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Sicilian Olive Chicken This saucy one-skillet chicken dish is full of tomatoes, spinach, olives and capers. Try Kalamata olives in place of the green Sicilians or a combination of both. Serve over whole-wheat egg noodles with a mixed green salad on the side. Makes: 4 servings Active Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes INGREDIENTS…Read More
When it comes to losing weight and improving your fitness and lifestyle, one thing is true. You can’t do it alone. You need motivation. And you need support. And you need the right tools at your disposal.
The better the tools that you have are, the better your chances are of succeeding, and you are going to get there faster, easier, and have more fun doing it!
Which is why this entire blog post is about Feel Fabulous in February.
I first came up with the idea for Feel Fabulous in February four years ago. The idea came to me because I wanted to jumpstart my own fitness after having had a slump in my early forties. I was really fit and used to have tons of time for working out and eating well when I was in my twenties, but then life kind of hit me in my late thirties/early forties and stress and work and it all kind of got on top of me. Sound familiar?Read More
Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast with Wild Rice Pilaf This cranberry-glazed turkey breast recipe, which uses a split bone-in turkey breast, is the perfect thing to make if you’re serving a smaller crowd or if everyone wants white meat. The wild rice pilaf recipe is delicious on its own so you can make it even if…Read More
GIVING A HAND FOR BANDS A simple and effective way to workout on down days are by using resistance bands Easy to find and even easier to use, these bands are versatile and supplya challenging and fulfilling workout. Performing resistance band exercises can have a range of benefits, including: They can add extra load to your…Read More
TO START AGAIN? WHY? I gave it my best shot, I do not have any more free time, my priorities have shifted, I cannot do it…….. Sound familiar? You are not alone, over 85% of all new routines are abandoned only 8 weeks after they are started. But why are they abandoned when their intentions…Read More
If you’re like many people who resolved to get healthy in 2020, you may already feel your motivation starting to wane. The problem with resolutions is that they’re typically vague and don’t come with a clear vision and path forward to reach the goals set. That’s where a vision board comes in. What Is…Read More
Last week, I promised I’d share the one thing you need to do to get healthier. It’s something that our clients often struggle to do for weeks, months and even years. And yet, when they walk into our studio, they’ve already started to improve it. The only thing you have to do to get your…Read More
Last week on the blog, I shared a glimpse into my own health and fitness journey. And I mentioned that throughout my decades in the fitness industry, I realized that there is really just one thing that can stop you from reaching your health and fitness goals: having a partner who is as committed to your…Read More
If there’s one thing I’ve learned throughout my years of caring for my own health and the health of others, it’s that mindset is everything. As we move toward the start of a new year and a new decade, I wanted to share some important lessons that I’ve learned on my own health journey. Sharing those lessons…Read More