Hop on Google and search the reasons why goal setting makes you more successful. (Go ahead, I’ll wait.) Study after study has proven that writing SMART goals, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-sensitive goals is the best way to have success. That includes fitness!
I played lots of sports growing up, including softball and volleyball. Looking back, it’s possible that at least once, I had a concussion. The increased attention that’s been paid to brain health and concussion prevention in recent years, is truly positive. Our brains control the rest of our body, brain health is step 1 in overall body health.
With trainers and group exercise instructors telling you to “Push harder!” all.the.time, do you ever wonder how hard is too hard? Well, you should. If you take it too far, too often or for too long, here’s what you might see: Regression in performance and/or gains. You can actually lose that lean muscle you’ve have worked so hard to build,
Do you ever look at your kids and wish you had their boundless energy? I do – every.single.day. When I first meet with my personal training clients, almost every single one of them say they have little to no energy. They work all day and come home with no energy left to give to their family. They want more energy
As we transition from winter to spring each year, I love seeing people starting to get outside and be active. One of the things that I see most is bikers. I see men, women, and kids of every age and ethnicity biking around our great communities.Biking is so awesome because you can make it whatever you want it to be.
My family and I were so excited to finally break our grill out of storage just a few weeks ago. We love the way that grilled food tastes – just like summer in Minnesota. Here are some easy, healthy(ish) ideas for your next grill-out. Maple Dijon Chicken Drumsticks We love taking this crockpot recipe from Skinny Taste, and cooking the
Casi Olson has never felt stronger or more confident in her roles as a wife, mom, and small business owner. But 18 months ago, that wasn’t the case. She felt weak, unmotivated, sluggish, and simply unhealthy. With a 7-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter, Casi wanted to have more energy to be the wife and mom that she believed she
Have you ever heard it takes 21 days to create a new habit? Experts say it’s actually closer to 66 days for that habit to become a natural part of your routine. Everyone has habits – good or bad. Brushing your teeth in the morning and night is a habit that you barely think about because it’s become so ingrained
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