Let’s face it. Going to a gym for the first time can be daunting. If it’s your first time with strength training, even more so
We’ve come a long way since the first aerobic workouts. These were great workouts, but aside from high and low impact, they didn’t offer much variety. Today, there are countless workout styles, from quiet and gentle to loud and intense to back-to-basics pushups and non-stop burpees.
Have you ever felt so anxious over something that you found yourself crunching steadily through a party-size bag of chips? We eat to fill our bellies, but sometimes, we also eat to release the angst of anxiety, soothe the pang of sadness, or feed the hunger of loneliness. And these emotional reasons for eating can be the enemy when it comes to a weight loss eating plan.
You’ve reached your weight loss goal—congrats! Now to keep those pounds from creeping back on. Research shows that 20% of overweight people who lose at least 10% of their starting weight will keep it off for at least one year, but then there’s the other 80%… A lot of people succeed at weight loss, but then have trouble maintaining it.
This sandwich with sweet potato makes for a delicious and satisfying lunch or dinner option!
This recipe is a delicious, guilt-free treat!
Menopause is a time of many ups and downs. You may be happy to be rid—or almost rid—of your period.
When the work week is over and it’s time to relax, many of us like to gather with friends. One of the most fun, festive ways to socialize is with a dinner party.
Tuesday, 7pm and your child just finished soccer practice; time for fast food burgers. Friday, 5pm and you’re not cooking tonight; so you hit a local diner. Sunday, noon and it’s your mom’s birthday; celebration at an Italian restaurant. Sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone. On average, one out of every three meals is eaten away from home.
Overnight oats are great for a quick post-workout breakfast, with plenty of protein and healthy carbs to support lean muscles and kick-start your day.