I, personally, haven't had a gym membership for years. There are so many other ways to be active and stay fit! Here is a guest post from Stephanie, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
My name is Stephanie and I started a new blog called Infinite Life Fitness (at infinitelifefitness.com). I am here to share so amazing workout and health tips to you! Any day is the right day to start a new healthier lifestyle. You can start by making small changes with your diet or by adding more physical activities to your daily routine and then gradually add more and new things to that new healthier lifestyle!
As the holiday season is quickly approaching keep in mind there are small things you can change to help limit the amount of calories that you intake. Now, the holiday season is the perfect time to meet up with old friends and family for some holiday treats. Here is an example of a low calorie drink option you can order or make during this X-Mas break:
Frozen Virgin Lime Margaritas
Start to Finish: 10 minutes
Makes: 10 servings12-ounce can frozen limeade concentrate
1/2 cup light orange juice or orange liqueur
4 cups ice cubes
1/2 of a medium lime
Orange slices (optional)
1. In a blender container combine limeade concentrate, and orange juice. Cover and
blend until combined. With blender running, add ice cubes, one at a time, through opening
in lid, blending until mixture becomes slushy.
2. Cut a thick lime slice; cut slice in half. Rub slices around rims of eight glasses. Dip rims
into a dish of coarse salt to coat rims. Pour mixture into prepared glasses. Garnish glasses
with orange slices, if desired.
Nutrition Information per serving: 122 calories, 0g protein, 22g carbohydrate, 0g fat (0g
saturated), 0g fiber
*For more drink options and some lower calorie drink tips please visit my site.
No gym membership? NO WORRIES! Here is a great workout routine that you can do AT HOME at no monetary cost to you.
Here is the suggested workout:
1. Prisoner squats (30 reps)
2. Pushups (30 reps)
3. Jumps (10 reps)
4. Swiss-ball leg curls (10 reps)
5. Swiss-ball pikes (10 reps)
6. Step-ups (20 reps)
7. Forward lunges (30 reps)
8. Tucked-elbow pushups (20 reps)
9. Prisoner squats (15 reps)
Do this work out 3 times a week — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, for example. Perform the exercises as a circuit, doing 1 set of each movement for the prescribed number of epetitions. Complete them in the order shown, without resting between exercises. Too easy? Rest 1 minute and repeat the circuit.
Need to know how to do these new workout moves? Be sure to check out my website to get details step-by-step instructions on how to complete this workout along with many other.
Don’t forget it is good to stretch before and after your workout routines! It can help prevent injuries and to help minimize muscle soreness. Also, don’t forget to drink plenty of water to help keep you hydrated during your new workout routines!
I also post recipes, healthier food alternatives to add to your personal menus, plus many many more health and exercise tips!
I hope that what I have said to you in this post is somewhat helpful. Again, please feel free to check out my blog at infinitelifefitness.com! Most importantly, if YOU have any type of question or concerns please feel free to contact me and I will try my best to answer your questions and help you achieve you desired health goals.
'Tis the season for new year resolutions, so living a healthier lifestyle could certainly be a great one.
Enjoy your weekend :)