Chicken breast – Regular and thin sliced, skinless. Tip; Cook extra at night and take to work next day. Cereals – best choice, Oatmeal, Quaker® old fashioned, cooks in 3-4 minutes in microwave (not quick oats, which cooks in one […]
Did you ever wonder why some people seem naturally thin without effort? You probably attribute this to their genetics; maybe they were born with a fast metabolism, or blessed with a small appetite – and while that may be true […]
Many moms, especially those who exercise on a regular basis, think prenatal yoga is a little slow. “That’s for when I’m too big to move,” they say to themselves. The truth is that prenatal yoga offers plenty of benefits to all pregnant women, regardless of how many weeks they are along, how they’re feeling, or whether they can still go for a jog or do a burpee. If you’re maintaining a more rigorous exercise schedule, that’s great! You can still get a ton of benefits from a prenatal yoga class.
First of all, a BIG SHOUT OUT for Lauren Gendreau for working so hard over the last few years and becoming super healthy – you are a true inspiration! And a BIG THANK YOU for all of her hard work at Fitness Unlimited and for being an amazing person to work with and be around – Lauren we already miss you but we know that you’re going to do great in Denver and wish you all the best, you deserve it!
When I first heard about barre classes in the fitness industry I automatically pictured myself back at the ballet barre in pink tights and a black leotard doing plies and tendus to classical music. Though I personally LOVE ballet I know that the majority of the fitness population would not be jumping up and down to partake in such a workout.
Have you ever wondered what your Pilates instructor meant when she talked about the “Pilates Principles” during class? This blog entry by Kara Griffin from mindbodygreen.com gives a quick but vivid view on how you can apply these principles to everyday life. Check it out!