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Finding the perfect gift for the runner, yogi, or all around fitness fanatic in your life can be tough. Luckily, Amber Wilkerson from the blog Every Once in a Style has compiled the top ten fitness gifts for the season, and they all sit at or under $100. Check it out! 1. Nike ‘Free 5.0 Flash Running Shoe’ 2. Lyrix In-Ear Earbuds 3. Zella ‘Urbanite’ Leggings 4. Nike ‘Dry Fit Half Zip Running Top’ 5. bro Glass Water Bottle 6. Adidas by Stella McCartney Yoga Mat with Strap 7. Natori Yogi Sports Bra 8. Henri Bendel Striped
Taking care of yourself when you’re pressed for time and have a mountain of things to accomplish can be extremely challenging. These women-on-the-go have learned a thing or two about maximizing their time and minimizing their stress levels. Check out their tips. Niccole Hendrickson, Personal Trainer Website: Peak8Fitness.com Instagram: @Peak8Fitness Facebook: @Peak8FitnessInspiration What are your go-to foods when you have a busy day ahead of you? I love quick, pack-a-good-nutritional-punch kind of foods: apples, almond butter, Peak8 superfood cereal (chia seeds, hemp hearts, raw almonds, raw coconut, strawberries, blueberries, and
While we have yet to see the first snowfall, and flip-flops are still a wardrobe staple for many, there’s an undeniable shift in the seasons signaled by falling leaves and back-to-school sales. Sometimes long months of heat make the change a welcome one, but there’s also a disappointment that comes with the end of summer. If you’re struggling to return to get back into a routine and beat the end-of-summer blues, here are a few tips to help. Set goals with an end-of-year deadline Don’t wait for the New Year
Regardless of the importance to our overall mental and physical wellbeing, goals often take the backseat to the day-to-day tasks and thoughts that keep our lives operating. If we talk about goals, the conversation often starts with one word: someday. Someday I will run a 10k. Someday I will eat more salads and less sugar. Someday I will feel comfortable in a bathing suit. Let’s face it – any statement that starts with someday should really begin this way: I will probably never run a 10k. I will probably never
Motivation isn’t usually a permanent resident. It comes and goes, sometimes staying for awhile, and sometimes just making an appearance before flying out the door again. But that doesn’t mean the path to reaching your goals has to be just as rocky. If you’re struggling to stay the course and keep moving forward, here are a few things to remember: Motivation doesn’t have to come before action. If we always waited until we were motivated to act, most goals wouldn’t be reached. You might not be buzzing with excitement every
Often times friends and clients ask why I stay organized, eat clean, make time to exercise, and work so hard to maintain my house. My response is simple, “My body is my temple and my house is my throne.” In order to give my best to work, family, and those I encounter, my personal world needs to reflect the best of my mind, body, and household. Being organized facilitates my ability to eat clean, make time for fitness, and better serve those around me. Eating clean gives me the nutrients,
Even if your days of academia are long passed, back-to-school season typically symbolizes a transition into a more normal routine. As the air begins to cool and the leaves begin to change, it’s the perfect opportunity to take a new approach on your health and wellness. Regular exercise and getting sufficient sleep are two of the most rewarding things you can do for your wellness. Take this change in season as an opportunity to transform your routine or, better yet, establish one. Here are a few recommendations to get