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.
The holidays can be stressful enough without trying to keep up with a regular exercise schedule, but putting on a few (or 10) pounds is probably not the gift you want to give yourself this year. Keep in mind that staying active will give you more energy and help reduce stress, so it’s well worth the effort!
Some people feed off the energy from their workout playlists and these songs are strategically chosen. Let’s take a look at how you can choose the perfect tunes for your workout.
Walking into your local health and fitness store as a beginner might make you feel overwhelmed. Understanding the basics of exercise equipment will help you make informed decisions to build your home gym according to your personal goals and capabilities. Let’s take a look at how and why you should invest in a resistance band.
The first step in reaching your fitness goals is to actually set them, but what happens after that? Make the best of your fitness journey by holding yourself accountable to these goals. To help you out, we are sharing some tips and tricks for personal accountability.
Whether you are looking to form a group to tackle the gym, go for a walk, or make running a social event, studies have shown working out with others benefits you in a myriad of ways. Finding the perfect group can often be a challenge, so I’ve found it’s easier just to start your own! Be sure to consider the following when putting together your group.
The final days of warm weather are the perfect time to get in touch with your wants and needs, but what if you have screaming toddlers and picky preschoolers to deal with? Here are 4 ways to help you stick to your healthy lifestyle and fitness routine with kids at home!
Anyone who has spent some time with kids, or has little ones of their own, knows that children can be very active and involved in play at a young age. As they grow older, they may have too many other responsibilities at school, lose interest, or worry that they aren’t as good at sports as their peers. Therefore, it is important to teach your kids the importance of staying fit at a young age, so that being active becomes part of their daily routine.
Even though you might be in the mood for feasting on everything in sight, the best way keep fit during barbecues and grill fests is to find balance and practice moderation. Let’s take a look at some healthy picnic ideas for you and your family