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Sleep: You Need It!

Sleep and work out timing are crucial elements to consider when designing an athlete's training program. Physical performance is best from 3-6 pm in the afternoon, with strength peaking from 2-6 PM.

Fitbit or FitBUST?

I’ve been rocking the Fitbit Force for about a month.

Recovery- The Forgotten part of fitness

Most if us,  have pulled up sore after exercising. The first step in the morning .........

Sleep For Weight Loss: How Catching ZZZ’s Helps Trim Your Waistline

My lates post on the Career Girl Network.  ENJOY!http://careergirlnetwork.com/sleep-weight-loss-catching-zzzs-can-help-trim-maintain-waistline/

Exercise & Sleep

Too tired to exercise? You don’t sleep well at night? Exercise habits have been highly correlated to your sleeping patterns. We have all heard over and over again the endless list of benefits that exercising can do for you. Lowering your anxiety levels and helping with stress management are two of those benefits and oftentimes lack of sleep can be caused by high anxiety and/ or high levels of stress. Good sleep doesn’t cause everyone to suddenly have the urge and discipline to exercise; yet exercising does result in a better night’s rest.

The 3 Keys to Optimal Health

Being that this is my first ever blog post on the topic of fitness, I figured this topic would be a great place to start. This is particularly applicable for those of you who have hit pleteaus when training. What are plateaus, you ask? 

9 "OK" Late night snacks

As much as I am an advocate for not eating late at night, I am just as human as the rest of you, lol. When I do snack late for whatever reason, these are some of my "ok" choices. But before I get into these awesome healthy snacks, lets look at WHY you may feel the need to snack late. There are plenty of reasons why you may get food cravings at midnight: 1. Dehydration, in my book, is one of the main reasons. 2. Boredom 3. You're genuinely hungry because of an early dinner. 5. You may suffer from low salt or sugar levels. 5.

Breaking the Vicious Exhaustion Cycle (Part 1 of 3)

Do you sometimes find that you’re too exhausted to exercise? You know you need to exercise because it will give you energy, but then you skip the workout because you don’t have the energy you need to even get to the gym! If you find yourself in the midst of this battle, try these three simple changes and see how it transforms your life! #1 GET MORE SLEEP. Aim for getting 7-8 hours of deep restful sleep at night in order to stay healthy and have more

SLEEP- ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH?

  Shane Mclean, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, T. Boone Pickens YMCAWhenever someone asked me what my hobbies were, I answered, “Can sleep be a hobby?” I seriously loved sleep that much. However, then I was a young man without a care in the world and hardly any responsibilities. How times have changed.