You’re a super woman with a super-full schedule that includes work, parent-teacher meetings, dance recitals, cooking dinner, vacuuming up dog hair, piles of laundry and maybe some cuddle time with your better half or that book you’ve been meaning to read (if you’re lucky). It’s normal to miss a workout with that kind of life, isn’t it?
As we celebrate the coming of a new season, we relish the thought of snow melting into greener grass and the weather warming up to the perfect temperatures. With these wonderful changes also comes a chance to rejuvenate; start anew. So whether you kept to your New Year’s resolutions or derailed in week two, my “Spring Into Fitness Guide” will help you start this next cycle on the right foot — and with a little more “spring” in your step this time. Read more →
You store your vitamins in a special cabinet away from the heat and humidity of the kitchen and bathroom. You take them at the same time every day, with a tall glass of water. But did you know there’s a big difference between certain common supplements – one that affects how and when you should take them?
Your gear is packed and on its way to your destination race. You have pre- and post-race food prepped and put in a cool, dry place. And you have healthy snacks on hand for the long road ahead. But aren’t you forgetting something?
When you’re traveling — especially in your car — it can be nearly impossible to drive past those drive-thru restaurants. I get it. They’re quick, easy and offer something for everyone. But the over-valued luxury of not getting out of your car is not worth sacrificing your long-term health and well-being. Put the brakes on our fast-food nation and let me steer you in the right direction!
When an athlete falls in love with a non-athlete…it can be a match made in heaven. But if you’re the athlete in the relationship, it may break your heart to balance training, recovery and quality time with your partner and end up falling short (there aren’t enough hours in the day!). You’ll be happy to know that you can win them over with just a few romantic gestures up your sleeve.
Clothes can be stuffed into a suitcase. Toiletries can be downsized and fit into one-quart baggies. Even a laptop can be packed small and securely. In today’s world, you can travel with everything but the kitchen sink. Oh, wait — you can pack that, too! Snacking out of a suitcase is one way to keep up with your healthy lifestyle, so be sure you’re doing it right with these simple steps.
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