Find a box, bench, or flowerbed outside you can jump (or step up) on for this one. No other equipment required!
In this post we’ll discuss the do’s and don’ts for navigating your health during stressful times.
Stress can really take a toll on our bodies physically in more ways than one. While stressful events in our lives will come and go, having an intentional plan to combat stress can help dramatically.
I’m a sucker for a flavored Diet Coke and a sugar cookie. Luckily we don’t have a ton of drive through soda stops here in Las Vegas or I might go broke! Buying $3 cookies can get real expensive, real quick. You’re all in luck because these copycat original Swig sugar cookies are super easy to make, I swear!
If you’re struggling to find the motivation to workout at home right now during this crazy time you’re not alone. One thing is for sure, you won’t regret it if you do. Now more than ever we could use the release of some endorphins and positive vibes. Not to mention some good old vitamin D!
Do you struggle to eat enough protein each day? If so, this recipe is for you. Each meatball is packed with over 20 grams of protein! Can you believe that!? It’s the truth. Plan 2-3 meatballs in for lunch or dinner and that daily protein goal just got a whole lot easier to hit.
Not much in this world can make an honest woman curse quite as much as the scale.
I love a classic 12-15-9 Crossfit workout. This workout can be done with a barbell, dumbbells, sandbag, or anything heavy you can deadlift. Have fun with it and see how quickly you can blow through it!
In this post we will cover:
- Why diets fail
- How many calories you should be eating when tracking macros.
- Calorie Deficit
- Diet Periodization
- Reverse Dieting
- The Cut
Can you easily jog a few miles without hardly breaking a sweat? This workout is for you then! I challenge you to try something a little different on your daily run today. See the workout below!
These chorizo breakfast burritos are in my new cookbook and seem to be a huge hit! My boys love them so we make them all the time around our house. They store so well in the fridge or you can even freeze them! Just make sure to let them cool completely and wrap each one individually in some cling wrap.