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I travel so often that I sometimes wonder why I even pay rent. It’s not uncommon for me to unpacked suitcases from multiple trips, and random boarding passes stuffed into compartments of my purse. I rarely have a fully stocked fridge, and I’ve seen more airports and train stations in the...Read more
I’m writing this from my new desk, in my new office, in my new home…in California. With the exception of this desk, a chair, and chubby little bulldog on my lap, the room is essentially empty. Last week, I loaded everything I own into cardboard boxes, and made my...Read more
I promise this isn’t going to be one of those annoyingly generic posts that gives you the typical reasons why yoga is good for you. I mean, obviously it’s good for you-so are broccoli and fish oil. But we don’t always do things that are good for us, do...Read more
In the week that I’ve been doing this Whole30, I’ve found that I am much more excited to cook than usual. Although I normally eat pretty clean, I don’t think I’ve gone 30 days without wine since I was pregnant with Isaac. That’s almost 7 years, folks. So, saying...Read more
I like wine. And by like, I mean I have an affinity for it so strong that I almost don’t want to admit it. I’m not a lush by any means, as I will always stop drinking once I can no longer appreciate the depth and the breadth of...Read more
I’ve got good news, and bad news. The good news is I am going to share two autumnal recipes with you that have a comfort food effect while still considering your waistline. The bad news is that I ate all the pumpkin bread. (Sorry, not sorry.) Pumpkin Bread Since I...Read more
mod·er·a·tion [mod-uh–rey-shuhn] noun: the quality of being moderate; restraint; avoidance of extremes or excesses; temperance. This is the story about how I went from crazy to crazier and ended up just a little crazy. I call that progress. I have lived my entire life in a toxic, self loathing relationship with my body. I grew up chubby, with a...Read more
Fitness & lifestyle coach, writer, veteran, and mom, Neghar Fonooni is passionate about empowering women through strength.
A Los Angeles native with 16 years experience in the fitness industry, Neghar's mission is to help women worldwide recognize their worth, own their power, prioritize self-care, and live their bliss. She uses movement as a gateway to encourage women to get in touch with their bodies, and mindset practice as a means to get in touch with their hearts.
An unabashed scifi and fantasy nerd, Neghar snorts when she laughs and loves lifting weights, yoga, red wine, dark chocolate, travel, fashion, and reading and collecting books. She resides in Venice, California with her son, Isaac, and her two silly Bulldogs.
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