We talk about health a lot on the blog, but what does it actually mean to live a healthy lifestyle? Contrary to marketing ads and magazines and social media stereotypes, healthy living does not equate to working out every day and forgoing your favorite foods.
We decided to switch it up this week and try something new; we hopped in the pool. And to our surprise, we had the best (and hardest) week of workouts. So much so, that we're making swimming a part of our 2020 routine.
As the old saying goes, too much of a good thing can quickly spoil (or something like that), which is why it's important to say farewell to the holiday cheer and get back at it with our health and fitness routine.
Take this as a friendly reminder. A permission slip, if you need one. Eat the cookie. Watch the holiday movie without feeling guilty about skipping the gym. Embrace and enjoy all that is this season. We know we are.
We should always be thinking about and protecting our joints. Whether injured or not, our body needs us to be conscious and considerate of how we move—especially during intense workouts and HIIT sessions.
Quality health and fitness items can not only help with your workouts, but they often last longer, saving you money (and waste) in the long run. Here are a few of our favorite items we're shopping for this weekend: