Much like feeling good the other 364 days of the year, making the most of New Year’s Eve can be as simple as taking some cues from our four-legged friends, which is why we're turning the blog over to our very own Sir Winston Napoleon for his take on how we can use nutrition, sleep, hydration, and movement to prepare for and recover from our New Year's Eve celebrations.
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It happened again, didn’t it? The weeks after Thanksgiving went by in a flash and you still need gifts for just about... everyone. No worries! We’ve been in the retail game for decades and have experience in these matters. Just take a deep breath, check out these 5 great last-minute gift ideas, and get something that makes it look like you had this planned all year long.
The end of the year brings with it several food-based events that have derailed weight loss and training plans for decades, including office parties, potlucks, and family dinners. While we can’t be there to coach you through each of these events, we've put together a few tips to make it easier to survive the holiday season without sacrificing the progress you worked so hard for all year.
Delivering the perfect Secret Santa or White Elephant gift is more art than science. The $10–$25 budget means you have to get your creative juices flowing, and things get more complicated if you are buying a gift without knowing the recipient. Fortunately, we’ve highlighted five items in the $10–$25 range that make great gifts for workout warriors, tennis players, shoe lovers, and anyone who wants to keep their body moving.
If you find yourself shopping for your fitness-minded friends this holiday season, don't panic! We've rounded up five great gift ideas to help you out. These items are appropriate for most fitness levels, and they don't have to be limited to any single sport or activity, making them versatile enough to please even the most discerning recipient.
The best fitness gear on the planet passes through our doors daily. It’s a struggle not to buy everything we see! The only logical solution is to make wish lists that we’ll casually share with our spouses, parents, siblings, friends, mail carriers, and pretty much whoever will listen.