" Fit and Fab" Wellness Party....it's Ladies Night In! Eat, Drink and Shrink! Join Certified Personal Trainers and Nutrition Consultants Liz Cort & Meg Boyd, for an unforgettable wellness party. Relax with friends, excite your taste buds and get the latest nutrition and fitness advice, including the benefits of juicing raw foods.
Posted by Liz Cort @ Wednesday, September 21, 2011 @ 18:22pm
I talk to and train many moms.. great moms that put their kids first! Thats the right way to do it of course, we are busy taking care of our children, driving them here and there, feeding them, doing homework, baths etc.. God gave us the most important job to be there for our children.. But we are also to live by example. Am I always the best example, No! I struggle daily trying to be the best mom to my boys and Im so far from perfect but I try.. One thing I try to teach my boys is to be healthy, play sports eat well, do good in school..
Welcome to FitBits, the official blog of Fitness Home Delivery, Inc. This is my first post so I've decided to do something special. Normally I just offer a free fitness consultation to new clients. However, as part of my blog kickoff, I've decided to offer 2 free workouts in addition to the free fitness consultation. That is 3 home visits for absolutely FREE! Please keep reading for the details of this offer.
Posted by Todd Mitchell @ Wednesday, September 21, 2011 @ 13:44pm
As a holistic certified San Diego fitness trainer I have a firm believe that not all bodies are created equal. As with the outside of our bodies differing slightly from one person to the next so does the inside of our bodies. As such, we cannot all thrive of the same type of diet.
Posted by Andrea Lane @ Wednesday, September 21, 2011 @ 13:29pm
1. Focus on your children's effort rather than the outcome of a competition. Teach children that success means achieving their personal goals rather than winning a contest.
2. Help your children to set realistic goals that are measurable and attainable. Goals that are too vague or difficult lead to a high dropout rate.
3. Make sure your children know that whether they win or lose, whether they play a lot or a little, you love them unconditionally. Give just as much praise for a loss as you do for a win. Focus on their improved effort.
4. Show respect for your children's coaching staff.
Posted by Emily Torres @ Wednesday, September 21, 2011 @ 06:35am
A few days ago, I read with utter amazement that the average teenager sends thousands of text messages per months. To me, this is an incomprehensible figure but I am not here to argue whether this is a good way to communicate or not. I do not believe that I am to be the judge of that.
Walking has the lowest dropout rate of any form of exercise — because it’s easy and adds years to our lives — years of feeling great, why not begin a walking routine today and collect the benefits of a lifetime of health. Walking conditions the heart and lungs and raises the body’s ability to use oxygen more efficiently. Studies show that women who walked briskly (three to four miles per hour) at least three hours a week cut their risks of heart attack and stroke by more than half.
Posted by Susan Clancy @ Tuesday, September 20, 2011 @ 12:59pm