Let’s talk about dark chocolate. There have been articles going around for years stating dark chocolate is great for your health – specifically your heart. But do we know why? Here are the dark chocolate facts.
Using exercise as a way to release feelings of pent up aggression is a great natural stress reliever and exercise releases endorphins which leave you feeling refreshed, stress free, and positive! So grab a slam ball and let’s get sweating!
When it comes to health and fitness, everyone has something to say. Whether it’s something they have heard, believe, or actively practice, you should make sure you do you research before you take what you read, hear, or see as fact!
It’s more than likely that we’ve all had role models throughout our lives. While some of us may have had role models that promote health and wellness, many have not. No matter what age you are, its important to have role models to look to for motivation and inspiration.
You’ve probably heard your trainer, group exercise instructor, or mother, tell you more than once to stand up tall, sit up tall, don’t slouch. And there are big reasons they do this. Consistently bad posture can lead to consistent back and neck pain or discomfort.
Traditional peanut butter seems to be a staple item in everyone’s pantry. Today, you can find nut butters made from a variety of your favorite shelled snacks. Eaten in moderation, these nutritious butters can be good for your bones, heart, and overall health!
This week’s workout uses High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to keep your heart rate up and will burn more fat in less time. Hooray for HIIT! Go all out for 45 seconds for each exercise, giving 100% effort!
The desire to obtain your ‘summer body’ can come from so many places. I’ve challenged myself to leave this notion behind and move forward with a progressive and continually evolving outlook on health. I challenge you to do this as well.