A study published in Nature (June, 2012) reported that about 100 trillion bacteria - three or four pounds worth - live on the human body, and they are more than just passive travelers.
Hard work and intelligent training is essential when it comes to running faster and farther, no matter how experienced you are.
It’s that time of the year again when people are making lifestyle adjustments to help meet New Year’s resolutions. For those looking to either lose weight or keep it off, here are some strategies to consider.
The newest craze in the fitness/performance world is the addition of a pre-workout drink. This supplement is meant to serve as a “boost” to get you through your routine with greater outcomes.
If you need a quick reboot to your life and this is the year you want to get healthy and change your lifestyle, I have five steps to start that change. Remember it takes 21 days to build a habit, then the concentrated effort will reduce, but you still need to be mindful of your choices.
- Portions. We live in a world of portion distortion. Start reading labels and measure out your food! If you don’t know how much food you are really eating, you will never lose weight. A plate at a restaurant typically is three or more servings.
Figuring out what to wear when you are going to be outdoors in the winter can be difficult sometimes. While it is cold outside, you may be doing an activity that will cause you to be warm, such as running, skiing, an outdoor workout or shoveling.