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Small Habits That Count

Posted on Jan 5, 20

How do you become the best version of you? Being “ Healthy” is not just how you look and feel, it is also about your mindset and the things you do.   How do you spend your mornings? Do you take some time for you? Whether you meditate, practice yoga, go to the gym or […]

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The Sedentary Problem

Posted on Jan 3, 20

Kids and teens are sitting around a lot more than they used to. They spend hours every day in front of a screen (TVs, smartphones, tablets, and other devices) looking at a variety of media (TV shows, videos, movies, games). Too much screen time and not enough physical activity add to the problem of childhood […]

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Importance of Setting Goals

Posted on Jan 1, 20

As we head into the New Year it’s important to take some time to set goals for yourself in all areas of your life but especially for your health and fitness. Goals give you a sense of direction, even a simple goal is better than none at all. Having goals serves as your road map. […]

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Calorie Swaps

Posted on Dec 31, 19

Extreme dieting is not needed. You can still enjoy some of your favorite meals swapping out some ingredients, which can easily cut your calories in half.   Here are some examples:   Spaghetti Bolognese: 180g beef, tsp oil, 15g parmesan and pasta -versus ½ portion pasta plus ½ zoodles extra lean beef cottage cheese or […]

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What the Scale is Really Telling Us

Posted on Dec 30, 19

Many people think the scale weight is solely a reflection of body fat. The scale goes up means you are gaining body fat, goes down means losing it.   This is sometimes true BUT if you think that is all the scale is telling you then you are not looking at the entire picture.   […]

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Raising Fit Kids

Posted on Dec 28, 19

Combining regular physical activity with a healthy diet is the key to a healthy lifestyle.Here are some tips for raising fit kids: -Help your kids do in a variety of age-appropriate activities. -Set a regular schedule for physical activity. -Make being active a part of daily life, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator. […]

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Focus on Today

Posted on Dec 27, 19

Start with focusing on today. Stop worrying about where you are currently with your overall health and fitness goal and focus more on your daily behaviors. Is what you are doing today moving you into the direction where you want to go?   There is no use in stressing about the things that are out […]

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How to Burn Off Calories From Over Indulgence

Posted on Dec 26, 19

Did I get your attention? If you are waiting for a miracle answer on how to do this I am sorry to say you are not going to get it. Instead here is your answer: Don’t! Enjoy whatever it is you are eating with no guilt or remorse and move on with your life!   […]

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Hydration for Your Workout

Posted on Dec 24, 19

Water water water Not drinking enough water before  sweating a ton at the gym can lead to issues. Staying hydrated while exercising is important because of the added sweat loss (compared to day-to-day activities like working at a desk or watching TV). Tossing back some H2O while working out can also help us fight fatigue […]

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Weightlifting for Children

Posted on Dec 22, 19

Many people have heard that weight lifting isn’t safe for kids because it stunts their growth. The American Council on Exercise reported that this is a myth. Beyond improving muscle strength, increasing bone density and lowering cholesterol, working out with weights has other, often overlooked benefits. It helps children develop a positive self-image, self-esteem and […]

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