Did you know that both women AND men have pelvic floor muscles? The stereotype is that only women have a pelvic floor (PF) and should do kegel exercises but in fact, men also have a PF and need to do kegel exercises! Read on to learn more… Pelvic Floor Facts: The PF muscle is a […]
If you are currently pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant, here is a quick guide to dietary supplements that should be included in your daily regime according to the most recent version of the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. These are important minerals to include in addition to eating a healthy and well-balanced meal plan. […]
Who else HATES that saying? I totally get the idea of New Year, New You…BUT that saying is so overused and misinterpreted in many ways. INSTEAD, let’s focus on continuing our healthy habits from the previous year and build on that. If you fell out of your fitness and or eating routine over the holidays, […]
To indulge or not indulge over the holidays? The holidays are quickly approaching and if you’re like me, it’s the most challenging time of year to stay ON TRACK with healthy eating and exercise! The key is to plan ahead before temptations arise with these few easy steps: Plan your Weekday Meals– Before the holiday […]
The answer is…YES! According to ACOG guidelines (The American College of Obstetrician and Gynecologists), “Women with uncomplicated pregnancies should be encouraged to engage in aerobic and strength-conditioning exercises before, during, and after pregnancy”. It is recommended that pregnant and postpartum women get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity spread throughout the week. […]
It’s HOT, it’s HUMID and you still need to get your workout in…. It’s the middle of summertime for many of us and that means sweating a good amount more during your workouts, especially if you’re working out outdoors. Before heading out the door, be smart and plan ahead so you don’t get caught getting […]
It’s officially Summer which means being outside more in the hotter weather! With that, a higher risk for severe dehydration and heat stroke, which can be very scary. The average woman needs to consume about 91 ounces (2.7 liters) and men 125 ounces (3.7 liters) per day. The key is to stay on top of […]
You are not alone if you answered YES! Read on and get out of “Scale Jail”…
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