When it comes to making good choices throughout the holidays, it’s no secret that eating a little less and moving a little more can make all the difference. That being said, it can be hard to motivate yourself or think of ideas when it’s colder than the flipside of Frosty’s… Read More»
It’s no secret that with the change in weather, there comes a change in workout attire. That being said, choosing the exact pieces to wear when the temperatures dip is not always that simple. It can be a struggle to decide what you need and what you don’t need. My… Read More»
Have a fitness lover on your list this year? I’ve got you covered. Some people shy away from giving health-related gifts during the holidays for one reason or another, but I think it can definitely be done. There are plenty of affordable, giftable health and fitness items out there. You… Read More»
The holidays are typically a time of great temptation with all of the fun social events and delicious meals. For many, the term “holiday” means “a period of time when all discipline and fitness routines go out the window”. Instead of spending your time-off on the couch with a jar… Read More»
For some reason, every year as the temperatures drop, so does the ability to motivate ourselves to get that workout in! Knowing this dip in motivation in coming, there are a few things you can do to hold yourself accountable so you don’t miss out on valuable workout time. … Read More»
Even though they have heaps of energy, your kids might also want to cuddle in front of the television instead of sweating it out. It’s about keeping your family motivated to adopt a healthy lifestyle all year round. Here are a few tips for keeping your children active during the winter months.
Nothing rings more true to me than “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” While you may be busy planning your 2014 goals, it’s also important to decide on your fitness plan for 2014. Here are a few things to consider.
There are a lot of myths regarding running in the cold. Some think the icy weather might even freeze their lungs and others just cannot handle the burning sensation experienced when breathing. Running in the cold is not ideal, but these uncomfortable obstacles can be faced and conquered.
Even though you might want to use the freezing winter weather as an excuse for not getting off the couch, there are ways in which you can still reach your fitness goals – even during blustery winters. During the winter, your running prep might call for a bit more planning than usual.