Congratulations! You have taken the first step to getting in shape for your upcoming wedding day. This can be such a stressful, yet fun time in your life. But finding time to workout can be difficult. Alas, we have 5 quick, yet intense workouts that will tone and tuck so you look gorgeous on your big day!
Have you ever wondered whether or not you should spend the extra money on organic foods? I know I have. With summer quickly approaching, many of us will soon have access to a plethora of fruits and vegetables. Let's talk about the ones you should buy organic.
As a personal trainer, I often get asked which is better: treadmill or elliptical? And while I personally am not a fan of the elliptical, I do see the benefits for some. Let’s break down the pros and cons and figure out which would work best for you.
Growing up, pretty much my only experience with peas were the sad, mushy guys found in the canned goods aisle of the grocery store. They were okay (and a cheap and easy way to make sure my parents could get some veggies into us kids), but it wasn't until I had farm-fresh peas for the first time that I realized a fresh, sweet, bright green pea in the spring can almost be a religious experience! They are bursting with flavor and nutrients and can be used in so many ways—I encourage you to hop on the pea train!
Though inherently different workouts, there is no need to define yourself as either a runner or a yogi. Together they make a super-charged workout. Integrate these yoga postures into your next post-run regimen and you're sure to bring some much needed balance back into your life.
Grain bowls are one of my favorite meals. A perfect balance of carbs, fats, and protein, they're the best way to get a lot of flavor and nutrients in one dish. Plus, they're hearty and filling. There's nothing better on a cool spring day.
So what are we waiting for? Let's build a bowl!
I'm pretty adventurous when it comes to foods. I'm always ready to dive fork-first into a new item I find on the store shelf. But even considering my culinary weird streak, I was pretty skeptical when I first heard about the concept of black bean brownies.
When you have a race or other athletic event on the calendar, you follow a training regimen to prepare yourself. But are you equally intentional about the food you consume leading up to the big day?
This guide explains the why, who, what, and when of healthy carbohydrate-loading before a race. And it's not all garlic bread, pasta, and potatoes!
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