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Coming up with a go-to list of a few meals that fill this void of needing something to put on the dinner table in a quick pinch has really helped me out! I typically plan one or two of these as our meals each week, deciding when I’ll used them based on what my schedule looks like and when we will get home.
When cold nasty weather shows its face, it makes the convenience of getting a cardio workout in without needing exercise equipment a little bit more difficult, or at least not as enticing. There are still ways to get those cardio benefits if you don’t have large cardio equipment. And if you do have a treadmill, there are all sorts of ways to undo the treadmill boredom and keep it fun during the winter months.
This months workout challenge is all about NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED! Because as we are stuck in our houses (a little more than we used to be), you can still get a great workout in! for more info on how to workout at home and increase or decrease the intensity of this workout based on your fitness level!
When done correctly, snacks provide that healthy yumminess that holds you over until your next meal. Some snacks even keep me from feeling deprived of certain foods.
It’s so hard to know where, let alone when to start exercising after having a baby. Especially if it is your first birth and to add to it, if you had a C-section. I mean seriously! They basically cut us in half!
Putting together an at home gym can be fairly cost effective and doesn’t necessarily have to require a lot of space.
I’m going to take you through a few options around space, weight equipment and cardio equipment. Hopefully giving you some ideas to get you started, or add or make changes to what you currently have, to work better for you, so that you can make exercising at home a great experience.
“Use the knowledge of calories as a part of the healthy lifestyle behavior change process – not the sole process.”