With so many shapes and sizes working out at the gym, we’d expect those who strength train to focus on a variety of goals to be fit. Still—we see a lot of amazing upper bodies. We want to make sure you’re giving your legs the attention they deserve. Symmetry is important, both for strength as well as for appearance, and these lower body workout techniques will help.
If you’re an experienced dieter, hopefully you’ve learned: when you find a clean eating guide that works for you, stick with it. With dieting, to yo-yo is a no-no.
But starting with Thanksgiving, eating healthy can be a challenge all winter long. So let’s focus on the positive—what can you eat without overstuffing or feeling deprived?
Already a muscle-building staple, the egg has been called one of nature’s most nutritious foods. You might have heard eggs are a great fitness food source of protein per calorie.
Though health researchers haven’t always agreed on the value of eggs versus their fat and cholesterol content, recent studies offer support for eating several eggs per week.
Plateaus are common, but you don’t have to settle in: if you feel you should be building more strength or increasing endurance, it might be time to progress your workout plan.
Top trainers—including many here at XSport Fitness–use metabolic training principals to advance workout routines and push past fitness plateaus. Here are some tips for you.
When we revamp our food intake to support healthy eating habits, many of us focus on the dinner meal, since it tends to be our biggest meal of the day. Or there’s breakfast—a way to rev up our bodies’ engines.
For healthy eating habits and overall wellness, we should be thinking about lunches, too. Here are simple ways to eat healthy and make over the classic quick meals at your desk or at the burger place down the street.
What’s a Shellac Manicure? First, a little introduction… Being a full-time mother, full-time wife,and having a full-time job, my life my life is always on the go. Unfortunately, there is only 24 hours in a day, so I’m always on a hunt to live well and save an extra 5 or 10 minutes. Time is a luxury item for me and most working mothers can attest to that.
During my single life, I would get manicures on a weekly basis. My friends and I would book our appointments and while our nails were drying, that was our time to chitchat about our daily lives and catch up about dates that we had just gone on or the new pair of shoes we bought. If my nail smudges after leaving the salon, I wouldn’t hesitate to go back in and spend another 20 minutes to fix it. Now, that is a thing of the past.