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Archives for July 2015
There are many reasons why people start running: Busting stress, boosting energy, or snagging that treadmill next to a longtime gym crush are just a few. What’s more, running can keep your heart healthy, improve your mood, stave off sickness, and aid in weight loss. But depending on your personal goals, going full speed isn’t the only route to good health. To read more click here!
It’s happened to the best of us. You’re craving a little snack, and the next thing you know you downed half your day’s worth of calories. Often times the culprit is eating straight from the container. You tell yourself you will eat 10 chips and then put the bag away, but the next thing you know you are putting the empty bag in the trash instead. Avoid snack-time takeovers by always plating your snack and by knowing what a 100 calories snack ACTUALLY looks like. We love this list of 100 calorie snacks from Greatist.com To read more click here!
Anyone who has completed one or many marathons can attest to the difficulty of this extreme physical and mental challenge, not only during the actual race, but throughout the preparation and marathon training. In fact, some people claim that the marathon training is actually tougher than the race. Staying strong – both mentally and physically – during marathon training is critical to success. Here are some tips that can help you not only survive, but thrive the training season. To read more click here!
Want to know the key to an overall healthier, more productive day? Making sure your mornings get off to a great start. How you spend the first several hours of your day can determine how you’ll spend the rest. Therefore, if you’re interested in improving your health, focus on making healthier choices in the A.M. with these morning fitness tips. To read more click here!