With the start of football season comes the dreaded two-a-days workouts. This is when a team plans a workout in the morning and one in the afternoon. These workouts can be grueling, especially in the summer heat. So it’s important you stay hydrated and fuel up for the entire day.
Here are some ways to do that.
School and rec sports are starting up soon. Summer vacation has flown by and now our kids are getting ready to try out for their favorite fall sport and give it their all. Football, cheerleading, and soccer among other fall rec sports are all incredibly intense sports that take place outdoors, leaving your kids dehydrated after a full day of tryouts.
We’ve put together a great list of tips for keeping your athlete hydrated and healthy.
Working out is a necessity if you want to keep your body strong and healthy. And every store capitalizes on this knowledge with the latest and greatest ab cruncher, treadmill, and dumbbell. Whether you’re a fitness pro or a beginner, the amount of new technology and equipment available can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve created a list of essential workout gear you’ll use on a daily basis.
It’s that time of year again when the heat keeps us from going outside to workout or just to watch the kids play. The sun and heat are not something to play around with. There are some days when it’s really too dangerous to go out in the heat. So what do you do if you want to be outside or workout outside and avoid the heat?
Here are a few tips to help prevent issues with the heat:
Summer can be exhausting when you’re trying to entertain kids all day. It’s tough trying to balance taking care of your kids and yourself. A great way to make everyone happy is to spend your summer at the pool!
You can exercise, burn fat fast, and get the kids involved so you all have healthy fun! Check out these pool exercises:
There’s nothing better than getting a new swimsuit and feeling like a hot mom. Strutting myself through the aisles of pool loungers. Only to get home and realize my beautiful, expensive blonde hair is now green.
Like, is this real life? How in the world? Apparently, when we go swimming, we are diving into a pool of metal. One specific metal found in pool water, copper, has it out for blondes...it gets oxidized by the chlorine, grabs onto your hair, and turns it a green color.
Luckily, blondes aren’t doomed to green hair forever! There are some preventative measures you can take to keep your hair safe and healthy during these summer months.