We’re heading into a busy time of year with new schedules, etc. and I know a lot of you are feeling some pressure. And, I also know a lot of you think you should toughen up and “push through it.” Spoiler alert: You can’t do it. That’s because stress isn’t all “in your mind.” It’s also in your body.
Betty’s story is a great example of the power of sticking with exercise, even when it can be tempting to give up.
Working out hard is an essential part of any fat loss plan, the only catch is that you can seriously slow, or even reverse, your results by eating poorly. There’s nothing quite as frustrating as when you are working out like a champ only to face the same belly rolls each morning.
Pickleball might have a goofy name. But it might be the fastest-growing sport in America, and it has particular appeal to people over 50
Love salads? Try this amazing Kale and Smoked Salmon Caesar Salad!
We’re sharing a ton of short, useful tidbits about fitness over 50 – facts, quotes, bits of inspiration. When you look at it like this, the evidence is overwhelming. If you want to stay healthy, strong, and independent, you must move, move, move.
This recipe is a great way to enjoy some bread while still maintaining your clean diet. It’s gluten-free and uses flax meal and egg whites to create a soft, fluffy texture.
Want to cuts down on the carbs and calories in your dinner? Try making noodles out of fresh zucchini! This dish is not only delicious but a great substitute for traditional noodles!
Chicken and veggies make up the bulk of this meal, keeping you lean and green! Instead of rice, serve this stir fry over cauliflower rice.
Do you ever find yourself without healthy options for eating out? We all know that it's harder to eat healthily and stick to your diet at a restaurant than at home. Chains, even those without a drive-thru window, can be extra dicey, with oversized portions, high fat, and sky-high sodium.