Protein. In the health and fitness world, that word is thrown around like it’s made of gold. Everybody’s talking about it, everybody’s eating it, and everybody’s drinking it. But why? And how much should you be getting? And what foods are good sources? So let’s discuss.
Happy Summer everyone!! Can you believe it’s the middle of July already?!? I seriously can’t… I always thought time flew by, but now that I have a kiddo, I can’t seem to catch up! Anyone else feel that way? Anyways, I looked at the calendar and realized it’s time for the July workout of the month!!!
Living a healthy life and exercising regularly is not just something people aspire to these days, they’re actually doing it! But not without some help. Some of you may be taking advantage of the benefits of a personal trainer, while others might simply turn to music to provide that often needed but difficult to find motivation.
Another helpful tool you have at your disposal is the thing you’re (likely) holding right now in order to read this article (or it could possibly be in your pocket or on the table next to you)… YOUR PHONE! I’m sure this doesn’t come as a surprise, but your phone can be such an asset in motivation, accountability, tracking, and so much more. There are TONS of apps out there that can absolutely change your life!
A personal trainer is a hot commodity these days. It seems like everyone wants to have one or be one. Because living a healthy lifestyle is becoming so important, personal trainers are even more essential than ever. BUT, do you really need one??
Combining a clean diet with exercise several days a week can transform your body and your life. And these days, most people are looking to do exactly that! But it’s typically not as straightforward as it sounds. “Sticking to my workout plan is so easy and fun and I just love it!” said no one EVER! Yes, there are days when I look forward to working out. But there are also days when I DREAD it. Or I intend to work out and other things come up. Then my one rest day turns into two, and then moves into three, and now it’s much harder to get back on track. So how do you make exercising work for you?