Consistency is the most essential piece of training. Many clients are "all-in" one month and then "all-out" for two months and then back again. It's the vicious "cream puff" cycle.
The all or nothing mentality is the worst thing that you can do (or be/have) and there is no such thing as a "quick fix" with any fitness regime. If you can just strive to make being fit a part of your life and everyday routine, you will see huge results over a 6-12 month time!
The kids are off to camp and he's playing golf, why not grab a girlfriend and take some time for you?!
Take Five is a day camp for women owned by the fantastic, Carole Blum. Go for the day, or a week (or more) and learn how to grill, make sushi and decadent desserts...Then work it off in a variety of fitness classes!
I love Beyonce. I think she's real, seems pretty grounded, gorgeous, super talented and has a healthy, fit, womanly figure.
How does she maintain that "Single Ladies" body? Well, it doesn't come easy! The singer told SELF how she got in the best shape of her life for her current world tour.
Yep, it's Memorial Day and the un-official start of summer! Both Ardmore and Northern Liberties studios are closed today. Evening classes are on as scheduled at Rittenhouse...Check the online schedule via the website.
Want to catch a class in center city? With no traffic, it's the perfect day to hop on the el (7 minute trip door-to-door from Northern Liberties) or drive in!
Linda asks a good question: Lauren, do you think that eating at night makes one fat?
I actually get asked this a lot. I think that a calorie is a calorie in the grand scheme of things, but if you're going to eat right before bed, make it a very small portion. Otherwise you'll spend your sleep time digesting, which can really disrupt your sleep cycle. I don't think that you have to stop eating at a certain cut-off time, but you should be aware of the types of foods that you are consuming and make them healthful ones!
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