Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. Most employers allow a 30- to 60-minute lunch break. For those on the shorter end, I realize it’s a tight squeeze, but honesty 20 minutes is better than nothing. Here are some tips on how to sneak in a quick workout over lunch.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. OMG! Guess who is back on the podcast? After a crazy year where he managed to survive a massive heart attack and cardiac arrest, Bob Harper is on the podcast for a second time (see the first ep here) to talk about his recovery, as well as his new attitude reflected in his latest book: The Super Carb Diet. Seriously, Bob gets DEEP in this ep talking about his new way of living that may shock some of his diehard fans. (Like, the fact that he is no longer obsessed with getting to the gym.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. via GIPHYThe one where we shared the different areas of your life that you can have a breakthrough in — and how the gym can actually help you get there?via GIPHYWell, we’re back today with a personal update on how our career breakthrough is going by getting Zen Barre certified (they offered us the chance to do it and we jumped at it!). Because, yep, we practice what we preach!via GIPHYJenn’s Update & Workout RealizationSo, I’ve been doing similar-type workouts for a long time now. Pretty much HIIT, running and CrossFit-style workouts.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. Swedish born, Toronto-raised Malin grew up with a health-conscious mom who ran a health food store and gave her inside information on good nutrition at a young age. Malin began her career as a teen model where she experienced many of the pitfalls of dealing with intense scrutiny about her looks and body. These days she is more interested in having the energy to play with her son than starving herself to fit into samples sizes — and she has plenty of advice on how to achieve Hollywood-level glamor with ease in this really fun ep.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. Like many people, I did my time counting calories. Then, for all these reasons, I stopped and never looked back. Years went by without me counting anything.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. I had a few different fitness setbacks pile up, so between a cranky achilles on one leg and an IT band flare-up on the other, followed by dental surgery and a cold … let’s just say I’m a little deconditioned and in need of a good beginner workout to get me back in the swing. And I found it! I’m not sure where I first saw it, but a video of trainer Leandro Carvalho (he’s the Brazil Butt Lift guy) having the time of his life with a room full of “real-sized” women had me seek out his new YOUv2 workout DVD set. I ordered it and promptly popped the first disc into my DVD player.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. Since Thanksgiving, I’ve been on the bench. I’m on the injured reserve. I’m showing up in street clothes to the big game.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. If you’re like millions of others, right now you’re thinking about — or even working towards — a healthier New Year. And we love that! All times are a good time to set healthy goals, but there’s just something special about the fresh start of a New Year. You might have resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier, tackle a new race, hit the gym regularly — all awesome.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. If you’re looking to log some big miles this year, today’s guest post from Dave Essinger is one you can’t miss. He’s sharing the tips and tricks that he and other ultrarunners use to run far, train hard, and stick with it even when it’s beyond challenging. Dave’s new novel about ultrarunning, Running Out, is available from Main Street Rag Publishing Company.
Keeping a lid on the junk in the trunk. via GIPHYHere’s another one: you can’t know what you don’t know. via GIPHYAnd, guys, the stuff that you aren’t aware of may actually be holding you back from reaching your health and fitness goals — especially if you’re trying to drop pounds. WITHOUT YOU EVEN REALIZING IT.