Just because you like to indulge in a cheeseburger now and then or wake up to a griddle crackling with bacon doesn’t mean you can’t go outside the box once in a while.
Just because you have cut meat and animal products out of your diet doesn’t necessarily mean you are eating healthier.
When we think of superstar athletes, we normally tend to envision competitors with bulging biceps and endorsement deals.
This Valentine’s Day, show some love for your health as well as your significant other.
So you have raced your heart out, burned so many calories each week that you never had to watch your intake, and even when you cheated you could get away with it because the heat training always burned it off before it could turn into a bigger belly. So now [...]
The centerpiece of Thanksgiving dinner for most people is the turkey, though classic side dishes like mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet yams, hot rolls and various casseroles are the combined elements that make Thanksgiving dinner what it is.
It’s that time of year again, when the leaves change to vibrant hues and the air turns crisp.
Ask yourself these three questions: Are you having trouble getting motivated to get your health and fitness under control? Are you easily bored with just doing the same old thing over and over and over and over? Do you want to start training for fun but have the chance to [...]
We often picture professional athletes as muscular and meat-eating.
We all want to train hard and get the most out of our fitness. Some of us are training for a specific sport, or race, and some of us are just “training for life” to maintain our overall health. I work with all different types of athletes and I’ve seen some succeed and some fail. Here is the single most important skill to have when training the human body. This skill will ultimately be the deciding factor of your success or failure.