Some people drink alcohol for fun. Other people drink it to compliment their food. And of course many drink it to unwind at the end of a long day. Those are all valid reasons.
In today's fast-paced world, it often feels impossible to maintain a healthy lifestyle with many daily demands. Frequently, a busy work schedule results in stressed workers turning to a vending machine to fight afternoon hunger. However, we know
We've all gotten those late night munchies. Sometimes you get them after dinner, when you're sitting down to watch a movie before bed. Sometimes you get the urge right before you brush your teeth and feel like it's your last chance to get
Everyone loves food.
We love different flavours and textures. We enjoy mixing and matching with various ingredients in our meals. So when some people first started to avidly pursue fitness, they worry that they will have to give a lot of it up.
With never ending demands on our time it can feel as though we are drifting away from the people we love. We strive to make healthier choices for ourselves and our families but tend to become overwhelmed. Our responsibilities to others grow heavy
Ideally, a partner helps us know our blind spots, encourages us through rough spots, and celebrates with us when things go well. Strong partners can bring out our best, and we can tap into the power of partnerships to help us reach our fitness
We know it's important to spend quality time with those we love, but between work and other responsibilities, it can be difficult to make that quality time a reality.
Starting a fitness program can sometimes take a huge amount of self-discipline, and most of us will encounter constant setbacks from the distractions of everyday life. Going at it alone, without an outside influence to hold us accountable for
Training with a partner is an excellent way to get stronger and faster.
Working out can be boring and tedious when you're just starting out, and more often than not, it's easy to just skip out entirely. However, if you train with a partner, whether it's your significant other or just a friend, working out and