Health & Wellness
Myth #1: Diet is more important than exercise for losing weight. “Eat less and move more” is often used to describe the complicated relationship between diet and exercise. In reality, the key lies in trying to tip the energy balance scale with a combination of both reducing food intak…Continue Reading.
Did you know that the food you eat can have an impact on your mood? Just as a car needs gasoline to run; our bodies need fuel to function. It is important to put the right fuel in the body for it to function at its best. A balanced diet with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, beans/len…Continue Reading.
Need ideas for a full body circuit training workout? Try this 30 minute routine! Most moves can be complete with body weight only. However, if you want to intensify your workout, add weight (dumbbells, kettle bells, or barbells). If you need an alternative for the arms, use can goods or water bot…Continue Reading.
Thanks to Ashley, group exercise instructor at our McCordsville facility, for this great workout! Who is ready for a military/boot camp style workout? Body weight, mat, water, and towel are the only items needed to complete this workout. Take water breaks as needed. This workout will raise the he…Continue Reading.
Right now many of us have schedules that look different than normal. We’re trying to create new routines for ourselves and our families. We are trying to maintain the same eating habits when access to groceries has shifted. We are trying to continue exercising when our gyms are closed. It…Continue Reading.
With 2020 full steam ahead, many people are starting to enter murky waters. Like every year, we often rely on January being a new, fresh, and exciting start to improving our lives, a benchmark for our BEST year yet. By the time January’s honeymoon phase begins to fade, the reality of February o…Continue Reading.
One of the most important things to do, when it comes to making a change in your health, or even maintaining your current health, is to figure out what truly motivates you. There are two main types of motivation-intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Simply put, an intrinsically motivated person foc…Continue Reading.
Stress is a part of life. Everyone experiences it from time-to-time. According to the American Psychological Association, 75% of adults reported experiencing moderate to high levels of stress in the past month, and nearly half reported that their stress has increased in the past year. The eff…Continue Reading.
Do warm-up before your workouts? I tend to be a creature of habit with my warm-up, but I switched things up a couple of months ago after taking a week to do just yoga. I realized I needed more mobility/yoga type movements in my warm-up and these full-body moves are the best combination! The benef…Continue Reading.