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 will learn a basic roundhouse kick (also known as swinging kick or a power angle kick in some gyms).
In today’s video I am going to teach you all how to make some delicious bone broth in a crock pot. This broth is perfect for stocks and soups, or you can drink it with dinner for your Paleo diet.
As a part of my ongoing mission to help you all stay inspired to eat better, I thought I would post another grocery haul video for you all.
This post is prompted by a conversation I had with my father recently. We were talking about my personal training program, and he was curious what it said about “old people.”
While his comment first took me by surprise, once I thought about it, the reality is that my dad is quickly falling into the category of “old person.” He stays pretty active, but he was curious if my personal training program mentioned anything about how older adults can maintain a healthy lifestyle. Lucky for him, my program does talk about this subject!
Though she may only weigh a few pounds, Natsu goes through about 12-14 pounds of hay a month (not including her pellets and fresh veggies). And I always give her the empty box to pick clean or play in.
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 will continue with our kicks and learn the Rear Front Kick (also known as the #8).
Rather than fretting over calorie counting, or buying the latest kitchen gadget to weigh and measure your food, why not try this “handy” and portable method- the hand test!
This is another edition of cooking with Fey, and today we are going to make pork shoulder roast with a delicious quinoa salad.
If you’d like to see how this is made, stay tuned!
Wow, this ISSA book is just full of useful knowledge! I did an article on sleep not too long ago, but here is an excerpt from my personal trainer book that supports everything I wrote about in my previous post. It’s nice to know I’m on the right track with this stuff!
Studying to be a personal trainer has been an amazing experience to help me unravel some of my own beliefs about health and wellness. And I can’t wait to share these “ah-ha” moments with you!