8 Tips for Healthy Living in 2017

“Dr. Mantell, 2017 is going to be my healthiest year ever,” many folks say about this time of the year. “Yep, I’m going to lose weight, exercise more, have better relationships and I’m not going to sweat the small stuff…

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Peripheral Heart Action (PHA) Training

Less calories in… more calories out… this is one way of playing the weight loss and body fat reduction game. Being more active with a regular exercise program also helps in achieving body-changing results.   A great way to get…

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Time to Hit the Slopes! Total Gym Workout for Skiing

Winter has arrived, the snow is falling, and it is time to tackle the slopes! What better way to de-stress from the holidays and get great exercise, by enjoying a fun day of snow skiing. Whether you are a beginner,…

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Clever & Personalized Last Minute DIY Gifts for Fitness Fans

Do you have a friend, a particular family member or co-worker that’s a true fitness fanatic? You know the one, that awesomely active exercise guru, a workout enthusiast, the healthier part of your group? Whether you’re an active participant in…

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4 Holiday Cocktails Under 100 Calories

During the holiday season we spend a lot of energy trying to avoid the indulgent meals and sweets at every corner. However, we often neglect the biggest source of added calories and sugar: holiday cocktails! First let’s look at the…

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Total Gym Row Trainer Workout

Why Row? I’m always looking for ways to mix up my workout routine, especially when it comes to cardio. Sometimes my knees ache too much to run outside, and my butt can only handle indoor cycling a couple of days…

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12 Days of Christmas – Holiday Fitness Challenge Week 3

Remember when I told you that research has shown that people gain more weight the week AFTER the holidays? Today’s workout is meant to push you and get your heart rate pumping. It’s time to kick up again and put…

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What to Eat Now – The Best Foods for Winter

The colder winter weather makes most people yearn for warm comfort foods. Some comfort foods that many of us grew up on though, may not be the best winter foods to help keep our immune systems strong. Food like casseroles,…

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Back Strength and Mobility for the Computer Generation

The human body was designed to be active and moving throughout the majority of the day – not hunched over in a seated position at a desk or workstation. When we think back to our ancestors, they were constantly on…

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