Are you in need of a fun trip, full of activity but hesitant to take your trip in fear of breaking the bank? You’re in luck! There are lots of great places to visit that give a lot of bang for a little buck. My fiancé and I recently returned home from a super relaxing yet active trip to the breathtaking Smoky Mountains! We did a lot of research on where we wanted to spend our vacation and looked for fun, free activities to engage in while we were there. Getting prepared ahead of time allowed us to have a fun-filled trip while sticking to our budget! Here are some tips to help keep your costs down and have a wonderful, guilt-free vacation! Continue reading “Travel Tips: How to Have a Healthy, Inexpensive Vacation”
Snowflakes are falling, it’s 15 degrees outside, and you have zero desire to get your routine workout in. I don’t blame you! It’s so easy to fall into a slump during the winter and forget all about your regular regime. During the winter, we generally eat more, endure higher stress levels, and restless so it’s especially beneficial to push ourselves to get our legs moving and our hearts pumping! Here are some pointers to help you get back in the groove. Continue reading “4 Tips To Break Your Winter Workout Rut”
Designed to Move
By Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer and Sports Nutritionist
Angie Janes, M.Ed., M.A.
American adults average just 17 minutes of physical activity per day, according to
researchers at Penn State University and the University of Maryland. How did we
become so sedentary? Continue reading “We Challenge You: Get Moving!”
Life is filled with choices, some harder than others, but in every case the decision is ours. What will I eat for breakfast? What will I wear to work? What will I do when I get home from work? What do I want my life to look like in 10 years? The list goes on and on. And all these questions center around one big one: What lifestyle will I foster and live out?
Living a healthy life means eating right, exercising and taking care of ourselves. It requires being healthy in mind, body and spirit. Fitness is central to it all. Whether you’re going to the gym or playing tag football with your kids every Sunday, there are many great options for staying physically fit. The endless benefits exercise supplies your body, mind and spirit should get you moving every day. Check out these key rewards and hop to it! Continue reading “Fitness: The Healthy Choice”
The leaves are starting to turn and the air is crisp. Pumpkin spice everything is hitting the shelves and making its way into our homes. Fall is officially here! What better time to get outside and active with your family than in the breezy, bright red and orange, 60-degree weather? Here are some ideas t get you started: Continue reading “Fall Into Fall: Get Active with Your Family!”
Family Impressions: After years of trying many different supplements, I wasn’t getting the results I wanted. Once I noticed how my grandparents’ health improved after using Reliv, I decided to give it a try. I now take Reliv every single day and have for four years. Continue reading “Reliv Is a Forever Buy: Billy Kennick”
Music can set a certain mood or serve a specific purpose, including getting the most out of our workouts. When creating a workout playlist, it is important to pay attention to songs that evoke strong emotions, especially songs that increase our heart rate or get us dancing! For me, finding songs that remind me of a certain experience or motivational person in my life can transform my workout. Here are 12 of my favorites: Continue reading “Movin’ Music: My Perfect Workout Playlist”
As the working mom of a demanding two-year-old daughter, hitting the gym can be quite the challenge! When I get home from work, I’m ready to relax and enjoy a few hours with my daughter before the 7:30 bedtime ritual kicks in.
I find myself wondering: How could I work out without starting my day at 6am and also avoid taking away from the little free-time I have with my child? Simple: work out with my baby! Continue reading “Staying Fit Without a Fit”
Running and physical fitness have always been a part of Jackie Rust’s life. In fact, when she and her husband welcomed two children into the world, she just put them in strollers and kept right on adding to her hundreds of 5K and 10K medals. But things really changed for Jackie, 33, when a pharmacist friend with an interest in nutritional science suggested Reliv products back in 2007.
“She told me that I had to give Reliv a try because she knew how serious I was about running,” Jackie says. “I placed an order and took it every day until it ran out. I knew it was good for my body, but didn’t realize just how good until I stopped taking it.”