At XSport, we believe fitness is more than just working out, it’s a way of life. We hope you enjoy our newsletter and find some helpful takeaways for staying healthy as you Eat Smart, Be Fit and Live Well in your XSport Life.

Thirsty? Skinny Summer Beverages that are Good for You

woman drinking watermelon drinkWhether you’re enjoying an outdoor event, working hard in the yard or having supper on the deck, you can quench your thirst this summer (and still eat healthy) with these cool beverages.

 

When the weather warms up and you’re active out in the heat, you need to stay hydrated. While there’s nothing wrong with plain ol’ water, we have a few suggestions to help you bring a little more taste to your glass. Consider these alternatives for your cocktail, mocktail, juice or tea. EAT HEALTHY in The XSport Life – Recipes Here

Learning to Let Go of Body Image Insecurities

woman writing positive affirmationsEver wonder if you’re attractive enough, or feel negative about your body? Building a positive body image is a good way to live well and beat insecurities that get you down.

 

Letting go of a self-critical nature can be tough, especially when we’re surrounded by the kinds of images we tend to find throughout the media, on billboards, in stores and more. It can be hard not to compare yourself to others, and unconsciously decide they are in better shape, thinner, stronger or even happier than you are. LIVE WELL in The XSport Life – Start here

Advanced Exercises You Can Work Your Way Up To

Man doing pistol squat at a gymAt XSport, our priority is helping you be fit and stay fit. If you stick with strength training for the long term, you’ll need to advance your routine to get the best results—here’s how.

 

Let’s start by understanding when it’s the right time to advance. When you were at a beginner level, you needed to consistently strength-train for about 6 months before taking on more intermediate level progressions. BE FIT in The XSport Life – Learn how here