• Guest Post: How to Live a Healthy Life in Your 50s

    The older you get, the more your lifestyle habits will change. After you’ve reached 50, you’ll realize that you’ll need much more effort to achieve the same health and fit goals than you needed when you were in your 30s. Everything from your hormones to your cardiovascular system will suffer some defining changes due to menopause and many other processes… — Read More —

    Guest Post: How to Live a Healthy Life in Your 50s
  • How Do Fit People Stay Fit?

    If you admire the gym enthusiasts from afar and wish that you could be like that – you can! It’s a lot more simple than you would probably imagine! So here’s how fit people stay fit… They Stay Active Outside of the Gym You don’t just have to limit yourself to seeing them same four walls every day. You should… — Read More —

    How Do Fit People Stay Fit?
  • What is Clean Bulking?

    Getting in shape doesn’t always means slimming. For those that are already slim, it can often mean bulking up. Clean bulking is a way of combining diet and exercise to build muscles mass. It’s most popular amongst men wanting to tone up, but recently many women wanting to develop a fuller figure have developed an interest in it too. Much… — Read More —

    What is Clean Bulking?
  • Workout Recovery: Don’t Sweat It!

    Every time you workout, you create tiny tears in your muscle tissue. This sensation is known as DOMS or the delayed onset of muscle soreness. Because of these microscopic tears, it’s vital that you recover properly after exercising. Otherwise, you will never fully reach your full potential, and that is a frightening thought. So, to help you out, we have come… — Read More —

    Workout Recovery: Don’t Sweat It!
  • Guest Post: Yoga for Every Body Type

    When I give my Yoga classes, I sometimes have people coming to me who are very ashamed of their body type. They wonder, “Will I ever be any good at Yoga? I do not look like those people do in the photos when they do their poses.” They have seen some picture of someone grabbing their ankle from behind their head… — Read More —

    Guest Post: Yoga for Every Body Type

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3 Tips For Cross Training

A common mistake I see many people make is that they don’t cross-train. I get it; it’s not fun, but it’s super important. For example, if you’re a runner, you obviously need strong legs, but you also need a strong core, strong glutes, and even strong arms. Which is why even though running is great, it shouldn’t be all that you…

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5 Tips to Build Up Your Stamina

Recently I’ve been trying to build my stamina back up, and so far… it’s been pretty easy. A challenge of course, but compared to past years of returning post-injury, it hasn’t been as hard. Before it was a lot of trial and error, but I’ve finally figured out what works best for me. Which translates to clocking better times than…

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Happy National Nap Day

Hey, lovelies, happy National Nap Day! Sorta… It’s the 14th, but we’re celebrating it early because we’re rebels, and that’s what rebels do. Granted we’re boring rebels by celebrating National Nap Day early, but still… I’m a rebel, not a criminal. Where was I going with this? Anyway, napping has a lot of benefits, and not just benefits that your…

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Why I Didn’t Exercise For a Month

In the event, you think you misread the title, or I messed up when typing it… the title is correct, I went an entire month without exercising. Not because I was injured, not because I was dealing with any ailments, not because I was sick. I did it on my terms. Now before you call a psychiatrist, let me explain….

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When Does a Healthy Lifestyle Become Unhealthy

Hey lovelies, I can’t believe that tomorrow is the last day of NEDA week! With NEDA week coming to an end, I wanted to finish the body positivity series on a rather serious note. I see a lot of people talking about restricting food, pushing themselves like mad with workouts, and things similar to those all of the time. Both…

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Why the Scale is Your Enemy

When it comes to losing weight, a lot of us become obsessed with the number on the scale. Trust me, I get, I’ve been there. However, the number on the scale isn’t the most important, nor most reliable way to determine whether or not you’re getting close to reaching your fitness goals. Which is why today I’m talking about why…

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Learning to Love Your Body

This is a topic that’s close to my heart. Which is learning to your body. I feel that in today’s world so many of us only ever focus on the negatives, instead of looking at the positives. So here’s my thoughts on learning to love your body.

Understanding Different Body Types

Yesterday I talked about why body-shaming needs to stop, and that leads up to today’s post which is understanding different body types. Not to be confused with body shapes, we’re not talking about hourglass and pear, but instead ectomorph, endomorph, and mesomorph.

Why Body-Shaming Needs to Stop

Yesterday was the first day of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and per usual I’m posting every day this week. For this NEDA Week I’m focusing on body positivity, and so each post this week will in some way have to do with learning to love your body. The first post this year is all about why body-shaming needs to…

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Guest Post: What Women Need to Know to Prevent Sport Injuries

I’m excited about today’s post because it covers a topic that I have dealt with a lot the past year, and that’s sports injuries. Unfortunately, women are more susceptible to injuries than men, and that’s why I’m happy to have Amy guest post today. Here’s the rundown on what women need to know to prevent sport injuries.

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