Break a sweat! Or dont....but move your body! I'm sure you've heard of intermittent fasting, right? But how about intermittent movements?? Intermittent movement basically means to sporadically move your body. Intentionally move your body at random times, especially when you know you've been in the same position for a long period of time. This doesn't … Continue reading Break a Sweat!
I snack. You snack. We all snack - snack attack! Why is it that finding the perfect snack seems so complicated sometimes? It's like, finding that perfect balance of "quick-n-easy, healthy, satiating, and simple-to-eat" snack is difficult to find. And then, there's the timing factor. Sometimes you won't be getting your next solid meals for … Continue reading Snack Attack
Regardless of your religion, race, beliefs, dieting preference - there are a few non-negotiables you should be including into your everyday lifestyle. These non-negotiable staples are essential for improved health in all areas of our lives. I practice these myself and encourage others to do the same. No matter who you are and what you do … Continue reading The Non-Negotiables of Life
You've probably heard the saying, "curls for the girls." You know, as in bigger biceps to impress the ladies. But ladies also can't deny, having nicely defined arms for themselves is just as impressive! So girls, get to curling. And dipping. And pressing. Here's an arm workout sure to get you a good pump and … Continue reading Arm Day – not just for guys
There is no doubt that exercise and self-esteem are interconnected. Movement is a powerful tool to build your confidence. Simply completing a workout gives a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of achievement. Exercise literally boosts your happiness levels, releasing chemicals to your brain that put you in a more positive state of mind. It … Continue reading The Link Between Exercise and Confidence