6 Meal Planning & Preparation Tips for the Real World

Meal preparation. Two words every fitness coach throws at their clients and every fitness and nutrition writer loves to write about. Especially at this time of year. You know, “holy crap I’m out of shape and have to fix my diet” time. Also known as January. When you think about it, it’s really not fair.… Continue reading 6 Meal Planning & Preparation Tips for the Real World

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Strength Training, Ball Games Improve Bone Health For Kids

The type of exercise that children get in school does make a difference. This is shown by a major Danish study from researchers at the University of Southern Denmark and University of Copenhagen. Eight to ten-year-old schoolchildren develop stronger bones, increased muscular strength and improved balance when ball games or circuit training are on the… Continue reading Strength Training, Ball Games Improve Bone Health For Kids

Bucketball Family Fitness Challenge

Bucketball Challenge! Simple rules: do an exercise, get one shot. First one to 6 pts. wins. Except, as you can see, making those shots was the real challenge! In the end, mom missed the game-tying shot to send us into OT, so Morghan got the W! Great job Mo! (and Mom!) Is YOUR fitness this… Continue reading Bucketball Family Fitness Challenge

5 1/2 Ways to Make Your Family Healthier

In our hustle and bustle society, family health is often pushed out of the picture. This is in spite of the massive rise of organized youth sports, “health clubs” springing up like weeds and a never-ending flow of information about food and nutrition. Visits to the fitness center and scheduled sports practices have largely replaced… Continue reading 5 1/2 Ways to Make Your Family Healthier