Beginners Kickboxing Workout Basics for Cardio: Movement Part 1

In this video we will transition from upper body moves to our legs and feet. Today’s tutorial will be part one of proper foot work to be successful in the kicks that will come next.

My Meeting With A Personal Trainer

This weekend I was lucky enough to meet with a personal trainer and pick his brain about general fitness goals (ones that I could share with you all), and about my personal fitness needs (because I’m always curious how to be healthier).

Cooking Basics 101: Pan Fried Chicken

Today in our Cooking Basics 101 series we are learning how to cook chicken in a pan on the stove top. If you’ve always struggled with this please continue watching for tips and tricks!

So why a fitness AND cooking blog?

There’s a reason why I’m dividing this blog into a fitness and healthy eating site. I want this to be a “one stop shop” for all of your healthy living needs! And unfortunately, we need both of these elements to lead a healthy, balanced life.

Beginners Kickboxing Workout Basics for Cardio: 5 & 6 Upper Cuts

Today is another edition in my exercise cardio video series titled “Beginners Kickboxing Workout Basics” for people who would like to learn how to kickbox from the comfort of their own home. In this video we cover the number five and six punches in kickboxing: the left and right upper cuts.

Crock pot Meals: Chicken and Vegetables (Organic)

In today’s video I’ll show you how to make this delicious chicken leg and mixed vegetable recipe. If you’d like to make this yourself, please see below for the ingredients you will need.

What I’m Eating This Week: End of January 2017

In my ongoing mission to help you all stay inspired and eat better, I thought I would post another grocery haul video for you all. Now, this shopping trip isn’t as large as normal because it hasn’t been a full week since I last went to the store- so I still have loads of veggies sitting in my fridge.

Why is breakfast so important?

Eating breakfast is really the best thing you can do for your body in the morning. Not only does it “kick start” a dormant digestive tract (digestion slows down when we’re asleep), but it also provides our bodies with vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals to help propel us through the morning.