There’s so much advice out there on how to get back to the gym, how to get your mind and body ready to get into the fitness game. But today is Mother’s Day. How can being a mom prepare you for a fitness journey?
You are working out for your basic goals: you want more muscle and less fat. How do you make that happen? We got your back! Let’s talk about the answers to three of the most popular questions and get you on that road to fat loss!
There comes a point in every relationship where a conversation needs to take place about what happens next. If you’ve been feeling like you’re stuck in the same spot with your fitness life, it’s time for a warm yet candid #DTR about where to go next.
When it comes to the quality of your movement, flexibility matters. But what if you have a limited range of motion or you feel like the stretches you’re doing aren’t working at all? Dr. Ting’s got you covered!
Feelings of shame, humiliation, and negativity more often than not make a person more likely to give up on the very behavioral changes they were trying to get motivated to do. Let’s break down why so many people rely on these tactics, and what you can do right now to reverse the trend.
Strength training is a mirror for our minds as much as it’s a method for building our muscles. And we rarely talk about the increased confidence and self-efficacy that comes with making our physical bodies stronger. Let’s get metaphysical, shall we?!
You’re ready to make the leap into a new fitness adventure. You got some gym clothes. Your head is in the game. But what if you don’t like your gym? Or what if you get there and it’s so overwhelming that you don’t know what to do? Today we’re revisiting three of our most frequently asked questions about making your workouts work for you.
So you just did one of the most miraculous things in the universe, you gave birth to a tiny little Ninja. Congratulations! After a seemingly never ending series of changes in your body, are you ready to dive back into your fitness routine? Here’s what to expect…
Having negative thoughts about yourself is more common than you think. And while being aware of your imperfections and shortcomings can be helpful, spending too much time on them can sap your energy and take a huge toll on your self-esteem. Here’s how to break the cycle.
Your diet should never have so much power over you that you feel like you’re cheating. But we can’t escape that fact that, depending on the quantity and frequency of your indulgences, you might be stalling or even setting back your weight loss progress. Here’s what to look for!