Happy Sunday! So, I'm going to be totally honest with you and say that I am very certain my intake these past few days has been extra, super fun but also very extra. As I wake up on this lovely morning however, I am well rested, motivated, and clear. Today I will get a solid workout in, drink all of the water, and eat my greens. Work hard, play hard, right? Make sure that you're keeping your intake in check and rocking out your sweaty time. Keep it as even as you can the
Hey team! Have you begun considering your New Year’s resolution for 2021? My question to you is why wait until January? Start your New Year’s resolution NOW! November is the perfect time to set your healthy goals and I promise you that by January you will be oh so thankful! Develop your routine! Make your resolution realistic so that it’s both attainable and sustainable. Nail down new habits now by setting incremental goals, using checkpoints in order to get to the larger goa
"Sedentary is not an option for anyone. Being idle is as dangerous for your health as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. Being active over the long haul requires a frame that is flexible, strong, durable, and balanced. It's all well and good to have "mirror muscles" or advanced running capability, but if your entire frame isn't in shape, you're a candidate for aches and pulls and sprains, for joint dysfunctions and arthritis, and for diminished mobility. You have desires and
Exercise has proven benefits for improving physical health. But what about mental health? Research has shown that active people are nearly 45% less likely to have depressive symptoms than inactive people.
While exercisers report fewer mental health problems than non-exercisers, always keep in mind what works and what doesn't.
*Exercise sessions of 30-60 minutes provide the best outcomes; 45 minutes is best. *Vigorous exercise is linked to better mental health outcomes th