We shouldn’t wait for weight gain or an alarming doctor’s visit to seriously consider what we are eating and how often we exercise. Reaction is good but prevention is better.
If one were to complete an online search for the definition of the word ‘leverage’, they would encounter quite a mix of descriptions.
The new year is all about a fresh start. #NewYearNewMe floods social media in the beginning of January and all of the hype around setting new goals, forming new habits and practicing new lifestyles is contagious. However, the momentum tends to slow down as February moves into full swing.
Ever feel off your game? Well you are far from alone. Feeling 100% all of the time is impossible! Our bodies are high functioning machines that require frequent tune ups and even more frequent rest periods. With this reality check, it is vital to learn how to bounce back efficiently and effectivity. Drinking more water, …
Supplements can be intimidating. Hands down. They are pitched and practiced by some of the biggest gurus in fitness, however, they do not exclusively belong to those with washboard abs and millions of followers on social media.
Athletes set goals, they achieve their goals and then they set new ones. This is a repetitious cycle for the most advanced of athletes. For those of us that maybe are not quite as strong, fast or fit, it is difficult to look past one, singular goal. Maybe that goal is to lose 25 pounds …
The holiday season is decorated with fabulous foods, fancy wines and more excuses to not exercise daily. These are all obstructions to typical regulatory behaviors, but they do not have to obstruct health and fitness progress.