“Honey, where is our money?” I overhear a woman ask her husband on my Delta flight bound to Atlanta. She’s scrolling through her phone, and I assume their bank account was hacked. I am wrong. The conversation heats up, and it becomes clear that the husband has been spending their money on large discretionary items […]
Complete Transformation Magazine is Omaha's #1 Online Resource for Everything Health & Wellness
Complete Transformation Magazine is Omaha's #1 Online Resource for Everything Health & Wellness.
Complete Transformation is a health and wellness publication providing education and information on fitness and overall well-being through mind, body and soul. The magazine highlights member successes from local fitness facilities, educates about basic health and fitness principals, highlightes local gyms and wellness facilities and provides reader’s an insight into the latest and best health practices in the Omaha market.
In addition to sharing the stories of amazing transformations that happen every day, Complete Transformation also features nutrition and recipes; style and beauty; columns written by local physicians, dietitians and nutritionists; and tips from personal trainers and coaches as well as offers and discounts from local vendors. These stories are complemented by high-quality photography showcasing the results individuals achieve by combining the best health practices with a solid and consistent exercise and nutrition program.
“The basic thing we need to do is forgive ourselves for forgetting that we are divine. That is the real message to open up the channel for our return to Spirit.” – John-Roger From the moment we’re born, we begin to form limiting beliefs and judgments about ourselves, about life and our safety. We hear […]
Chances are, we have all had those moments in life when we have felt a little cowardly. Maybe a situation quickly escalated beyond our control and we felt like our only option was to retreat. To quit. To walk away. I know I’ve done it. Maybe the situation became something we never imagined it could […]
Sometimes you meet someone and you know they were put in your life for a reason. I remember when I first met Alicia Fechtmeister; we were both standing outside Armbrust YMCA and I commented on how amazing she looked. I had seen her around the Y and noticed she was working hard: it was […]
April showers not only bring May flowers but also brings awareness to the issue of alcohol use. April is National Alcohol Awareness Month; bringing attention to the most widely used substance in the United States. 17.6 million people suffer from some form of an alcohol use disorder while many more engage in risky drinking patterns […]
Lately, I have done more reflecting on life than I remember doing in the past. Although my birthday is approaching in a few months, it is not a “milestone” birthday and nothing significant seems to have triggered this sudden look into my past. So, that’s not it. Although, the only thing that seems to have […]
Punch Fitness Photos by Loren Winkler, LCW Productions Imagine waking up an extra two hours early just to stretch your legs to start your day. Or remembering to take 12 different medications daily to help fight inflammation, severe pain and swelling in all your joints. Now imagine you are 12 years old with the above […]
Does the following situation sound familiar? You are sitting outside with your dog and a person and their dog walk by. Your dog, we’ll call him Frank, well Frank starts barking like mad and about to pull your arm off lunging at them. You get Frank near you and say “its okay, shhhh, its okay” […]
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference. One of the greatest fears we have on the deepest level is that of losing control. There is a belief embedded in the unconscious of many of us that we […]
Excluding skin cancers, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates 95,270 new cases of colon cancer in the U.S. in 2016. Now for some good news: the death rate (the number of deaths per 100,000 people per year) from […]