Vitality Superfood Salad

Vitality Superfood Salad

This salad is great for traveling because it is all mixed together and has lots of crunchy vegetables for texture and to prevent soggy lettuce as the dressing is already mixed in when prepared. Simply pack a portion of this salad in a tupperware container and bring along with you. Don’t forget the spork!

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Victoria Lewis: A Path to Self Worth

Victoria Lewis: A Path to Self Worth

“I believe all women should incorporate weights into their workouts and there is a plethora of reasons why,” Victoria says. “Mainly because as we get older we have to keep muscle up to remain healthy and strong. But hey, I don't see a damn thing wrong with enjoying looking good. We work our asses off for it!”

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Building a Better Back - Training Strength and Hypertrophy

Building a Better Back - Training Strength and Hypertrophy

Why does incorporating both strength and hypertrophy training work? By training for both strength and muscle growth we will become stronger and be able to lift heavier weight leading to more volume (Volume = weight x reps x sets).

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Once you’ve had a baby, You’re always postpartum. Tummy Talk with Samantha Montpetit-Huynh

Once you’ve had a baby, You’re always postpartum. Tummy Talk with Samantha Montpetit-Huynh

“Once you’ve had a baby,” Samantha says, “You’re always “postpartum”.

“There’s this pressure to “get our bodies back” and I have to tell women all the time, “You’re not getting your body “back”, because it’s different now.”

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Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef

Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef

I definitely crave warm, hearty dishes when the first hint of Fall arrives.  But until winter is here, I’m never completely ready for stews or chili.  So I have to find a happy medium, and this Slow-Cooker Mongolian Beef dish is just that! It’s still warm and filling, but still light enough to enjoy in the Fall and not nudge me into complete winter hibernation mode.

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HOTEL STAY? NO PROBLEM! STAY ON TRACK WITH A LITTLE CREATIVITY

HOTEL STAY? NO PROBLEM! STAY ON TRACK WITH A LITTLE CREATIVITY

"Traveling for a living, I am forced to be creative with my workouts. Often hotel gyms are non existent or very sparse. I am known to borrow pieces of furniture from around a hotel and sneak it into the gym or my hotel room. Modern furniture may be uncomfortable to sit on, but it definitely comes in handy for box jumps, sit-ups, and dips, etc."

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Digging Up The 3 Roots Of Low Energy

Digging Up The 3 Roots Of Low Energy

“I’m sick of having no energy!” …. Sound familiar? Dealing with a general lack of energy, annoying fatigue, and overall sluggishness is one of the most common complaints I hear from clients in my nutrition practice. However, when I dig deeper, I often find three main roots to this lack of energy; a burdened liver, rollercoaster blood sugar levels, and an inconsistent eating routine.

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An Unexpected ‘Quick Fix’ for Lasting Results

An Unexpected ‘Quick Fix’ for Lasting Results

There does not appear to be as much interest in maintaining results as there is in obtaining them.  And although great lengths will be taken to get the result, I think we can all acknowledge that the more challenging part can be in the maintenance.  

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