Price Personal Training

Price Personal Training

Keeping you motivated to live a healthy lifestyle! There's a lot of false information on the internet!

I'd like to give you the right information that will help you succeed in your fitness goals. I'll also be keeping you updated on personal training opportunities and fitness events here in Austin!

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 06/03/2022




I had left over bbq chicken so I went that route, but you can add your favorite sauce/ toppings!

Next time I would precook the pita an extra minute or 2, but it still turned out delicious 🤤



First, if you’re feeling pain you should first make an appointment with your doctor. Your achilles may be ruptured and need surgery.

Second, use the RICE method. Rest, ice, compress, elevate. Inflammation may be coming from overuse or increasing use too quickly. Adjust accordingly!

And finally, you can start working on stretching and strengthening the proper muscles along with retraining your gait pattern.

It’s common to assume that if you stretch and strengthen your calves, this will solve the problem, but really Achilles tendonitis is happening because your calves are taking on too much impact. They are working overtime because other muscles aren’t doing their part.

Here are some things you can focus on instead to feel better 🙂

1. Stretch the calves lightly - go slow. The first video is a great active stretch to prepare your ankles before a run or high impact workout.

2. Work on your ankle mobility. The second video is a movement you should work on if you lack dorsiflexion in your foot. If you lack ankle mobility, stop wearing shoes with a large heel and practice walking around your house barefoot more often.

3. Strengthen the tibialis posterior, the muscle that supports your medial arch. If the tibialis posterior is not functioning properly, you will lose foot inversion. When this happens, you’ll collapse into your arch instead of landing on the outer blade of your foot where it can handle high impact. If video 3 is too challenging, you can modify it with a single leg balance for time.

4. Practice the seiza position to improve ankle flexibility. In seiza, you are forced to use your outer calves and glutes. Focus on pushing the heels away and knees apart to recruit the proper muscles. If your ankles feel a lot of tension in the position, you likely don’t use the proper walking and running pattern and need to retrain your gait. This will take time and awareness.

Reach out if you need extra help!


Loving these fitness/health apps lately 💪

Nike running app: You have a coach guiding you throughout your run whether it’s 5 minutes or 10 miles!

Class Pass: You get to try different workouts to figure out what you enjoy. It’s also a great opportunity to get together with friends and have some fun!

Mindful eats: Your watch will buzz you in timed intervals (that you choose) to take a bite. If you find yourself inhaling your food too quickly, this will be a helpful tool for you!


Week 2 of progressive overload! Train with me 😎

Deadlifts - added 2 reps per set. Was sore last week so didn’t push it this week/add weight.
Bench press - added a 3rd set this week
Split squats - added 15lbs, but kept sets / reps the same
Pull up hold - kept the same (was pretty sore last week)
V sit leg raises - added a few reps this week!
Skull crushers - added a 3rd set and crapped out at 6
Bicep curls - added a 3rd set and crapped out at 9


1. You aren’t pushing yourself hard enough during your workout. You can get better results lifting 3x a week hard than 7x a week half ass 🤷🏻‍♀️
2. You sit all day. No movement = no calories burned. So sad.
3. You’re mindlessly taking extra bites throughout the day. It adds up! For example, cleaning your kids plate, have a piece of candy at work, nibbling while cooking dinner..
4. You’re staying up too late. This can make you crave to eat for energy to stay awake. Just go to bed 😊
5. You have an all or nothing mindset. Look out for sabotaging thoughts like “I might as well” or “I should / shouldn’t” they aren’t helpful!

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 05/12/2022

Decision fatigue is REAL 😅

If you find yourself not knowing what to eat or scrolling through your door dash app feeling guilty and indecisive - start planning ahead!

Having those healthy foods ready and accessible is a game changer.

You don’t have to eat out of Tupperware 24/7 to get results, but prepping a few items in advance can be VERY HELPFUL!


Join me for 4 weeks of consistent progressive overload!

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve actually followed a program, but I’m ready to get back into it!

The combination of eating more food and lifting consistently will help me with my goal of improving my energy, strength, endurance, and body composition!

If you want to join me on this journey, I’m happy to share any modifications or adjustments you might need - just personal message me or comment below! 💪


Try my delicious cucumber salad! It takes no cooking skills and you can whip it together in just a couple minutes for a healthy side to any meal 😋


Deadlifting (the hinge movement pattern) is one of the most challenging to learn.

I always hear the same cues:
•Hips back
•Chest up
•Bend and snap 🤣

Here’s a few new things to think about when deadlifting:
•Maintain sway in back
•Squeeze a lemon on your armpit
•Leg press away from the floor
•Belly button over the floor is another good one!

I hope it helps you connect to the proper muscles and get the most out of your lifts! 💪💯


Just a reminder to DO YOU!

Quit worrying about what your favorite Instagram influencers are eating or how Jennifer Anniston exercises.

You will never look like someone else. Your genetics are specific to you.

And don’t even get me started on the smoke and mirrors Hollywood and Instagram uses to trick you.

You can actually find interviews of celebrities at their “most fit self” admitting what they did to get there was NOT HEALTHY or sustainable.

So just keep doing YOUR best. And quit worrying about what “they’re doing” 😊💪


Not all workouts need to kick your ass. Movement is fun. 😎🤸🏻‍♀️

What’s your favorite summer activity?!



Happy Friday! Let’s start this weekend off with a bang 💥


Neck pain relief


Neck pain relief


Neck pain? Try these active stretches for relief!

(My reaction to rolling my shoulders though) 😅😂

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 04/26/2022

Let me first note that processed foods are hard to stop eating because they are scientifically formulated to taste delicious and light up our brains with pleasure. You are not weak or lacking will power if you overeat them.


Knowing this, it’s important to have a strategy for eating these foods in moderation.

These 2 strategies have worked really well for me and for clients who have struggled with this!

Learning to make peace with all foods will result in you feeling happier, more in control, and more likely to stick with your healthy diet long term!


To solve your own problems, avoid zooming in on the minor details and try zooming out on the big picture.

We often get caught up in the little things that don’t really matter. In fitness many times this sounds like:

-What time of day should I eat?
- Should I do cardio before or after lifting?
- Can I eat fruit?
- Can I eat after 7pm?
- How many reps should I do?
- Can I eat this?
- Should I be running?

These little details are insignificant. Instead focus on the BIG PICTURE

- Eating mostly whole foods
- Exercising regularly
- Moving your body is ways you enjoy
- Eating when hungry and stopping at satisfied
- Pushing yourself when you can and holding back when your body needs rest

Don’t overthink it! 😬🙃


Make a quick and delicious breakfast with me!

To make this vegan try your favorite vegan protein powder or powdered peanut butter 💪

I’m using fiber one cereal which looks like rabbit food, but it’s actually really good! And crunchy (I’m a texture gal) 😬

(I also want to note that this is a perfect snack for me, but it’s not quite enough food for a meal so I’ve been adding 2 boiled eggs to help keep me full until lunch)

Watch this reel by pricepersonaltraining on Instagram 04/21/2022

Watch this reel by pricepersonaltraining on Instagram


Rachel’s form and hair were too perfect. I had to take a video🤣🤩

Practice makes perfect! Keep working hard fit fam!

Watch this reel by pricepersonaltraining on Instagram Erin Price shared a post on Instagram: “Form and hair were TOO GOOD. Had to take a video! 😎 …” • Follow their account to see 152 posts.


If you’re thinking:
“Nah, it’s too late for me”
“I’m too far gone”
“What’s the point?”
“I missed my chance”
“I’ve already tried and failed”

Don’t keep delaying.
It’s never too late.
I’m sure you wish you started earlier, but you’re not dead.
Start NOW! 😁


Happy Friday! Here’s a full body workout for ya - enjoy! 😎

For videos check out my Instagram account


Watch this video to learn how to do a GOATA squat - I’ll share some tips I’ve learned from the

Move your body how it was designed to move.

Stay healthy and stay fit for life😎🤙🏻


Think about your job. How confident did you feel year 1? How about year 5?

Think about being a parent. How confident did you feel year 1 vs. year 5?

Think about anything in your life that’s been hard, but worth sticking with. Your health and fitness journey is no different.

You’ll look back in 5 years and be amazed how much progress you can make if you just keep going!

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 04/07/2022

Studies have shown that we are complex human beings 🤣

We need to have SOME challenge and stimulation to motivate us, but not so much that we say "F this, I'm out" 🙅🏻‍♀️

Part of success is finding your sweet spot! Swipe through for some examples.....

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 04/03/2022

It seems like people either avoid fat because of it’s high calorie content or they think it’s healthy so they can eat as much as they want.

Just like with anything in life, there’s usually a happy medium 😊

If added to your diet properly, fat will keep you full and satisfied in the best way. Allowing you to go about your day without getting hangry or thinking about food non-stop.


Here’s a great example:
An egg-white omelette with veggies may be lower in calories, but will it keep you full for hours? Probably not. Which means you’ll likely eat back those saved calories by grabbing for a snack mid morning since you won’t feel full and satisfied anymore.

By adding some fat - using whole eggs, a little cheese, and veggies in your omelette, you will likely stay full and satisfied for hours. So, even though you’re eating more calories at breakfast, you won’t be reaching for a snack later in the day and won’t feel hangry - which is a great feeling! 😬

Photos from Price Personal Training's post 03/29/2022

Tracking progress is an important part of your fitness journey, but you’re not limited to just tracking your weight, measurements, and photos!

That’s why I’m sharing few more ways to track your progress that you may not have considered.

The goal is to keep you feeling motivated and excited - like you can do this thing! 🤗👏

So, if you’re feeling defeated or like a failure because the scale won’t budge, try putting your energy into something else.

Something more positive.

Mix it up and try one of these instead.


If you don’t like veggies, you’re not doing it right!

You don’t need to eat raw or steamed veggies to be “healthy”. Just add a little olive oil, your favorite seasonings, (can’t go wrong with salt + pepper) and toss them in the oven or air fryer.

Then eat’em up because life’s too short to eat bland veggies 😋

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