It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Getting back on track with your diet

Let’s all be honest with ourselves, maintaining a healthy diet for an entire lifetime is difficult. You will likely fall out of routine every now and then! See this week’s trainer’s tips for how to get back on the horse – with bonus recipe!

Don’t Leave Yourself High and Dry: Get enough water in the winter

People often worry about gaining weight in the winter. However, an increased risk of dehydration likely poses a greater threat to your health during the cold months than any extra poundage you may put on. See this week’s trainer’s tips for how to improve your water intake during wintertime.

Comfort Food and Your Body: It’s ok to gain a little weight this winter

When the weather gets cold, we typically like to eat and drink things that will warm us up. Follow this week’s trainer’s tips for how to embrace your natural rhythm this winter, without forgetting your fitness goals!

Starting Over: Bouncing back from trauma to your body and mind

Experiencing physical or mental trauma can change everything. Oftentimes when this happens, the best choice for us is to slow down and restructure. This can be frustrating when you’re working on your fitness goals! See the trainer’s tips this week for why starting over might be the best choice.

Meatless Diets Aren’t Healthier Unless You Also Eat Healthy: The importance of balance

A common misconception about meatless diets is that they’re automatically healthier than diets that include meat. The key to a successful plant-based lifestyle is balance and healthy habit-forming. We discuss what that looks like in your trainer’s tips this week!

If You’re Reading this Take a Nap: Getting adequate sleep for your brain and body

Humans need sleep. Sleep is essential for our brains and bodies to operate at their best capacity. Unfortunately, many of us don’t get the enough of the healthy sleep we need!

Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail: Grocery shopping doesn’t have to be a pain in the butt

Part of executing a healthy diet includes intentionally stocking your fridge and pantry. Therefore, how you do your grocery shopping matters. In this week’s trainer’s tips, learn how to plan for grocery store trips that support your fitness goals.

Wrist Game Strong: Why your wrists need more love than you’re giving them

Your wrists are an underrated, but invaluable, muscle group for achieving your fitness goals. No one can afford for a wrist injury to throw off their routine. See this week’s trainer’s tips for maintaining strong and healthy wrists.

Keep it Simple: Rethinking our approach to maintaining a healthy diet

The time and effort it takes to prepare fresh meals can be major roadblocks to maintaining a healthy diet. Rethinking your approach to preparing meal can simplify your eating habits without sacrificing nutrition.