by Kimberly Kimmig Be creative and have fun dating your husband again. Rather than spending a small fortune on dinner and a movie, why not try a fun activity together or explore someplace new? An active date will help keep you fit, improve communication within your marriage, and help you make memories as a couple. […]
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OK, we all know it’s coming. It begins with Halloween candy and spirals down as Thanksgiving rolls in with all the comfort foods. Then December…
by Kirsten Evans Baby Boot Camp® Orlando Owner & ACE® Certified Fitness Instructor Specializing in Pre & Postnatal Fitness Daily Routine: Push Ups: 15 reps Plank Jacks: 60 sec (shoulders and core) Side Plank Hip Dips: 15 reps (right side only) Mountain Climbers: 60 sec Side Plank Hip Dips: 15 reps (left side only) Plank: […]
It’s football season, so what’s better than a few exercises to change up your workout routine and get that booty feeling a little tighter?
Exercising while on vacation may sound crazy to you, but taking 20-30 minutes each morning to break a sweat will leave you feeling energized and will also lead to making healthier dining choices (or not feeling as guilty when you splurge).
By Kristen Scruggs I’m a very active person and I love, enjoy and NEED exercise in my life! I am addicted to running. However, when I was four months pregnant with my daughter, my doctor asked me to stop running. I was devastated. It looked like I had placenta previa, and he wanted to be […]
By making a few small changes to recipes, adding exercise and trying out some tips and tricks for saving calories, you’ll be on the right track this year to make it through the holidays this year!
“Oh, the joys of working out while nursing! ‘Juggling the two’ will definitely take an adjustment period – pun intended! Your new best friends: Your breast pump and a good sports bra.” Kristen shares her three steps to efficiently working out while nursing.
Yes, it is that time of year again, and being a mom doesn’t mean you can’t get outside and enjoy the sun (and soak up some Vitamin D!).