Here we are at the end of our ‘Live Your Best Life’ journey. I hope the tips Art and I have provided you have been somewhat helpful. In all honesty it’s been a little challenging to find time to write every day but it was necessary. If we have helped just one person change their life through healthy eating and exercising, our goal was achieved. As I mentioned yesterday in
Archives for January 2016
When I asked Art back in December what he thought would be a trend in the health industry in 2016, the first thing he said was food. As January comes to a close, we are all once again bombarded with information about food on the internet. What should we eat? What diet should we follow? Are carbs good or bad? Should we cleanse? How much protein? What kind of protein?
We are almost at the end of January and hopefully you are starting to see some results with your body and how you feel. There is so much information on health and fitness on the internet that it can be sometimes be very confusing as to what to believe. New research is always overturning old beliefs about nutrition and fitness but there is some information that will never change. Below
Oh, the elusive pull up. It seems to be on many people’s wish list. The other day Art brought home a pull up bar for me. Let me tell you, it’s been a while since I did a pull-up. Back in my early 30’s I was heavily into weight training and was able to do about 8 or 9 of them no problem. Today, not so easy. bI was a
As we approach the end of this 30-day journey of ‘Living Your Best Life’, I wanted to comment on how staying fit just doesn’t end at home or at the gym. We all lead busy lives and some of us have to travel for work while others travel with their family to and from sports tournaments on weekends or family getaways. Regardless where you are travelling to, staying in shape
Are you trying to decide whether to buy a home gym or a gym membership? Both options have their pros and cons. Which is more cost-effective? Buying your own equipment for home use or joining a fitness club? It basically comes down to personal choice so there really isn’t a right or wrong answer. When deciding, you should consider your personal and exercise goals as they are going to be
Brace yourself…………….is it junk food? No. Is it processed food? No. Is it animal products? No. It’s the fridge of a whole foods plant base athlete! Converting to a whole foods, plant base lifestyle was a process. It didn’t happen overnight. When Art and I mention to people what we eat, they are very curious to see what is in our fridge. I guess living in a society where buying
If you’re a busy professional, have a family, or both, and you’re short on time and want some results, then look no further. We like to think of our workouts as a time saving approach to wellness. Art and I both live busy lives but we still manage to fit in some quick challenging workouts that gets our heart rate up, burns some calories, and also keeps our bodies challenged.
I have no idea why I’m writing this for today’s blog post but during my long run today on the trails, I had to share what I was feeling so here it is………………… I’ve been a runner for over 35 years and whenever I lace up my shoes I still get that energy rush. There is nothing like being alone with your thoughts, on a road, in the middle of