8 yummy, healthy recipies

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/03/health/03brodyrecipes.html This was published 6 years ago. But it's not too late to read it and prepare something that will energize you, … [Read more...]

New York Times: For Fitness, Push Yourself

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS of The New York Times  JUNE 25, 2014 12:01 AM Intense exercise changes the body and muscles at a molecular level in ways that milder physical activity doesn’t match, … [Read more...]

GG’s Diet Tip of the Day

  Eat when you’re hungry   Never skip meals in order to lose weight. This will backfire quickly, often causing you to overeat in your next meal, and may also result in stress, which … [Read more...]

Food for Thought

  Did you know that the average restaurant meal is about 1,495 calories? That doesn't even include an appetizer, cocktail, soda or dessert. Holy moly! You have two meals like that, without … [Read more...]

GG’s Lunch Today

  I was starving by the time my 1 pm Barre class ended so I needed to make a lunch that would take no more than 2 minutes to put together. I toasted a half of a small whole wheat bagel and cut … [Read more...]

Salad Night!

Prep time 20-30 min. (depending on how many ingredients and how quickly you can chop!). No special trip to the grocery; these were all in the fridge. As many of you know, I have 2 boys: Chasen, 12, … [Read more...]

Scientific American: Adding muscle boosts life expectancy!

A study of 3,600 people found that more muscle meant better odds of survival. The study appears in The American Journal of Medicine. Fun Fit Factory's Interval Training and Atonement Boot Camp … [Read more...]

Fitness trend: High-intensity interval training

By Nanci Hellmich, USA TODAY Popular fitness trends for 2014 include strength training, yoga and exercises for older adults. Workout wimps, watch out: The top two fitness trends for 2014 are … [Read more...]