Thigh gaps, "body goals" idols and paper waist challenges might be all the rage, but are they the best goals to aim for when exercising? Why do you exercise?
Hello, and happy Wednesday! This post is for you if you feel like you go from sitting at breakfast to sitting in your car to sitting at your desk at work to sitting in your car to sitting on the sofa every day Monday to Friday.
Have you ever wanted to live a healthier lifestyle, but gave up before you even tried because you felt that your goal was just too big to achieve? If so, then this post is for you.
I'm seeing it over and over again, and I'm sure you are too. The term "problem areas" is used as naturally when talking about women's fitness as the word "fresh" is used when talking about water. Find out why portraying women's fitness this way is causing more damage than motivation.
I'm sure you've seen tons of advertising on the internet for products that are supposed to get you into shape quickly and pretty much without effort. I'm talking about things like "waist trainers", skinny teas, weight loss pills and so on. In the fitness industry, when things sound too good to be true, they usually are. Find out why!
We all know that resistance training is good for us, but what benefits does it offer exactly? Have a look at the list below, and find out what regular resistance training could do for you!
Today, I have another quick blender recipe for you to spice up what's left of your Monday!
Drinking alcohol is the norm in our society. It has become such a natural thing to do that many people can barely believe that somebody might choose not to drink. In this post, I'll talk about the social aspects of not drinking, my own experiences with it, facts about how our bodies deal with alcohol, and I'll share some tips on drinking in relation to weight loss/ maintenance and a healthy lifestyle. I just want to make it clear that I'm not condemning alcohol completely or trying to make anyone who enjoys it stop drinking occasionally. I'm just talking about my experiences as somebody who chooses not to drink.
Chai lattes are the ultimate comfort drink for me. The warm flavour of the spices combined with milk and a little bit of sweetness can even make the worst days just a little bit better. Because we don't always have the time to go to coffee shops that serve them, and because most of the store bought instant powders contain way more sugar than necessary, I decided to create this healthier homemade version with matcha.
Sitting at a desk all day is detrimental to our health, but a big part of the population still does it for five days each week. Find out what can be done to promote a healthier lifestyle in an office environment!