Whether competing on the competition stage, running a race, or embarking upon a fitness journey, there are so many life lessons we learn. These lessons carry over into all aspects of our lives and make us stronger, wiser and more capable to take on challenges.
Exercising is something we do to feel better about ourselves and stay healthy. It helps us gain a sense of confidence, feel accomplished, increase strength, stamina and performance. Regardless of our own personal reasons for why we exercise, we cannot forget to exercise self-love, too!
This Valentine’s Day, love your sweetie and not the sweets. We don’t need chocolate and a decadent meal to celebrate our special someone. Here are a few ways to embrace the “Day of Love” and still love yourself in the morning…
If you are telling yourself and your friends that you want to lose weight, feel better, tone up, etc. and still go through the motions in your workouts, don’t get enough sleep and slip in unhealthy snacks daily, your habits are not aligning with your goals Remember, your repeated daily actions determine whether or not you will succeed.
Do you feel like working out is not as fun as it used to be? Do you feel like it’s a chore to go to the gym? Well, maybe you’re in a motivational slump. So I’m going to provide some quick tips to get you out of this mental rut!
If you have put on a few pounds and are feeling uncomfortable from all the holiday cheer, you can incorporate these quick fixes to help relieve bloating and water retention.
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates how to use a resistance band as a portable gym so you can train wherever, whenever. Check out this video & travel like a Pro this winter!
Whether you’re heading home for the holidays or hosting guests at your place, it can be a challenge to get out to the gym for your regular workout. Since we’ll be a whole lot merrier if we fit in a good sweat, I’ve put together the HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS HIIT
With all the holiday goodies available during this season, you might be tempted to stray from your healthy nutrition plan. But the good news is, you can still be healthy without missing out on the holiday fun!
One of the best ways to manage your overall calorie intake and your sugar levels is to have a strategic workout that will do a few things.