Believe it or not, we’re coming up on the halfway point of the year pretty soon, which means most people have already forgotten about their New Year’s resolution fitness goals. But if you’re still trudging along, now’s the time to kick things into high gear and focus your eyes on the prize. Here are a few suggestions to keep you motivated:
Vacations are tempting opportunities to cheat on your health and fitness plan. You’ll want to relax and avoid exercise, and eat and drink foods you’d otherwise avoid like the plague. No matter where you go, there will be delicious restaurants to try, enough time and distance from the office to enjoy a few drinks, and of course, the luxury of your hotel. If you’ve been trying to lose weight, build muscle, or just maintain your physical condition, vacations could crush your otherwise solid plans.
Technology has given us an edge in facilitating everyday tasks like contacting family, finding directions, booking appointments, and just learning about new things. But are we really safe with devices vibrating in our pockets and bright lights flashing our faces every few minutes in the name of keeping up with technology and information?
Posted by Karen Cole @ Wednesday, April 12, 2017 @ 02:31am
When it comes to the treatment of breast cancer, there are numerable treatments and cures suggested by experts as well as patients who have used them. Using medical marijuana as a possible treatment to control breast cancer has been around for quite some time now, and there are many studies to support the claim.
Posted by Karen Cole @ Tuesday, April 11, 2017 @ 00:37am
You spend quite a bit each month to have access to all that the gym has to offer. Are you getting the most out of your flexible gym membership though? Read our tips on how to have a great gym experience every time!
Posted by Karen Cole @ Tuesday, April 04, 2017 @ 00:43am
Caffeine… Caffeine is helpful but if we rely on it heavily it can mask how our food works or doesn’t work for us. After all, shouldn't food be our primary energy source? It is a drug like alcohol to be used wisely. When the last time you went off it intentionally and entirely for a while??? For stronger living,Tanner Shultz