Month: November 2020

With the amount of information we’re exposed to, it”s easy to overcomplicate our training. When it comes to calisthenics, it appears to look unsafe because we see the end product from the best athletes, but calisthenics is for all levels. There are various forms of calisthenics/bodyweight training that you can do, based on your goals. It’s
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Our guest is Andrew Coates. Andrew is a coach, writer, and podcast host. He works with athletes and gen-pop clients with a focus on education and enjoyment. This means their training, diet, and lifestyle are sustainable for long-term progress.  In recent years, Andrew has successfully branched out to become a prolific content creator. In this episode,
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Every December, I begin my holiday kitchen residency ’ a month spent living between my kitchen island and stove, creating everything from gingerbread cookies to peppermint bark to spiked eggnog. I’ve even dedicated a Christmas playlist and apron to the occasion. Despite my excitement, my stomach doesn’t find this to be the most wonderful month
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Truth be told, you don’t need more than a pen and paper to practice journaling and reap the stress-relieving, mindfulness-promoting benefits. But, journals specifically catered to self-care, wellness practices, and gratitude with prompts and insightful exercises may help you keep the habit. They also make beautiful, thoughtful, and caring gifts during this unprecedented holiday season.
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People are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of gut health and how such common problems as leaky gut and food intolerances can cause symptoms throughout the body. These are just a few of the symptoms that originate in the gut: Foggy brain Difficulty focusing Anxiety Fatigue Skin rashes Difficulty losing weight Headaches To understand
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The holidays are most definitely times to celebrate family and friends and enjoy tradition. Although, many of us will be enjoying our holidays a lot differently, whether that means skipping the usual travels altogether or opting for smaller festivities. One tradition that will undoubtedly take on a new form is a Turkey Trot or other
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This workout begins with 20 minutes of core work to strengthen and tone your abs and back, and ends with a touch of self-massage using a foam roller to release muscle tension. Anna Renderer will lead you through exercises including side planks, sumo squats with twists, and butterfly boats. This workout is perfect if you’re
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@shapedbycharlotte better than a PSL #hellofall #pumpkinseason #healthyrecipes #tiktokcooks #nutritiontips #wellness #proteinshake #smoothie #smoothies ♬ Moon (And It Went Like) – Kid Francescoli What’s better than pumpkin pie? We’d argue a pumpkin pie smoothie simply because we love to turn dessert into drinkable treats that take little to no time at all. And when protein
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