The following post is sponsored by Fitfluential LLC on behalf of Reebok. Working out and running in the new ZQUICK from Reebok was just as I imagined: super comfy and lightweight. Reebok’s newest running shoe is inspired by hi-performance, Z-Rated tires. I know right! Tires! Who would have thought to create a running shoe inspired […]
You know we Southerners say the phrase Bless Your Heart to cover many different meanings. It’s an understood language amongst us southern women and no matter how we may use it in a sentence, whomever we’re talking to understands its meaning perfectly. We say it when we feel sad for someone who’s going through a difficult time, ‘bless your heart’. We say it when someone is sick and not feeling well, ‘bless your heart’. We say it when we discover that a friend’s husband has been cheating on her, ‘bless her heart’. And of course we say it when we hear Aunt So ‘n So or Cousin So ‘n So say or do something really strange and we love them anyway, ‘bless their heart’.
You’ve made the decision to get healthy and now you need to know the first steps to take to jumpstart your success! Create a healthier you and a healthier kitchen with these simple healthy kitchen basics.
The Armour39 Performance Heart Rate Monitor is definitely a performance monitor, not only calculating calories burned and real-time heart rate feed, it also measures your WILLPower of each workout based on the intensity of your workout. With an easy to use and comfortable to wear chest strap, simply download the free, coordinating iPhone app and get started today!
Muscles of the core provide stability, strength and movement. Having a good, strong core reduces back pain and risk of injury, helps maintain good posture and improves athletic performance. Challenge yourself and strengthen your core with this New Year’s Core Workout!
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