Month: March 2021

We like to consider ourselves relatively healthy individuals, but we can admit that sometimes, a little help is appreciated. It can be tough to stick to our goals, and we’re fans of anything that will keep us accountable. Yes, you can schedule your workout into your calendar like a meeting or prep meals in advance,
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@natures_food nature’s cereal #fruit #fruits #share ♬ original sound – 🥭Fruits & Leaves🍃 One of the latest diet trends zipping around TikTok is called nature cereal, originally shared by user @natures_food and since popularized by millions of users (including the one and only Lizzo). The recipe is simple: you pour coconut water over pomegranate seeds
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When it comes to effective and efficient boxing workouts, PJ Shirdan knows best. After all, he’s the founding trainer at FightCamp and is a NASM-certified trainer and a certified MMA strength and conditioning coach. Shirdan created a FightCamp-inspired boxing bag workout you can do when you’re short on time. It’s a high-intensity, full-body session meant
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The new wellness brand Selfish is an innovative, one-stop shop for self-care, offering curated boxes featuring self-care essentials made by small businesses and BIPOC-led brands. It’s a bold business model centered on empowerment and cross-racial solidarity — and it couldn’t have come at a better time for cofounders Sheridan March and Rebecca Freed, as well
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@sedonerrr WE GOT A NEW WEIGHT ROOM #ncaawbb #athlete ♬ original sound – Sedona Prince Following backlash, the NCAA updated its women’s weight room for March Madness athletes. This change comes after women basketball players exposed the organization for providing them with inadequate equipment in comparison to their male counterparts while training in San Antonio.
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If you’ve ever experienced a panic attack, you know they can be scary and overwhelming. In this week’s episode of How 2 Deal, clinical psychologist — and TikTok influencer! — Dr. Janine Kreft breaks down how to identify and cope with panic attacks. Plus, Dr. Kreft shares a few simple ways you can help regulate
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