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The holiday season is officially here and chances are your calendar is already full of parties and family gatherings. A lot of times, eating and drinking play a center role in said celebrations. However, what’s good for our taste buds is not always good for our waistlines.Go to Page
Thanksgiving officially kicks off the start of the holiday season, bringing with it plateful after plateful of food. It’s hard to say no to dishes we may only get to enjoy at the holidays, so it’s all about finding balance.Go to Page
Go to the gym. Do 30 minutes of cardio. Stretch. Go home. Repeat. Sound familiar?
As with many other things in life, we tend to get comfortable and set in a workout routine. For many of us, that routine includes cardio and cardio only. Getting your heart pumping has undeniable benefits, but did you ever wonder what you were missing out on by not strength training?Go to Page
Halloween candy binges, brightly-colored leaves and daylight savings time pretty much sum up the first few weeks of November. While it’s perfectly healthy to admire the leaves, all that candy and early evening darkness isn’t so great for our fitness routines.Go to Page
If you survived high school gym class, chances are you tangled with the push-up a time or two. Turns out those gym teachers were on to something. This basic fitness move is worth adding to your routine; it will help tone your upper body as well as engage your core.Go to Page
By the looks of grocery store shelves, you’d probably hardly notice any other produce is season during the fall except for pumpkin. Seriously, what haven’t they put pumpkin into? However, if you push past all the pumpkin displays, you’ll discover fall has a whole lot of fresh produce you can add to your plate.Go to Page
As humans, we are pretty much programmed to be creatures of habit. We find comfort in eating the same foods and doing the same exercises day-in and day-out. However, from time-to-time, most of us get bored with routine.Go to Page
An apple a day keeps the doctor away… or at least that’s how the saying goes. Throughout the month of October, you may find it a bit easier to follow this age-old advice. Not only are apples in peak season, it’s National Apple Month.Go to Page
Time, or rather the lack of, is probably one of the biggest factors that impact a person’s ability to fit a trip to the gym into their day. Busy schedules and commitments aside, you can always make use of everyday activities to up your calorie burn.Go to Page
According to the USDA, 93% of Americans think breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, only 44% of people are actually eating breakfast every day. I suppose we could attribute the discrepancy to years and years of our mothers’ voices telling us the former is true. Well, it’s time to actually start listening, especially since September is Better Breakfast Month.Go to Page