Power Smoothie

Kale, Berry, & Acai Power Smoothie The combination of berry goodness in this recipe balances out the flavor of the kale making an amazingly delicious smoothie! Feel free to mix it up and substitute different berries or even trade out the kale for broccoli and see what you think! – 1 ripe banana -1/3 of…

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Perfect 10

Set a timer for 10 minutes. Perform as many rounds as possible of the following exercises with limited rest until the 10 minute Set is over. Recover 3-4 minutes and move to the next set. Set 1 10 Squats 10 Walking lunges (5 per leg) 10 Standing Knee Tucks Set 2 10 Jump Squats 10…

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Lean Taco Peppers

You’ve heard the saying that “abs are made in the kitchen” and getting fit is 70% diet and 30% exercise. I agree. So to ensure you’re success, I want to provide tasty, healthy alternatives to family favorites. THE ESTIMATED TIME TO MAKE THIS RECIPE IS 25-30 MINUTES. Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees. Line baking sheet with foil, (for…

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Self-Confidence Equals Growth

In today’s world of status, high society, and social media, it’s easy to forget what constitutes actual self-confidence and success. Personal growth and development are what life’s journey is all about. Your true level of self-confidence will be reflected in your willingness to step outside your comfort zone and find whatever is next. Carol Dweck…

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Do You Train or Work Out?

Training is following a program with an end goal in mind. Working out is when you go to the gym with no routine or specific goal. Training gets results while working out helps you break a sweat. Is anything wrong with just working out? No. But if you have a specific goal in mind and…

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Get Ahead Gingerbread

This yummy treat is the perfect way to recover from a workout. The Greek yogurt contains the protein needed to repair and rebuild your muscles and the bananas replace the carbs and potassium you expended during your workout. The molasses is an excellent source of iron that aids in delivering oxygen to the muscles.  Give…

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Balls to the Wall

Balls to the Wall WORKOUT 1 minute ball toss on wall 20 ball swings between legs 20 walking lunges holding ball overhead 20 crunches
 w/ ball 10 pushups on ball 20 laying leg raises with ball between knees 30 second soccer taps on Ball. Rest 2 minutes, repeat 2 times   Check out Head2Toe Fitness…

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Scrumptious Spaghetti Squash

Healthy doesn’t have to equal hours in the kitchen. Give this quick recipe a try and see how easy it is to incorporate healthy recipes into your daily routine! THE ESTIMATED TIME TO MAKE THIS RECIPE IS 15-20 MINUTES. Prepare spaghetti squash by microwaving for 5-10 minutes, or until soft, (be sure to pierce with a…

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Red Means GO!

“A BARRIER is not to be perceived as a RED LIGHT to the way things are, but rather a GREEN LIGHT as to the way things can be.” – Todd Durkin. We have to stop looking at everything as a negative. Find the positive in things that may not be going your way. There might…

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Perfection… or What’s Possible?

Just like trying to find the perfect mate who meets a list of criteria, reaching a specific weight is a pretty big and often unattainable goal. Giving yourself a range may be a more successful approach for you. Instead of fixating on a particular number, you might say that losing 5-10 pounds is your goal.…

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