Started a new class but haven’t seen progress? Have you reached a plateau and are no longer seeing results like you once were? This can be discouraging and frustrating, and many times can lead to poor decision making like crash dieting, dangerous workouts or giving up.
Maintaining muscle mass should be a top priority once you hit your third and fourth decade of life. Age-related muscle loss, also known as sarcopenia, becomes common as we get older. Less muscle leads to reduced strength levels, issues with mobility, and a higher risk of injury.
inBalance is always helping you become the healthiest version of yourself, but did you know we are also helping you remain stress-free? Exercise is one of the best ways to relieve stress! Check out why and what you can do to get the benefits, as seen on Great Day SA!
Remember those college days of eating ramen noodles and spaghetti-o’s? Not the healthiest choices but they were cheap and easy right? With so many college students that are more indul about healthy eating and keeping the freshman 15 at bay, there are plenty of ways to eat healthy without leaving your dorm room.
We all see the benefits of working out...we feel good, our clothes fit better, our skin looks better… But the workout itself is just part of the equation. What you do before and after your workout can affect your progress, your goals, and your overall health.
The word “diet” has such a bad rap… and rightfully so. No one wants to starve themselves or cut out entire food groups just to lose a few pounds. Losing weight starts from creating lifestyle changes that are incorporated into your everyday life.
Considering how much time, effort, and energy you put into your workouts, you want to feel confident that your hard work is paying off. But even an exercise veteran can fall victim to improper alignment and muscle recruitment when exercising. “It’s challenging to know where your body is in space,” says Katie Mann, San Diego-based club Pilates master trainer.
We all know by now that we need to eat more veggies, and salads make that easier….thowo some veggies in a bowl, add some dressing and BAM: a veggie centric meal. But, problem is, we often end up starving an hour after eating a salad. Here is how to construct the perfect salad that's both filling and healthy.