Monthly Archives: April 2013
Try incorporating these 7 alkaline foods into your meals this week! And… Yes, you can have your chocolate too – in moderation! Eat Well! Be Active! Be Healthy! Be YOU!
You do not need to engage in a vigorous, high intensity Spin class in order to improve your health and well-being, and maintain an active lifestyle – Just get outside and go for a brisk walk… It is that simple! Make … Continue reading
Add these spices to your meals to increase flavor and improve your health! And… Don’t forget to add your greens!
It’s the start of a new week… Here are some healthy bites to increase your energy levels and get you through the week with ease!
Recognize Your Non-Negotiable Needs Write down your top two or three things you need to do daily in order to achieve emotional well-being, good physical health, and a sense of balance. Include the bare minimum you could do to meet … Continue reading
What is the difference between Isometric and Isotonic exercises? Both are critical components of any exercise program, however isometric exercises are growing in importance. Isometric Muscle Contraction: The contractile force is equal to the resistive force, thereby producing no visible change in muscle … Continue reading
Here’s how to get bigger, bolder shoulders! An added benefit to performing shoulder exercises is becoming less injury prone. Our shoulder muscles are important muscles to strengthen because these muscles are responsible for stabilizing this joint during all shoulder movements (flexion, … Continue reading
Life is an opportunity, benefit from it. Life is a beauty, admire it. Life is a dream, realize it. Life is a challenge, meet it. Life is a duty, complete it. Life is a game, play it. Life is a … Continue reading
What You Do Right Now Is the Most Important Thing in the World Every single action you take toward your fitness goals is important, but unless you make each step the most important thing in the world, you will never … Continue reading
Eating healthy, nutrient-rich foods will make you feel lighter, leaner, and more fit! Yet, an occasional “splurge” is O.K. in moderation. And, remember, moderate in moderation!