Do you ever wonder why you don’t follow through with your New Year’s resolution from January 1st all the way through Christmas? Things come up… you get busy or sometimes a little lazy and next thing you know, you’re so far off track that it feels too overwhelming to get back on track.
Nachos, chicken wings, dips, pizza, and beer… these are just a few star players at any Super Bowl Party. So during the big game, is it possible to make healthy choices? Camelback Village Dietitian Jamie Miller has a play-by-play of how to not have a nutritional fumble while watching the big game.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But with endless holiday parties, seasonal treats, and busy schedules, it can be easy to forgo our normal healthy habits. Camelback Village Registered Dietitian Jamie Miller has some key tipsonhow we can maintain our health this holiday season.
Cross training is a valuable fitness approach that is loosely defined as any incorporation of exercises varying from your traditional training or sports program.
Everyone knows that once Thanksgiving hits, the holiday hustle and bustle begins! Holidays should be about enjoying family, loved ones and celebrating the reason for the season, but somehow it becomes a stressful time of year for many people.
While we all know we’re supposed to drink water every day, there are still questions such as how much water you should have and how it impacts the body. These common questions actually have some pretty complex answers — and the proper intake varies from person to person as well as on a number of factors.
Tennis players, from amateur to professional and everything in-between, don’t spend all of their time on the court. For tennis players that want to improve their game, strengthening and training the body on and off the court is critical.Off court strengthening and conditioning doesn’t just improve your tennis game, it help prevent those pesky injuries.
The latest gym buzzword is HIIT, but what does it stand for? This popular fitness trend is popping up everywhere — and with good reason. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training.
Seven months ago I embarked upon an incredible journey. I trekked Mount Everest reaching the elevation of 18,000 feet where breathing oxygen is so light that mosquitos can’t survive.I didn’t achieve this destination by accident. I set a goal, focused my intention, and achieved something that was extraordinarily important to me.
Heart-rate training is an intelligent way to workout for multiple reasons, and it can benefit all fitness levels, from the beginner that simply wants to lose some weight to the advanced athlete looking to elevate their fitness level.