In the second video of our mini tennis warm-up series we will be talking about the “Bump-Pass” rally to help you focus on the control of the ball and racquet. If you have not seen the first video in the mini-tennis series “Bump-Bounce-Hit”, make sure to watch the first as that is a prerequisite to this skill. Continue reading →
For example, they need 2-3 glasses of 1% or skim milk daily, which includes yogurt, cheese, and even chocolate milk. The important issue with children is to keep them involved in the drinking of milk products without difficulty. Our children also need 3-5 oz. per day of lean meat, fish, and poultry, as well as other sources of protein, as eggs, beans, and peanut butter. Those are the cornerstones. Continue reading →
You’re sitting at work and your stomach begins to growl. Those not so healthy chips from the vending machine are calling your name, but you’re on a diet. What are you going to do?
Keeping a healthy snack in your desk is a great option to tackle late afternoon hunger. Keeping snacks in the fridge can also lead to the office bandit stealing your delicious snacks. So here is a little list of guilt free snacks you can keep in your top drawer. Continue reading →
When you work a full time job, it’s hard to prepare a huge gourmet Thanksgiving meal. There is a lot of prep work that goes into creating that Martha Stewart-esque dinner, but that kind of time doesn’t always come easy to busy people. So here are some tips in creating a fabulous and fun Thanksgiving dinner without slaving over cranberry cinnamon chive unicorn stuffing. Continue reading →
Using pools and water as a means of exercising can be very beneficial to your body and your workout routine. You can use your time in the pool doing laps, or even water aerobics. What? Water aerobics? No, it’s not just for “old” people, but for anyone looking for a new challenge and a great way to cross train. We’ll get into that later, but first let’s start with the benefits of water. Continue reading →