Whether you find yourself at the pool, the beach, or a cookout with friends this summer you’re going to need some snacks. And in order to keep up with your health goal during the summer months, you will want to choose delicious and nutritious snacks over the allure of seasonal junk food.
It’s summertime and livin’ isn’t always easy. With the summer beginning, you might face some challenges maintaining the healthy habits you cultivated earlier in the year but with these five simple tips, you can keep yourself on track.
Everyday movements like walking, running, jumping dancing, even lifting and throwing depend on a strong lower body. Keep reading for some powerful fitness routines that can help you strengthen this crucial muscle group and keep your body functioning at its best.
In June, the Church remembers and celebrates the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. The Sacred Heart is a profound reminder of the humanity of our Lord and of His immense love for us. It is often depicted as a heart, bloodied and broken, but burning with Love. This image beautifully illustrates the great sacrifice that Christ made for you.
You want to get serious about creating a daily fitness routine, but maybe you’re just not a morning person. If exercising before you begin the day isn’t an option, creating an evening exercise routine is a good alternative that will help your body feel its best.
Working out in the mornings offer some incredible benefits, including feeling more energetic, more focused, and less stressed for the rest of the day. Check out these tips to create an effective morning workout routine that will revitalize your daily life.
Strength training, especially of the upper body, has a place in every well-rounded fitness routine. Not only does it help you achieve a desired physique but it also enhances so much of your everyday movement.
Walking is a low-impact form of exercise that is often overlooked yet offers many health benefits to people of all ages and fitness levels. It’s easy to fit into your day; and even just walking 30 minutes a day can. . .
Still not sure what to do over these next forty days to make them as fruitful as possible? Here are 12 ideas for Lent that will fill your body, mind, and soul and help ready you for encountering the Resurrected Christ.
Advent is the liturgical season of expectant waiting and preparation for the coming of Jesus at Christmas, but it is easy for the significance of Advent to be lost amidst the chaos surrounding the holidays. So how can we reclaim this holy season?
With all the hustle and bustle surrounding the holiday season, it’s easy to forget about your fitness goals until the new year rolls around. Don’t let your workouts become like the Ghost of Christmas Past. . .
It's difficult at times to find things to be thankful for, or to feel gratefulness rather than dissatisfaction. But Gratitude can not only positively affect our lives (and health) but also deepen our relationship with God and the people around us.
Eating a healthy lunch helps sustain you through the rest of the day and sets you up for eating a healthy dinner, yet often we choose something quick and easy over something nourishing (if we remember to eat lunch at all!)