I’m a massive Michael Jordan fan (in case you didn’t know this about me) he believed that he would get out of the game exactly what he put into it.
If you have ever stepped on a scale after a week of dieting and exercise, only to wonder why the scale has not budged – or worse, moved upward! – you are not alone.
Food labels are the sources of nutritional facts that are imperative in us make healthy choices. But we must know how to read them first, stepping us away from marketing BS and into a place of knowledge and power!
I read an article about why women need girlfriends and it was pretty dismal. Can you guess what the first reason was on that list?
In this day and age, everyone sees popularity as the way to be, it has become more important to have the most likes on FB/instagram, or the most views on snapchat rather than having value in who you are.
Our bodies rely on us to provide quality nutrients and energy through the food we eat and the liquids we drink. When our digestive process is sluggish, either through faulty digestion, absorption or poor food choices, our bodies become deficient and cannot perform as effectively as we need them to.
Self-belief doesn't mean arrogance or blindness to one's own shortcomings. Then again, it doesn't mean believing that you are perfect as you are, either.
A guy named Tim Grover trained both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. When asked about how Kobe, one of the fiercest competitors of all time, trained, Tim said...
Changing your life for the better is about picking a destination and taking one step at a time to get there.
Every strong motivation begins with a positive approach and a vision. It begins with a strong faith in your own power and willingness to change.
Most people are used to equating exercise with long, boring gym sessions that last at least an hour or more.
Weight-lifting brings tangible results and is hugely satisfying. The are so many important reasons you should add strength training to your week. Here are just a few.
Despite our best intentions, as women our first instinct is often to compare ourselves with the other women around us
There’s no question that most adults, no matter how strong or athletic they are, are intimidated by handstands
Fat is essential to our daily lives. It is an energy source, helps transports vitamins around the body including vitamins A, D, E, and K, helps insulate and protect our vital organs from trauma, is essential in the nervous system as well as in the manufacturing of healthy hormones.
There is no better time to start to put goals in place than right now- The most important benefit of setting goals isn’t achieving your goal; it’s what you do and the person you become in order to achieve your goal that’s the real benefit.
This week we have one of my favourite goal-setting and problem-solving challenges.
The world is full of opportunities, but sometimes too much thinking can get in the way.
big fitness myth that has been floating around forever is that working out on an empty stomach will help you burn more fat. It's called fasted cardio, It seems like everyone is spouting this myth, but the truth relies on science.
It is important to keep in mind what kind of workout you are doing, how hard you will be training and what you are looking to gain from your workout before deciding on what meals to have to support those goals.
Exercise is so important for our mental health but did you know it’s also one of the most powerful tools to prevent you from getting sick.
At #teamtash we are all about exercising safely and correctly
You just crushed a really hard work out. You upped the load of your training, or you stepped out of your routine and tried a new activity. You feel great — until you wake up the next morning, barely able to move.
Taking a week to “deload,” or recover a bit, is a simple training method that allows you to keep making progress without abandoning training all together.
It’s been said, knowledge is power. Unfortunately, many people like to spread damaging information or intimate details about others, whether true or not. This is what is called gossip.
As a mother of these two (Grace and Finn) I know we often don’t put ourselves, our needs/wants first.
We all know by now that we should be eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. But knowing and doing are two different things, aren’t they?