Working out can make you feel younger, give you energy and shape a great looking physique. But, no matter how healthy we eat and how physically fit we are, we can't avoid aging altogether, especially as it relates to our skin.
Having great legs doesn’t only mean just having amazing quads and calves—we absolutely can’t forget about the hammies!
This is also a great quick workout to do when you are running short on time, but you want to squeeze in a sweat. I love especially love it, because it can be done anywhere since no equipment is needed. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
Although, a big part of society feels that women are weak and some would say a bit inferior to men. I say, HECK NO! We are strong, powerful, intelligent and capable of achieving everything a man can. That’s right, sister.
Have you ever gotten in bed at night and just sighed with relief that your hectic day is finally over? I’ve asked a few friends this question and they responded, “ Have I ever? That’s everyday for me!”
We all want to look great in a stunning dress, our swimsuits on the beach and, of course, our birthday suits. What does “looking great” really meaning though? Is it having a flat tummy? Is it having six pack abs and toned arms and legs? Does the number on your scale determine it?
Need to get in a quick cardio but running short on time? If you don’t have cardio equipment at home, you can try this quick and high-intensity cardio routine that can be done anywhere and at anytime.
I remember my coaches in elementary and high school gym class always preaching the importance of stretching to avoid injury. When we are getting ready to exercise, we warm up and then stretch, right? But, does that protocol actually help us to avoid injury? I decided to do some research to find out.
Have you ever come across a girl who couldn’t see her own beauty? Perhaps she’s felt pressure to look differently than she does: longing for a different body type, comparing herself to girls in fitness magazines and/or struggling to get over bad past experiences that altered her self-perception.
Imagine this…you are on a beautiful, peaceful island laying in a hammock. You’re completely relaxed, the sun is shining and you’re sipping on coconut water.