Experiencing stress at work happens almost daily. You may have a deadline to meet, a grumpy boss or a demanding client that infuse tension into your workday. That said, there is no way to get rid of stress completely, so it’s how you respond to it that matters.
To compete or not to compete…that is the question. Recently, I’ve received a lot of messages inquiring about how to get started in fitness competitions. Competing is an amazing experience, but you must be READY to commit and have the right resources in place to help you achieve YOUR best! Here are five things to consider.
A healthy metabolism will certainly help our summer slim down plans, as it controls our bodies’ calorie-burning capacity. However, metabolism also encompasses an array of processes vital to our well-being like: converting food into energy, absorbing nutrients into cells, healing injuries and ridding the body of toxins.
There are times when we force ourselves to train even at the expense of sleep and consistently push our limits without taking time to recover. Over time, this will catch up with you. The human body is incredible and can do amazing things, but sufficient rest is paramount for you to feel well and function optimally. Here are some signs and symptoms of overtraining:
When getting started on a daily gym routine, it is easy to feel lost or inadequate. It is also easy to overcome those feelings! Planning with a purpose will help you overcome those ruts we all get stuck in here and there.
A lot of women are terrified of weights so they go to the gym and only do cardio! Cardio is great for the body, but cardio AND weights are a packaged deal in losing weight! Truth be told, weight training is actually a KEY ingredient for fat loss!
Trying to tighten up those glutes for bikini season? Then grab those weights and get to work!
This is a time to relax, and enjoy yourself and your loved ones. BUT that doesn’t mean you won’t feel better if you can squeeze even just a quick routine in! Here is a quick, “on-the-go” workout you can do anywhere!
We are well into winter and the so-called “winter-blues season.” So far you may have been good... or you may have fallen off the bandwagon! Either way it is now time to turn that flab to fab!
The holiday season is here, which means it can be harder to stick to your fitness goals. Here are ten FIT TIPS to for a healthy holiday season.
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