Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from my family to yours. May 2018 bring you happiness and health. As we reflect on this year, remember all the healthy choices you made. Continue with these good habits and find ways to break the bad ones. Hopefully my blog can continue to help with good lifestyle choices. Cheers to a new year and a new you!
Let’s face it….the holidays are rough on diet and exercise! It is difficult to maintain a healthy diet with all those tempting sweets and goodies around. And it’s hard to find time to exercise with all the parties happening. So instead of fighting it, try these 7 tricks to tackle this time of year! Do a fun run with the family: Many towns offer fun runs on Christmas Eve. These runs are usually around 5k (about 3 miles) and are often centered around raising money for cha
Even with the warmer temps, snowboarding season is here! Since it’s probably been a little while since you rode that board, try these 3 exercises to prep the body. Whether you are hitting it hard in the pow or digging your edges into the ice, these exercise are sure to help improve your endurance and technique. 1. Single Leg Squat on a Chair: Standing on a stable chair or stool, place right leg off the side. Then slowly bend your left knee, while keeping your bottom back