It’s that time of year! Resolutions to get fit, build muscles, lose those extra pounds, and start living a healthier lifestyle are abounding. For those of you who like specific monthly challenges to improve certain movements or tone certain areas (you know who you are!), January is the perfect time to start squatting.
Why, Hello there, friend. It’s been a few weeks since I’ve last seen you and, boy, have I missed being around. As you may know, we moved at the beginning of December. December 1st to be exact. And, as I usually do, I severely underestimated the time commitment required to completely paint and clean a new house, move everything from the old house, and now start to get the old house ready to sell. Oh, and there were all three kids’ birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and out of town family squeezed into the chaos, as well. And did I mention that I was still working through all of it? I’m exhausted.
If you travel, you know that fitting in your workout around business meetings and travel schedules is super challenging. Since it’s easy to get off of track with your exercise (and meal!) plan, having a new plan for when you’re traveling is essential. So, pack those exercise shoes and don’t forget the workout bra, because here’s how you can stay on track.
I have naturally curly hair…which translates frequently into “big, frizzy poof head.” I’ve tried more creams and expensive oils and leave in conditioners than I could even count. Since working out almost daily, my hair can get super dry from all of the washing. And trust me, after a T-25 workout, you want me washing my hair.