Despite a freakish May snowfall here at Anytime HQ, summer has pretty much arrived for most of us in North America. It’s the time of year when everyone wants to be outside biking, hiking, running, golfing, swimming, gardening, grilling, or whatever your chosen activity may be.
It’s all-too-easy to skip the gym on days like these. But we’re here to set you straight. Turns out that now might just be the very best time to get in the gym. Self-serving? Most assuredly. But that doesn’t make it any less true! Allow us to explain.
Let's face it, we are all creatures of habit. We love eating certain foods often and frequently. Heck, a while back I went through a string cheese phase and man could you see it in my diet tracker. To make things easier for you, we thought it would be a good idea to show you how to create a custom meal and how to add it to your diet tracker!
Let's be honest...there will ALWAYS be a reason why you can skip the gym, bail on that jog, or reach for that fistful of fatty food rather than the healthier option we know is better for us. These are the very reasons that most of us fight not on a weekly basis... nor daily... Nor hourly! I'm talking a MINUTELY basis. That's how often a majority of people are thinking about all the excuses not to take care of themselves and be active.
I love to make banana bread. It's one of the best ways to use up those "too ripe to eat" bananas. Plus it's delicious with my morning cup of joe! However, my specific banana bread is not in the Anytime Health Diet Tracker. And if I had to bet, I would guess that your recipe is not in there either. So let's learn how to add it in, shall we?
We're all busy. Whether you're working 8+ hour shifts, or are trying to get your kids to all their activities, there are days where finding time for healthy eating and exercise aren't going to happen. So we've pulled together 14 awesome tools to help ensure your health never takes a backseat. Are you ready?
Most people understand the basics of gym etiquette, like bringing a pair of clean gym shoes, wiping off the equipment when done, and not taking away from the quality of another's workout by using multiple pieces of gym equipment at peak times. Sometimes those rules are broken, and usually people are quick to recognize when an obvious gym etiquette has been broken. However, there is an unspoken set of workout etiquette, rarely mentioned, and these violations are good examples of what not to do in the gym.
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