“Per corpus ad mentum” is a Latin phrase that translates roughly to “through the body to the mind.” This phrase is the cornerstone of Jared Kelsey’s training philosophy. Jared believes that training doesn’t have to be about being competitive; he chooses instead to focus on how keeping the body in motion works to keep both the body and the mind healthy. With a BS in biology, Jared is fascinated by the intersection of kinesiology and physiology. It is likely that while working out with Jared you’ll not only hear which muscles you’re working, but also how the movement of those muscles will have beneficial downstream effects on the other systems in your body. In his off time, Jared is a total nerd at heart. He loves reading, gardening, fishing, bird watching, and knitting. Train with Jared and get a great work out and a science lesson all in one! Double whammy!!!
Monthly Archives: September 2015
Here at Honest, we believe that major transformation happens—inside and out—when we respect our bodies. That means that every Honest Trainer has the same goal: to help you reach your fitness goals via a life-long, sustainable program… not a quick fix. We know that the key to a fitness program that works is honoring and respecting your own body, and working with your trainer to make sure you can safely and sustainably keep up a habit of activity for the long haul. Here are a few ways to make sure you’re getting the training your body needs right now:
Everyone’s needs for rest are different, and finding the sweet spot for the perfect amount of workout recovery can be a challenge. It’s easy to find one-sized-fits-all guidelines, but it’s worth it to slow down and listen to your body to find out how much (and what kind of) recovery you need. Remember—the truth about exercise is that you don’t make changes in your body when you work out—you make progress when you recover from the workout! Here, we share a few ways to find your personal workout recovery solution.
Everybody has heard the common wisdom that you should consume the majority of your calories and carbohydrates early in the day. On the surface, this makes sense: It seems like consuming your carb and calorie dense meals earlier in the day will give you more time to burn those calories off. Turns out it’s not that simple.
We are so excited to introduce our newest indoor cycling instructor Sarah Spella, fitness pro, proud mama, and teacher with Portland Public Schools. Starting on September 9, Sarah will be teaching Wednesday and Friday morning spinn at 5:30 am—perfect for all you weekday warriors who want to knock out a killer workout to kick off your day. (Honest Family bonus points? She’s Coach Em’s sister!)