Monday, September 22, 2014


Summer came, and that meant brand new pictures! Yes, a shorter hair cut to match my slim and trim figure -and a renewed dedication to "excellence in all things."

My promise to you remains the same -- whatever your fitness goals may be, and where ever you are, I'm here for you.  I'll custom craft your very own personal fitness program that meets your needs and your budget.  You don't have to be a celebrity to have your very own celebrity fitness trainer -- that's ME!

Call me or email me and you and I will have a chat about what you want and what you need. The consultation is 100% free, and together, you and I will chart a course to your success!

Eager to hear from you.

Felicia Lawson

New Pics, New Hair Style....same great personal fitness training!

It was time to get new pictures to go with my new hair style.  Here are two of the new shots. Let me know if you like them!

Friday, September 12, 2014


Yes, it's hot in Los Angeles, and I still see folks out jogging in the mid day sun as if they were either mad dogs or Englishmen.  Dangerous?

Well, could be -- here are some friendly guidelines for staying fit and healthy but not simply to look good in your casket after you drop dead from heatstroke or dehydration

If the temperature is lower than 80 F you don't have to take extra precaution, but when the temperature gets above 80F you put your self at risk. The higher the humidity, the higher the danger.

If the temperature gets between 85 and 91,  you must exercise extreme caution.
If the temperature is over 91, go to a movie in an air conditioned movie theater, stuff your face with popcorn

make out in the balcony.

Or stay home and make out ON the balcony! :-)

  You can always get in your outdoor exercise in the cool of the early evening..

No matter what the temperature, always make sure you drink plenty of water. I shouldn't have to remind you of that, but a few fluid ounces of prevention is worth several liters of cure.

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