Are you searching for another great reason to munch on legumes, nuts, fruits and veggies? Consider how a diet rich in plant sterols naturally lowers cholesterol levels. Read more in this article found in the Los Angeles Times: Read this article.
I am recently married and whether it’s a “new bride” thing or not, I have to admit, I am really enjoying cooking for my hubby… especially since he actually likes the healthy recipes I create! This past weekend was no exception. I used a recipe from the book Clean Food and easily made Roasted Squash
Personal trainers aren’t simply weight junkies. We participate in, and coach for, endurance sports as well. One sport many people want to accomplish is the marathon… a full 26.2 mile run. Are you considering such a feat? Here are a few great tips to help you on your way. Read the article here.
Cantaloupe, bananas, oranges, eggplant, spinach, tomatoes, nuts, raisins, tuna and halibut. What do all of these foods have in common? They are all great sources of potassium – an essential electrolyte needed for the body to maintain proper fluid balance. AND studies show it decreases risk of stroke! Read more here.
I once was a gym junkie and lifted so much weight I competed in figure competitions. Then I turned into an endurance athlete, competing in marathons and triathlons. Did I ever quit the weight training? Noooo… and this article points out a very interesting fact: Strength training actually helps endurance athletes, when done the proper
Come on couch potatoes…you’re getting mushy just sitting there all the time. Get up and exercise! This is your personal trainer speaking. A new study shows even a measly 15 minutes of exercise per day is beneficial, so what is your excuse now? Read the article for more details. Read the article here.
Now this is really cool!! As a personal trainer I am always intrigued by the latest equipment and this is just plain awesome! Maybe one day I can get one for Studio 1-on-1 in Charlotte, NC! Read the article here.