Has anybody tried cooking and mashing cauliflower instead of potatoes at Thanksgiving? It's a great substitute if you want something much healthier with less calories and lots of vitamins! The recipe is online. Your family won't even know the difference!
This week, I could tell the buzz with my clients was definitely the fact that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. With the excitement and anticipation of the holiday, for some comes the fear of losing control and over-eating. Keep in mind that it is not what we do in one day that affects our health and well-being so much as it is what we routinely do. Be mindful as you go about the holidays that there are always healthier food choices! But let's focus more on family and the real reason for the season... we have so many blessings and we are grateful for all of them!
Make the most of your workout today... The right exercise done the wrong way may set you back, or even cause injuries. But good posture, execution and breathing will definitely benefit you! Always ask a trainer if you're unsure about your technique.
Improve your quality of life by surrounding yourself with positive people, energy, and places!
Kudos to all of my dedicated personal training clients who came out on a crazy rainy Monday to put in a good workout! It would have been easy to stay home and chill, but it's always worth it to go the extra mile... I appreciate your commitment!
Many of my clients are currently experiencing alot of stress in their lives. If stress becomes chronic, it can lead to weight gain and even contribute to heart disease! Before the holidays are here, let's try to de-stress together... take a yoga class, try a short meditation, get on a regular workout regimen. All of these activities have proven to lower our stress levels, and therefore keep us healthier! Let's get active now, and we'll all feel stronger and healthier by Christmas!
It's not a coincidence that I'm posting this on the day after Halloween! Remember that your body is like a car that needs to be fueled. In order to keep your metabolism revved up, and your energy levels boosted, make sure you eat something healthy every 2-3 hours. We may become irritable because our blood sugar drops when we are not eating often enough. Some of my favorite snacks include protein bars, string cheese, peanut butter crackers, and fresh fruit.
The Scottsdale Empower Event was small but mighty... one on one time spent with world-class fitness professionals was priceless, invigorating, and inspiring! Can't wait to share all my new "tricks" with my clients! And speaking of tricks... Happy Halloween Eve! Don't eat all your kid's candy!!