You’ve reached that time in your life where you have a calling to attempt the half marathon. Maybe you have been running 3 miles a day for years but never push past that distance. Maybe you haven’t run a mile in years and you just feel the need to try something that seems unattainable at the […]
For more than a couple of years, Pinterest has been my go-to for finding workout ideas to add to my routines. My searches look like, “back and biceps workout gym” or “10 minute core workout”. Today I am going to share 7 of my favorite workout finds from pinterest. I always come running back to […]
Calorie counting, Weight Watcher Points, If It Fits Your Macros, Atkins, the list goes on and on with the ways we can categorize our food choices when we are trying to lose weight. I have dabbled in all of those systems, and then some. They all have pros and cons, people who swear by the […]
Should You Weigh Yourself? The Pros and Cons of Using a Scale to Measure Your Weight Loss and Overall HealthBy firstname.lastname@example.org on December 7, 2016
Currently, it has been over 2 months since I have stepped on a scale. I last weighed myself as I finished up a DietBet challenge around the ‘back to school’ time of year. In that two months I have taken care to monitor my diet (most of the time ::wink wink:: ) and I have […]
Each day before work I load up my lunch box with my breakfast, lunch, and several healthy snacks I typically try to limit myself to one snack of fruit, multiple veggie snacks are on hand nearly at all times, and a dairy snack such as a low fat cheese or greek yogurt. In no particular […]
Motivation, we can find it so many places. Sometimes motivation is born from a positive place, other times negative experiences or feelings can become our greatest motivators. Here I will give you 7 ways to motivate yourself to get fit (and lose weight if that is one of your goals).