• Essential Gear for Every Camper

    Exercise doesn't always mean "gym," and getting outside for a weekend hike or camping trip can be a great way to mix up your routine.  Nothing can kill a weekend camping trip faster, however, than daunting yourself with over-preparation.  Most of the time, the extra gear is considered luxury.  To truly “rough it,” you only need a few basic items to fit into your backpack.  Continue Reading

  • 3 Ways You Should be Eating Chia Seeds

    Chia seeds have long been popular in the natural health community (and, well, in a seemingly never-ending barrage of Chia Pets...) but with an increased awareness of their health benefits, they can now be found in just about any grocery store. If you haven’t already, you may want to consider incorporating them into your diet.  Chia seeds are good for your body and easy to use: Continue Reading

  • Introducing: The (Updated) BlenderBottle Classic

    Today, the BlenderBottle Classic™ – the best-selling shaker cup in the world (no really—we're not just saying that) – receives an update.  Granted, the refinements are subtle, but they still mark the first changes to the bottle since its introduction nearly 10 years ago. Continue Reading

  • 5 Easy Superfoods to Add to Your Diet

    You may have heard the buzzword “superfood” thrown around a bit lately.  No, they aren’t newly available food items in the form of a powder or a meal bar or anything like that.  In fact, many of them you’ve heard of before.  A superfood is typically rich with vitamins, healthy fats, protein, minerals and countless other health benefits.  Continue Reading

  • 3 Easy On-the-Go Protein Shakes

    Protein typically comes in 5-pound tubs, and if you are like me, you get pretty tired of that particular tub’s flavor by the time you’ve used it all up.  To avoid this, I try to mix things up (pun intended) as much as possible using a variety of protein shake recipes.  Many recipes, however, call for ingredients that won’t stay fresh without a refrigerator – a problem if you’re always on the go.  Here are three protein shake recipes I use when I know that I’m not going to be around a refrigerator for a few hours. Continue Reading

  • 5 Tips for a Healthy Hike

    Not everyone wants to hit the gym or take a jog down the street in order to get a workout in.  Let’s face it, exercise can be boring at times.  If you are one of those people who simply do not like the idea of working out at a gym, or if you just need a change of landscape, summer presents plenty of exciting gym alternatives. Continue Reading

  • Carb Confusion - The Good & The Bad

    Carbohydrates are misunderstood creatures, too often labeled as criminals by many of us who want to drop a few pounds.  But the truth is that carbs come in a variety of forms and are essential to a healthy diet.  Continue Reading

  • 10 Myths About Getting Great Abs

    Who doesn't want to have a toned stomach, especially during beach season? You'd be hard pressed to find a single person who says they don't. At one pont or another, almost everyone has tried to fool others by sucking in their gut and flexing their abs. Many trainers consider it the crown jewel of muscle tone because belly fat can be the hardest and most stubborn to get rid of. We asked fitness expert Steve Lam, owner of Slam Dynamix, some fo the most common myths about gettting that much-desired look. Here's what he had to say:

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  • Low-Calorie Protein Shake Recipes

    A great-tasting protein shake rarely comes straight from the jar. They usually take a little finesse and an add-in or two. If you're not careful, you can end up with a delicious shake, but also pack on an additional 300 calories. We've collected three delicous, low-calorie protein shake recipes for the days when you need something light. Try them for yourself and let us know what you think.
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  • Why Sugar Is Bad For You

    There’s no denying it: Humans have a love/hate relationship with sugar.  Each year, the average person consumes more processed sugar than his or her body weight.  And the human body is not genetically conditioned to this kind of treatment.  As a result, people are heavier today than they ever were.  Continue Reading

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