The end of the year is quickly approaching, and for many of us, that means a few things; parties, celebrating with friends and family, and new plans of health and happiness in the New year.
No doubt you may have some New Year’s Resolutions, but before we even get there (you’ll see a part 2 post . . . → Read More: New Year’s Steps for Weight Loss Success
No matter where you are in the country, I’m sure you’ve been affected or know someone affected by the massive snowstorm here on the East Coast. Since Smart Workout is located in midtown Manhattan, we’ve seen a healthy dose of white flakes.
While the snow can hinder your travel plans, there are many wonderful (and . . . → Read More: Trainer Tips- Key exercises for Skiing
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
But more often than not, the holiday season is a time when your exercise schedule can be neglected. So while you are waiting for the turkey to cook and guests to arrive, grab a family member or friend and make your workout a bonding experience. . . . → Read More: Make Fitness a Family Affair
During the holidays, it’s only natural to want to celebrate. You’re attending parties, and most likely eating and drinking with friends and family. However, this laid-back approach to diet and exercise can also lead to the dreaded “Holiday weight gain.”
Well, there is a way to enjoy the holiday season without damaging an entire year . . . → Read More: Holiday Weight Gain Survival Guide
SET REALISTIC GOALS. Let’s be honest, the holidays are a busy and bustling time. Current workout routines easily dissipate in the season’s currents. So this year don’t try to lose weight, instead simply try to maintain your current weight. Cut your exercise time to 20-30 minutes to better your chances . . . → Read More: 5 Tips to Keep Fit During the Holiday Season