Share on Pinterest We're big fans of post-work exercise. It's the perfect way to release all of our pent-up energy and get our endorphins flowing after sitting most of the day. The perpetual problem: Our work bag is too small to fit all our gym gear, and carrying multiple big bags on our daily commute (plus strategically packing them in advance) gets annoying fast.
A good meal turns into a great one when you have the right seasonings on hand. For beef, chicken, pork, and seafood, it's usually all about the marinade. But if you're like us, you decide what you're making for dinner around 5:30 p.m., and that leaves no time for soaking the meat in a bath of seasonings.
Share on Pinterest We all can be guilty of gym myopia - intensely training only the body parts we frequently see in the mirror. Dudes often stick to working the chest, arms, and shoulders, while ladies frequently stick to thighs, abs, and booty. While it's great to have fitness goals, a workout should challenge the whole body to promote overall health.
This week we did a lot of eating, and a lot of workin' out! We looked into the idea of selective gyms, and asked you if putting bans on certain body types has its merits. And then came up with 35 quick and healthy low-cal lunches and a month's worth of delicious high-protein snacks to keep us full and happy between workouts.
Potato chips aren't easy to replace. But these roasted chickpeas are simple, nutritious, crunchy, and satisfying. Leave off the spice if you don't like spicy food. Got a sweet tooth? You can make a sweet version with a sprinkle of sugar and cinnamon instead of cayenne and salt. Ingredients 1 can (15.
Share on Pinterest Turmeric - that yellow spice that gives color to mustard and curry - might have some benefits beyond adding a kick to a ballpark frank. This spice has been used for centuries to promote healthy digestion and fight inflammation-based diseases. More recent research suggests it can even be effective at slowing cancer growth and promoting heart health.