Building a Better Breakfast in 2014 Series

Building a Better Breakfast in 2014 Series

This is a simple, healthy recipe to prepare in the morning for your family. And I love warm cereal on cold days! This breakfast pie contains whole grains, dairy, protein, fruit (potassium) and cinnamon (known for it’s antioxidant powers). Health Magazine promotes getting your fiber early in the morning, keeping sugar at bay, and using … Continue reading

Building a Better Breakfast in 2014

Building a Better Breakfast in 2014

It is essential to eat breakfast every morning. A good breakfast jump starts your metabolism, helps with weight control, allows for better concentration, and many other positive benefits. It’s by far, one of the best commitments for a healthy new year. “Better Breakfast, Healthier You!” is a new series I’ll be adding to the blog … Continue reading

Big Holiday Week Ahead

Thanksgiving Day is quickly approaching. Along with the new year. Don’t wait until 2014 to start making small, healthy changes. Here are some healthy tips to get you through the week. Always remember WATER! Drink throughout the day It’s important to get moving this week. Try to make it a priority to hit the gym … Continue reading

On Vacation? #Noexcuses Workouts for Your Trip

Vacations. We all love a good vacation. Who doesn’t? Have you ever uttered these words when you’re out of town and exercise comes up? “But, I’m on vacation.” I know I have. We all want to relax on vacation but if you want to be healthy, exercise should be part of your daily routine, regardless … Continue reading

Don’t Make it Look Easy, Because It’s Not

Don’t Make it Look Easy, Because It’s Not

I recently read this quote by Mika Brzezinski in an article on women and success. “Women, one of the things we do… is make everything look so easy. We’re supposed to be perfect. We’re supposed to be beautiful. We’re supposed to be thin. And it’s all supposed to come easy … And it isn’t. On … Continue reading

Get More From Your Workout

H.I.I.T What is H.I.I.T? H.I.I.T stands for High Intensity Interval Training. This type of training can include repeated exercise intervals at high intensities (80-90% VO2 max) with short rest periods in between. Benefits: Get fit in less time Burn more calories than steady state cardio Can curb appetite (According to Enette Larson-Meyer, RD, “During vigorous … Continue reading

Printable Boot Camp #2

Printable Boot Camp #2

Turn up your play list, grab your equipment and prepare to feel the burn. A printable version of this workout is at the bottom of the page. Feel free to comment if you have any questions. Equipment needed for this Boot Camp Workout. PRINTABLE BOOT CAMP PDF