Nutrition & Exercise
My gift this Christmas was a Fitbit Zip. Yes, I know the names of these techy items are all starting to sound the same. What new techy fitness gear do you have that has a quirky catchy name? The Fitbit Zip is a pedometer. Okay, yes, I do have several pedometers stashed in my drawer… Read More ›
Does your dog seem a little lazier than usual? Is he lounging around after his evening kibbles? Is her belly a little bigger after the holiday scraps? Maybe it’s time to start training Fido for a 5K. A program called “Pooch to 5K” will get your dog running a 5K (3.1 miles) in just 12… Read More ›
I’m all for spending an hour in the gym, but if it can get done in 30, I’m in. My new favorite DVD training program is a 12-round boxing boot camp by Empower, taught by four-time World Champion Professional Female Boxer Jaime Clampitt. In my martial arts training we spar, which I had never tried… Read More ›
Are your pants a little snug from the over-indulgence during this holiday season? Is your couch molding to your butt? Well, put down the bagel and step away from the pumpkin pie. Pause before you order that peppermint grande mocha. Why wait for January 1st to start the exercise program; let’s get out there and… Read More ›
Taking that one step towards exercising can be daunting. I have found though, that committing to doing one simple activity every day can be rewarding. At work, when I ran errands, I got in the car and headed to the bank, an eatery, or the downtown area to shop, even though it was only a… Read More ›
I was feeling lazy before I watched this! I do like the pink lemonade EBOOST – packed with vitamins, minerals & green tea (and it’s all natural).
Go for walks at the mall with a friend. Local schools and churches may have indoor gyms where you can walk. You may want to buy a pedometer from a sporting goods store. You can use it to count your steps. This will help motivate you to walk more. Get some hand weights or stretch… Read More ›