Crossfit is a commitment, and most athletes who show up consistently are looking to improve and perform at their best. Get them a gift that helps them reach those goals. This roundup will help the crossfitter on your list tackle any WOD! Lifters. Hands down, lifters were the best investment I have made since starting … More 2017 Holiday Gift Guide: 7 Ideas for the Crossfit Athlete on Your List
Sundays call for sweating! And due to the endless rain in Syracuse, I took my workout to the gym in my apartment complex. This 45-minute circuit mixes cardio with total-body strength moves. Each move listed has a tutorial below to help guide you. Give it a try and leave me your thoughts in the comments! Renegade … More Sweaty Sunday Workout
I recently made the switch from listening to the radio to listening to a podcast whenever I’m in my car. I’ve been flying through The Model Health Show on iTunes, and I’m amazed at how much time I was spending mindlessly listening to music I didn’t love when I could’ve been learning and motivating myself. … More Establishing a Morning Routine
I hear from a lot of people who get into ruts with their fitness. Some days it’s much harder to get out the door than others. We’ve all been there! The good news is, there are ways to break that rut and get your motivation back. Sign up for a race. Like the saying goes, … More Finding the Motivation to Run
If you’re anything like me, the hanger is REAL come 3 p.m. (or really any time it’s been 3+ hours since I last ate). My energy dips, I can’t think, I’m grumpy.. and with that, I’m likely to reach for anything in sight as my next snack. To stop this cycle from affecting everyone around me, … More What’s In My Emergency Snack Kit?
Is there anything better than ice cream on a hot day? I could eat it for every meal, every day in the summertime, so I sought out healthy alternatives. These recipes are quick and made with whole, simple ingredients. Cookies and Cream – if you make one recipe from this list, it should be this one. … More Banana Nice Cream: Summer Recipe Roundup
When summer hits, the last place I want to be is inside working on a hot stove/oven. So for most of my summer dinners, I turn to salads. Salads get a bad rap for being boring/girly/lame/you-name-it. But to me, they’re refreshing. Crunchy. Flavorful. Light. Easy. And they’re variable. The options are endless, people! So, salad-haters, … More A week of Summer Salads