The Fitness Resolution

We are well into 2018 now, and many of us have already forgotten the resolutions we made at the beginning of the year. Some have started and stopped. Some never began. Others decided to not make any resolutions at all. For most who do make resolutions, physical fitness and health is among the top players for new year goals. If you didn’t make any or feel like you’ve failed before you even began, then this piece of advice is for you!

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All I want for Christmas is My Muscle Tone

All I want for Christmas is My Muscle Tone

Christmas is a time for giving, and that includes giving to yourself! How are you supposed to continue supporting and caring for others if your health isn’t a priority? From body builders to parents of toddlers, muscle tone is vitally important for your day to day. It doesn’t just make you the envy of all your neighbors; it also gives you the capacity to bend, lift, play and build the life you have always wanted.

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Holiday Self-Care Plan

Whether you have family or not, work overnight or at the crack of dawn, follow a shake plan or strict diet, have allergies, spend all your time on the road or in front of a screen, live in a dorm or live at the gym, you have to eat something at some time if you want your body to keep functioning at its best. Nutrition is rarely found in a drive-thru or at a holiday dinner. This year, give yourself the gift of meal prep.

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Abs are Made in the Kitchen

So you’ve been going to the gym for a while now, clocking those hours weight training, hitting the mat for crunches, straining through hanging leg raises and still staring at the six packs all around you in envy. At this point it’s no longer an issue with muscle strength. You’ve been nailing the workouts with more and more ease, and yet those sexy, stomach muscles aren’t making their big debut. Why not?

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Shield Meal Prep Bag

Meal Prep for Daily Life

Meal prepping each week is a key component to food and portion control; therefore, it is a pillar to health and weight management. It saves you time throughout the week. It saves you money. It brings balance and order into life, and yet it’s still not a mainstream habit. Why?

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No Time to Workout

The modern-day schedule is more sedentary than ever before! We sit at the breakfast table, in the traffic jam, at our desks, in front of the TV, at dinner, and then finish the evening at a computer, tablet or game console. Currently less than 5% of Americans get the recommended 30 minutes a day of exercise to help ward off disease and health issues. One of the primary excuses is time, and how can you change that?

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Balancing Fitness and Family

One of the most rewarding and challenging responsibilities we have in life is being a parent! This is not a job with paid vacations, weekends, sick leave, flexible hours or training manuals. It’s a plunge into the deep end and sink or swim for the next 20+ years of your life. So how exactly do you retain your hedonistic life of fitness, food and physical dedication?…

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