Meal replacement shakes are prevalent in our go, go, go busy world we live. Everyone wants a quick and convenient way to get in some calories, and many ekive this is a key to help them reach their weight loss goals. There are some pros and cons to meal replacement shakes or bars.
I’m about to get real personal...you don't have to answer out loud, but think about this question: do you ever have gas? Like rumble- in-your-tummy, trying-to hold-it-in-but-it’s-really-uncomfortable gas? Even if you said no, I know you’re lying! We've all been there.
There’s a specific part of your body that you might be neglecting… and it’s probably not what you think! I’m talking about your gut; not that part that hangs over your swimsuit, I mean your innards, your tummy, your gut health! A highly marketable area these days in the supplement ails at the grocery store, probiotics are all the rage.
Are you eating the wrong thing before you workout?
I think by now most of us know that we should fuel priorly before a workout, especially when we know its going to be a tough one! As much as we need to fuel, there are things you should and shouldn’t eat before a workout.
Let’s face it: Workout attire, especially the super-comfortable, easy-to-love (and wear 24/7) yoga pants, is pretty much the best clothing category ever created. It’s evident in the fact that athleisure — the act of wearing casual and comfortable clothing designed for exercise — has become a fashion trend in its own right.
America loves fast food, and that’s not something most of us are proud of.
According to a 2013 report from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Americans consumed about 11.3 percent of their total calories from fast food from 2007 to 2010. That’s a lot of hamburgers, fries, and milkshakes.
Pilates is a totally perfect exercise to cure chronic back pain... I almost hesitate using the word "cure", but it's the truth, it can cure it! I work with clients on regular basis that struggle with back pain from a variety of sources. I tell them that you can't have a strong front without a strong back and they both work together to keep your trunk strong and pain free.
Keeping fit isn’t easy. Despite how easy the media makes it seem, it takes time, commitment, effort, and discipline. While this does come easier to some people than others, it still takes work. It is important to make working out and exercising a part of your daily routine so that way, it’s like second nature and you just do it by habit.
Make a few simple changes to what you eat, what you do, and how you exercise to go from flab to fab.
The official start of summer is about ten weeks away but if you aren’t in tip-top shape just yet there’s no need to worry. Why? Because by making a few simple changes to what you eat, what you do, and how you exercise, you can go from flab to fab in about a month.