With the vast amount of exercise tools and ever-evolving workout routines, it's easy to find new and exciting ways to workout with traditional gym equipment.
I bet you are looking for a fresh new cardio workout, aren't you? By applying HIIT (High Interval Intensity Training) to your workouts, you will definitely see more bang for your fitness buck!
It wasn’t until recently that I understood America’s obsession with football and the Super Bowl. Prior to actually learning the rules of the game, the Super Bowl was just another social opportunity to indulge in a little too much eats. However, about the time I started to become football literate, I also learned the importance of eating well. All the pro football players have personal chefs and team dietitians who encourage them to eat healthy, so why shouldn’t their fans?
A question I ponder quite frequently is Can I be an expert in nutrition and still indulge? Absolutely!
The foundation of healthy eating is balance and moderation. How better to do so than to balance some "once-in-awhile" ingredients with some "gimme-some-more-of-that" foods in perfectly portioned muffin cups!
Healthy Mac n' Cheese, is it really possible? We've taken a favorite and made a few healthier swaps to make this American classic guilt-free. So ditch the boxed Mac and create your own healthy version from scratch!
Many of us like to partake in a few celebratory drinks to ring in the New Year, but hate the idea of spending New Year's Day nursing a hangover. According to a recent study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. adult population consumes on average about 100 calories from alcohol per day. Though it can be particularly challenging to abstain from alcohol during the holidays, what better way to start out the New Year than keeping off those unwanted pounds. It all adds up! These mocktails are perfect for those who are pregnant this holiday season, yet still want to partake in bubbly.
For most of us, the weekdays are easy because we have a routine: get up, hit the gym, shower and head to work. But on the weekends, the change-up in your routine can either mean a great fitness opportunity or a chance to drink and eat a little too much. If you choose to skip your standard gym workout this weekend, don’t sabotage your long-term goals. Here are five great ways to pump up the fitness in your weekend while also spending time with your friends and family, helping out in the community and taking care of chores.
The holiday season is upon us and along with all the baking and the decorating, that means lots of cookies! While cookies are fine in moderation, occasionally you might want to trade a cookie for a workout.
Nutrition labels…how the heck do you read them? I’d like to think that I’m a fairly educated person, but ask me to read the nutrition label on a box of popcorn, and my brain is reduced to the mental equivalent of garbanzo beans.
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