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Good morning fit foodies! Happy Monday!
I am feeling good today. I have already spent a couple of hours with my hands in the dirt, digging and transplanting flowers and my husband went on a run with me this morning.
This is the post that I meant to be writing today, I started typing and I ended up with this post. I want to separate these two because we got into a lot of heavy shiz diz over there and this recipe is much to sweet, simple, and delicious for that. I
Almost all my clients need liver support. In fact, everyone I have ever met needs foods and herbs that will support their liver. There are several reasons for this. It’s not because they all smoke (they don’t), it’s not because they drink a lot of booze(most of them drink less than I do), and it’s not because they are eating a ton of crap. In fact, I have been surprised
Can we talk about something? I feel like overtraining doesn’t get spoken about very often in the fitness industry. We talk about it a lot in the nutrition and health world. But in the fitness community, it often gets over shadowed by the “no pain, no gain,” “no days off” mentality. I have to admit, I am guilty of this myself- but to my own detriment.
Guys, this week has been an absolute whirlwind! I cannot believe that it is Friday! Both my husband and I were just talking about how we thought Wednesday was Monday, and I thought yesterday was Tuesday, all day. I don’t want to go into too much detail yet but we have had a lot of stuff going on in our lives this week. Good stuff, big stuff, exciting stuff!
Good morning fit foodies! Happy FriYay. What are your weekend plans? Ours are a little scattered, I know there is a lot of work involved, but I think there will be some climbing in there too. Today, I have a bit of a heavier topic. I want to talk about something that is extremely important to discuss both for the fitness industry and for alternative health and wellness care (i.e health coaching, wellness, nutritional therapy, coaching etc.). This post is for those of you
It’s finally the weekend on this end of Nutrition Unleashed. I feel like I have been waiting for this one to come for two weeks! Needless to say, a relaxing weekend is long overdue for us. I think we are going to start this morning climbing indoors (it’s still dreary outside) and then I teach yoga this evening. With the rest of our time, we will just try to relax.
It’s another rainy, cloudy day here today. I can hear the water dripping onto the wheel well from the roof of our tiny house and it sounds like it's pouring outside. I’m not going to lie, I’ve really been enjoying a little something different than our usual blistering sunshine. Our plans to go climbing this weekend have been shot, so a muddy trail run may be in the works instead. I can’t complain. But one thing this weather has made me want to do is eat soup allll day long.
Good morning fit foodies!
I sat at this post quite some time, completely uninspired by food. Today, I do not want to share a pretty recipe, nor nutrition facts. Today, I want to share with you one of my home workouts.
I used to live near a gym and now that we have moved our house to a new property, my nearest gym is too far to drive to in the morning. I really miss being able to go to the gym and get a lift in before the sun was even up. For me, lifting in the morning is really enjoyable because if I leave it for l