Instead of just surviving this holiday season, let’s thrive. To do so, we must strike a balance between healthy enjoyment and excessive indulgence. There’s no reason why we can’t enjoy the season’s treats within reason.
This 115-calorie guilt-free indulgence packs lots of fall flavor without loads of fat and sugar. It makes a great on-the-go snack and pairs perfectly with coffee after dinner or at breakfast.
Glute training is a hot topic these days. There are trainers who are “experts” in butt development, DVDs devoted to the topic, and glute workouts in just about every fitness publication.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner! I don’t know about you, but it’s never the turkey and side dishes that get me in trouble at Thanksgiving. It’s the pies, cakes and cookies that challenge my resolve (and my waistline). So, why not prepare a dessert that tastes rich and decadent, but will not give you a sugar-induced food hangover for Black Friday shopping?
I’ve put together a list of strategies to help you slay those sugar-craving monsters that sneak up and threaten your perfectly healthy day. Give them a try.
To help get your hamstrings in shape for all the spring and summer body-con looks, I thought I’d share a killer hamstring workout featuring some of my favorite exercises.
I find Brussels sprouts irresistible. Resembling miniature heads of lettuce, I just can’t help take these adorable veggies home with me every fall. However, my love for Brussels sprouts is not just about outward appearances; this precious veggie is a nutritional powerhouse that’s perfect for the girls.
I’m so excited to share with you two new exercises to work a few of those hard-to-target areas: the inner thighs and lower glutes. Together, these exercises create a killer BUNS and THIGHS SUPERSET that can be incorporated into your current lower body training program.
One of the best ways to keep your diet exciting without getting off track is to have fun with veggies. High in fiber and low in calories, vegetables are the ultimate clean-eating companions. Now, I’m not one of those people who can snack happily on raw veggies. Boring. Rather, I love my veggies steamed, grilled, sautéed or, especially, roasted.
A few years ago, I received a bit of advice that changed how I think about mornings - “Begin as you wish to continue.” (Thank you, Krissi!) I now view mornings as the foundation of the day. I have found that my mindset and approach to my morning influences the rest of the day. So, I do my best to begin my day how I wish for it to continue. Based on this, I have developed four habits that get my days started right: