Correcting common weight loss mistakes: Journaling for healthy diet goals, getting better sleep, eating nutrient rich foods and more.
Walking is the simplest and most accessible form of exercise available to us. Humans have been doing it for centuries and our bodies and minds thrive when we walk more.
There’s nothing wrong with using a turn of the year to motivate change. Whether health and fitness is already part of everyday life for you or not, you can restart and reset any time!
Easily cut 500 calories from your diet every day! You don’t have to feel deprived when you do some easy meal swaps.
Our version of the party-friendly, fresh-baked lasagna features whole-wheat pasta nestled between layers of ground turkey, spinach, mushrooms, crushed tomatoes, low-fat mozzarella and fat-free cottage cheese.
Here’s a festive yet very healthy side dish for any holiday meal. Serve this ginger soup prior to the rest of the dishes and you’ll be sure to be satisfied!
The holidays present some challenges for all of us, here’s 16 ways to stay calm, eat well and maintain your health.
Highly processed foods and foods with sugar are not good for our health, but we need healthy sugar for our brain, kidneys, muscles and heart.
Here are some great options for getting good sugars and carbohydrates in this week’s recipe for a simple, tasty and healthy kale salad.
Music has the ability to affect our moods, change how we perceive the world, inspire us to move and be more positive.
M.S. CSCS – Kinesiology and Athletics
ACSM Health and Fitness, Personal Training
TRX Master Trainer
Crossfit I and II
Zumba I and II
Pilates, Bosu, more
“Results happen when exercise, nutrition and good life habits work together.
Achievement happens when fitness is fun, accessible and functional.”