You're probably contemplating how to keep your fitness and eating goals on track during the holidays, but you also want to enjoy yourself too. Listen, I hear you loud and clear.
If you're a people-pleaser, this one's for you. As a fellow recovering people-pleaser, saying yes to others is practically a lifestyle. At some point though, the saying "yes" to everyone but yourself is exhausting and emotionally draining, but at what point do you take action and begin to actively say "no"? I still struggle with … Continue reading Mindful Monday: Setting Healthy Boundaries
Yo, grain bowls are the future. Have you tried Panera's new warm grain bowls recently? They're great for when you want to have a lot of variety in a meal but want something hardy and not salad. Fire. Absolute Fire. Minus the fact it's like $10+ a bowl. Not so fire. Turns out the Internet … Continue reading Grain Bowl Basics for when You want Panera but Baby, it’s Cold Outside
Photo by Bich Tran on Pexels.com Hey guys! As you know, I told you that I would have a free meal planner and tracker for you available. It's not anything fancy or designer, but it's functional. This meal planner is based on the IIFYM (if it fits your macros) model but can accommodate any diet … Continue reading My Free Meal Tracker is Here!
Photo by fotografierende on Pexels.com I am a chronically slow eater. To the point where people comment on it regularly and it affects when I go out to eat and when I eat at other people's homes. I had a few choking incidents as a kid and I'm 90% certain I have generalized anxiety disorder, … Continue reading Plant-Based Diets: A Balanced Review
Are you fit enough to complete your bucket list? What's on it that you desperately want to accomplish but feel you can't because of an injury or lack of training?
With the weather heating up and people looking to stay healthier, drinking water is a great place to start. Learn about how much water you should be drinking, how to stay hydrated, and prevent a heat-related emergency if one occurs.
If you would like the extended version of this post, head over to Medium and read this for free! One of the questions that is on our lifestyle evaluation at Gold's is "Do you think a regular fitness routine will benefit your job?" Over 75% of the people that I have done consultations with answered … Continue reading For Grads and Professionals: Your Health and Fitness Benefits Your Career!
Looking for a science-backed method to achieving your fitness and health goals? Three studies have debunked the how successful food tracking is, how long it actually takes, and how to control your cravings (and they don't cost you anything but your discipline and a little extra time.
Ahh accessory work, or, as I like to call it, bitch work. The seemingly useless or downright gross movements that the coach or trainer prescribes in your workout that you scratch your head and think, "Why do I have to do this?" I thought the same thing because the coach never explained its purpose and … Continue reading Accessory Work? Again, Coach?