There are multiple times of the year that we are meant to detox (or cleanse) our system. If you follow the traditional approach, you detox in the spring and in the fall. Or, if you know and trust your body, you follow a detox plan when you feel you need it. For example, a holiday away indulging on food and beverages that you wouldn’t normally consume.
Spring is around the corner but for now it’s still cold and dark out. Are you finding it hard to get to the gym as well? Maybe even a lack of motivation to cook a decent meal…rather than ordering from Skip the Dishes. With winter being so long we can't afford to forgo all of the healthy habits we have in place during the rest of the year. So how can we get our motivation-mojo back?
Certified fitness instructor and professional writer Amanda Vogel tests and reviews the newest health/fitness products so you know what’s worth your attention, from time-saving fitness tech to stylish workout wear.
We know that being overweight can lead to a host of negative health effects, such as an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Subsequently, losing weight can reduce these risks, while often also improving confidence and boosting self-esteem.
We love seeing our subscribers share their FitBox love with us on Instagram on twitter and we also love it when some of the best bloggers out there also take the time to review our FitBox. Here's the latest review from A Year Of Boxes. Check out the full review and images at www.ayearofboxes.com
Pilates is a type of exercise that was developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s. It aims to build strength, improve endurance and increase flexibility through controlled flexibility, strength and endurance movements. Pilates focuses on proper postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance. Core strength comes from your core, which is made up of the muscles in your lower back, abdomen and hips.
If you made resolutions and already broke them, don’t worry! It’s always a good idea to make good intentions and desire to learn and grow in each year but take the pressure off yourself! Now that we’ve settled back into the daily routine of work and life (made and broke a half of our new years resolutions already) let’s reset our good intentions! Here’s a list of our top tangible mantras to make this your best year yet!
We think the FitBox is the ultimate gift (yess we’re a bit biased!) for a coworker, friend or a treat for yourself (did we mention the Winter FitBox is available to order now!) But now that it's just 12 days until the Christmas, we wanted to share what’s on our wishlist this year! We’re constantly scouring for new and cool products and we’ve included apparel, beauty and everything in between that will make any lady in your life happy! Plus you never know; you might see some of these in a future FitBox in 2017 ;)
Working in collaboration with local makers is one of the things I enjoy most. Here in Edmonton we’re blessed to have such a thriving community of healthy makers & shakers who create wonderful products. Bo & Marrow is just one of them.
The FitBox team loves to discover and bring you new products and companies from all across Canada but we wanted to also share a list of some badass ladies that continue to motivate us. This is a list of some of our favorite’s to follow on Instagram and who we consider to be some of the best Canadian and local fitness leaders and motivators. If you’re not already following them, trust me you want to, go do it now!
Pilates are useful exercises that help improve flexibility and build body strength. However, that’s not all they have to offer. A good Pilate workout will help improve posture and also influence the way a person looks, feels and performs throughout the day.
It’s hot this season, your out and about, busy and being active. The most important component to vitality and health this summer is to stay hydrated.
Nothing is more enjoyable than a good meal out with your friends, but it’s easy to sabotage your healthy habits if you order a plate of wings and a couple pints during happy hour.