January generally ushers in a wave of fitness resolutions brought on by holiday overindulgence. Whether you’re looking to work off the result of too many Christmas cookies, or just want to maintain your already healthy lifestyle, your smart phone could help you reach that goal. Today guest blogger Jennifer Nordwall from Everyday Health shares some great nutrition and fitness apps!
Just in time for New Year’s fitness resolutions, The Bar Method Boston is opening a brand new studio in Hingham! The Bar Method’s Hingham studio will offer South Shore residents the same hour-long fat burning classes as their Back Bay location with the exciting addition of child care services, nice!
It may be cold outside and the days may be so short that you leave the house in the dark and return in the dark. Not to mention that you have several holiday parties to attend and the kids are out of routine during school vacations, but that doesn’t mean the winter months should be your unhealthiest. Experts estimate that children burn about half as many calories during winter months than they do during the summer! It is no wonder they get stir crazy during their school vacations. Use these tips to keep your family healthy and fit until the spring thaw.
Today Nikki and Alicia from A Healthy Balance share some ideas for keeping the kids entertained, with a food twist! Don’t miss out on the discount offer to save on their Be A Healthy Chef! cookbook at the end of the post:
The end of the school year is here, and we’re sure some of the local mamas are going to be looking for ways to keep the kids entertained. Summer vacation is a great time to explore and experiment with your kids and their daily food choices. Kids who know what their food is and are more intimately involved in its preparation are more likely to try new things and be open to healthier alternatives. Here are some tips to try out with your family…
Today we welcome our newest guest contributor, Nikki from A Healthy Balance! Nikki is a Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer, and here on our site she will be sharing thoughts on health, nutrition and wellness with our readers. Today Nikki talks about eating right with color: March is National Nutrition Month, and the theme this year is “Eat Right With Color”!
Kim Spires of Inspire Kids Yoga started practicing yoga in 2006 after her second child was born. Yoga gave her the workout she needed as well as the peace she craved. Her physique changed, she felt stronger, happier and more confident in herself. She was hooked! Kim now teaches various classes for children ages 2-17 both privately and publicly. The main focus of the yoga program at Inspire Kids is fun!