Here is a great recipe that is a healthy alternative to the traditional muffin. It is also great before or after a workout because of the healthy distribution of protein to carbohydrates.Recipe:2 ripe bananas2 cups of almond meal (I use Trader Joes)1 tsp of baking soda1 tsp of baking powder1 tsp of cinnamon1 tsp vanillapinch of salt2 eggs ( I use organic)1 tablespoon of honey (I use raw)1/2 cup of dark mini chocolate chips (Enjoy Life brand is gluten, dairy, and soy free)
How do I lose 60 pounds?
How do I run a 8 mile pace for my upcoming race?
I want to be skinnier!
I want to finish the 5k I signed up for and not be taken off the course by paramedics! (ok this one is a little extreme, but I have had this said to me before)
The scary part of training- setting goals...
Why do i say it is scary?
Becase no one likes to think about failing. It is a scary thing to face and is what stops a lot of people from reaching their full potential.
So where does a person start when they have something they want to accomplish? You set goals!
For the past 10 years my focus has been on health and wellness through movement. I beleive that movement is medicine that not only helps us to feel better in our body but also brings joy into our lives in so many ways. I find Pilates and the MELT Method to be two extremely effective tools to make movement the best it can be, no matter what your activity level.
We should all strive to move and use our bodies daily in a variety of productive and enjoyable ways. However, exercising frequently and intensely without planning for adequate recovery continues to be one of the most common causes of chronic stress I see in my practice.
Falls are the main reason why oldder adults lose independence. Balance problems are often a subject that is ignored for too long to the point that injuries happen.Question(1) Do you have balance problems, but no falls and do not use a cane or walker or other person to keep you up? If your answer is Yes, a community balance and mobility program may provide benefits.
I was visiting one of my doctors yesterday and it seems I always get into a discussion about exercise and nutrition. Yesterday, was no different. After my routine exam, we started talking about the different types of races people can compete in. Some like the tough mudders and others like the triathlons. Every body is different and that is what makes fitness fun! Then, we got on the topic of nutrition. At one point, she use to be close to 400 pounds, but has lost 60 over the last 2 years. Now, she struggles with getting the rest of it off.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become hugely popular thanks to real results in shorter periods of time and extensive benefits. With busy schedules the norm, it’s no wonder so many clients and potential clients are now seeking out these kinds of workouts.