Spring is in full swing and summer will be here soon. If you are like most people, you’ve likely begun preparing to show off your fit body you’ve been working hard for all winter. After all, summer bodies are made in the winter, right? What better way to get your mind in the mood that fueling it with brain food and motivation with some fitness reading? Check out our summer reading list that will work your mind and offer motivation to work your body.
We’re going to navigate nutrition today because we all likely know what comprises healthy eating, but sometimes we get lost in the information.
Should I do keto? What’s paleo? How about intermittent fasting? These are all questions many of us wrestle with when it comes to optimal eating and nutrition to support our fitness goals.
With the excitement of next week’s 123rd running of the Boston Marathon building, we thought we would help offer some additional motivation for our (hopeful) endurance athletes. Whether you are in training for your first marathon or you have signed up for your seventh 100-miler, there is no doubt that you often find yourself looking for tips and tricks to help make the miles seem easier or for you to reach that next PR or master some physical feat that you’ve yet to attain.
Summer is equated with freedom. Freedom from the constraints of four walls that seem to be pressing in upon you as the days shorten. Freedom from those same four walls that hold monotonous classes you dream about escaping. Freedom from those same four walls that cage your creativity. Summer is a time for fun in the sun with friends, family, and colleagues. It’s a time to romp in the pool, go on long mountain hikes, and lay on the beach all day long with your favorite summer read.
No matter how you slice it, working out is work (hence the derivative of the name). Sometimes, it’s hard work. Most of us would rather spend time reading a book in front of the fire with a cat on our lap, or catching up on our favorite Netflix show than working out.
We all know the benefits of physical exercise. It keeps our heart healthy, our weight down, and improves all aspects of our physical and mental well-being. But did you know swimming is one of the best activities you can engage in for both your physical and mental health? Club Sport in San Jose offers both adult swimming lessons and swimming lessons for kids of all ages.
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