The New Year is definitely in full swing! The gym has been much busier lately and buzzing with energized New Year resolutions. (Hence why blog content is coming at ya just once a week this month). I just hope it sticks for more people than it did last year! I think one reason why so many New Year resolutions dwindle by February is because people tend to take on too much too fast. Motivation is going to be at its highest when you take on a new goal. However, within just two to three days, the fatigue and DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) will start to kick in and the idea of going back to sweat it out again becomes
Feeling a little bit... fluffy? I'll be the first to admit that I enjoyed the holidays thoroughly, indulging way more than I normally do. I don't stress about a little bloating, water weight, or extra "fluff" because I created timeless memories. Plus, I know how to help my body bounce back quickly! During the last couple weeks of December I let myself enjoy holiday desserts, champagne, refined carbohydrates full of gluten and cheese, and sometimes sleep in instead of working out. But I'm over it! I started to feel a change in my energy levels, my skin broke out, my productivity dwindled, and my pants felt a little tight. I knew it was time to get back to my normal clean diet, sleep patterns, and workouts.
The holiday season is officially upon us! Houses are decorated with sparkling lights, offices are filled with tempting sweets, and there's a chill in the air that makes you want to just curl up in a ball on your couch and hibernate. We've all been there. Some mornings (or nights) are just too darn dark and cold to workout outside or motivate you to get to the gym. However, I want to make sure your #noexcuse game is strong this holiday season! For the times when you don't want to leave the couch, I created this no-equipment needed Living Room Total Body workout so you don't have to! To burn the most calories and sculpt lean muscle simultaneously, this workout targets your largest muscle