One of the most important aspects of moving better, feeling better and aging actively is BALANCE! YPB client Dan Baen, 66, has experienced significant improvement with his balance since he invested in his health and fitness.
Here is another wholesome dinner that’s simple and quick enough to make on a busy weeknight. Lean cuts of pork are high in protein and low in fat. Add a side of veggies and you’ve got a clean meal that delivers all the right nutrients without waist-expanding carbs.
Just think of the clean eating streaks that you’ve abandoned for a slice of cake, and all of the extra calories you’ve eaten just to have a taste of something sweet before bed. Where’s that sweet tooth gotten you? To help you conquer your sugar craving once and for all, I’ve identified 5 sweets you should ditch, and a healthy substitute for each.
Here’s an exciting salad that takes the concept of chicken and veggies to a whole new level! There is so much going on in the flavor department like sweet mango, savory chicken, tender asparagus, tangy arugula, and creamy goat cheese. The herb marinade for the chicken is a total winner – don’t be surprised to find yourself using it often!
Meet one of our newest clients, 84 year old Anthea Aitken. Already, Anthea is dedicated, hard working and has committed long term to our 30 in training sessions a couple of times per week to help her realize her dream of actively reaching 100+. We've decided to start early following her story and think you should join us.
Inspire MD Coastal Bend Medical Magazine recently featured Lynae’s life success story as their cover article. This article is a MUST read
As a Team of Functional Aging Specialists we are passionate about getting the word out regarding what we do and how we meet the over 50 crowd right where they are with their health and fitness. Susan Ames is one of our hardest working clients not only in the studio but also in getting the word out to the community about what we do.
All too often the idea of making dinner at home comes with an overwhelming sense of dread. You think of the effort it will take and the mess that it will make. Not to mention, your family may not even like what you’ve slaved over, making the whole process a waste of time. This recipe for Sausage and Cabbage Comfort Soup is packed with wholesome fiber from fresh vegetables and protein from sausage.
Here’s a fun way to eat your eggs – cooked in a waffle maker! In this recipe the subtle flavors of Greek omelet are served up in a convenient waffle shape. This is the perfect recipe to enjoy for brunch or to make on the weekend and portion out for a week of quick on-the-go breakfasts to grab and enjoy on your way to work.
In today’s fast paced world we consume over 30% of our daily calories away from home. These less-than-wholesome calories are accumulating around our waists and draining our bank accounts. So why do we eat out and shun the kitchen? Simple: