So, I have some new members to my home gym. Actually, they’ve been part of the home gym crew since the beginning of October, and they’ve been total game changers for me ever since. It’s
So, I received an amazing email last week, and one of the questions she asked me was how I find the time – to workout, take care of my son, run a blog, work a
I swear, one of the best things you can do for you overall health, is make healthy living part of your everyday life. The more you do things like sweat, workout, eat your fruits and
Tabata workouts have saved my butt over the past six months of craziness. Ever since I got hooked on this workout, I’ve implemented these quick l’il intense sweat sessions into my training regularly. Sometimes as
Yup. You can stay healthy during this time of year. And yes you can do it without being the person eating a handful of kale at a cookie exchange. It’s all about balance, finding joy
I just did this one and was so pumped to share….that I’m posting before I have a chance to shower. It was just that good. And worth the stink. Remember the weighted ladder workout from
I’ve had a bunch of these fitness related thoughts circulating around in my cranium for a while. Just finally got around to making a somewhat coherent list. Basically, when it comes to fitness, it can
Sorry, it’s time for yet another 20 minute workout. I came up with it last week, and actually, I’m not sorry at all. In fact, I kind of love it and couldn’t wait to share.
I squeezed in a 30 minute workout yesterday, that I really did not want to do, had a dozen other things I needed to do, but ended up totally exhausted, with my butt kicked, feeling
Ok, I am totally digging the at home, 30 minute of less workout genre lately. Mainly because it works best with my schedule, and I can do it on my back porch in a bikini
I like to challenge myself. And I prefer feeling awake and invigorated to feeling like I need a cold brew IV. So, today, when I was feeling totally blah and exhausted, I decided to just
The human body is so much more than a six pack, perfect butt, or number on a scale or pair of skinny jeans. So I say why limit your reasons for working out to that.
When it comes to health, wellness and balance, I am a pretty blunt and opinionated person. Basically I am all about working your butt off, taking care of yourself, not being obsessive, and doing a
I firmly believe that the easier you make it for yourself to workout, the more likely you are to suck it up and actually do it. And do it regularly. And stick to it. Which
I’ve got legs. A pair of limbs I thoroughly enjoy pushing to their limits, using daily, and keeping them healthy. Yup, I love working ‘em too. A lot. I’ll admit it, I kind of smile