there! I plan on finding humorous exercise-y things to post there, as well as recipes. See you there?
Sean Millhouse is the program director and owner of Fitness 101. He is also a partner in Northwest Personal Training Center (Northwest Houston’s largest Personal Training Facility). Sean and his businesses have helped more than 3500 clients meet their goals through the development of healthy fitness and eating habits.
Sean has been an ACE certified Personal Trainer for 14 years and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Houston- Downtown. Through ACE, he is also an Advanced Health and Fitness Specialist.
Through his multiple Personal Fitness Programs…Sean has worked with several local celebrities and successful business owners in the Northwest Houston area. His focus is on helping people who have lost control of their lives. Sean teaches that if we start practicing moderation, we can achieve balance and live a healthy lifestyle.
To help change lives through fitness…Sean offers his knowledge for lunch and learn opportunities, health and fitness seminars, and various charity functions.
Sean also publishes a Blog at www.fitness-101.com and weekly e-newsletter “Fit For Life” that help readers stay current with health and fitness topics. Archived articles are available on the blog.