They are the largest muscles in our bodies — the glutes do so much for us, whether we realize it or not. Yet, due to our increasingly sedentary lifestyles and other aging-related degeneration that takes place in our bodies, we tend not to use our glutes as much as we should. Here are 7 warm-ups to help you ensure you are working those glute muscles to the max during your next leg day.
Looking for a new workout program? Here’s a free upper/lower body split.
How do you know when it’s time for a rest or a lower intensity period?
These tips will help working parents stay focused in the face of busy, stressed days.
Too often we read the headlines about how to lose weight quickly or the latest diet that will trim inches from your waist. But, what about those who are actually trying to gain weight and/or muscle?
Now that I’ve achieved my NASM-CPT my blog is taking on a new tone — fitness and nutrition, with a wine twist every once in a while.
I did a thing over the weekend. A crazy thing. I tried indoor rock climbing! And, not just the beginner level rock climbing — I tried bouldering!
It’s approximately six months into the year and while we are inundated with talk of New Year’s Resolutions around the first of the year, one rarely hears about the six-month checkpoint! As I reset myself for the second half of 2019, I want to share with you some of the reasons why I love the “second New Year.”
Last week, my husband and I spent a couple of days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada — a quick getaway that took more planning than anything else!
This past weekend was Father’s Day, a day to celebrate the dads in our lives. For us here in Syracuse, New York, the spring has been rainy and cool and not at all like our normal June hot weather. Sunday, for example was around 60 degrees and steady, soaking rain. So, instead of our usual clambake on the deck, I decided to make meatballs and sauce!