Fear can do many things to us and they are almost never positive in their outcome. Being dominated by our fears is no way to live – especially when it comes to our efforts to become healthy and fit. I
The winter holidays are often a barrage of non-stop feasting that spans from Thanksgiving to the Super Bowl. Week after week, you indulge yourself with goodies, justifying your poor food choices in the name of holiday cheer. You promise yourself
Enjoy these two gluten free recipes that you can incorporate into your Thanksgiving dinner! Gluten Free Wild Mushroom Stuffing....
Who doesn’t want to win?
Since the beginning of mankind, the drive to survive and thrive in an often hostile environment has been second nature. And while one may no longer need to outrun a tiger or fight a bear with
November is Alzheimer’s awareness month. There are fun ways to teach your loved ones effective exercise and lively movement to improve their cardio and strength endurance—two activities that assist in brain health...
When babies learn to sit, they elongate their spine, which is naturally efficient and comfortable. Moreover, it provides the most skeletal support without requiring a lot of muscle strength. Despite this, around 4-years old, most of us began to slump.
As a trainer, you wear many different hats during a typical work week. In turn, you are pulled in many different directions among family, friends and clients. If you are focusing on too many topics at once you cannot
During a long bike ride, I snack on chocolate to boost my energy.
After a hard workout, chocolate milk is my go-to recovery food!
How bad—or good—is chocolate for me?
Most athletes love chocolate in any form: candy bars, chocolate chip cookies, squares
Many people have scars as a result of accidents, injuries and surgeries. While scar tissue is extremely helpful at repairing cells quickly to prevent further damage and/or injury, the characteristics of scars and their presence in the body can restrict