I imagine you’ve all heard about this new fad called the keto diet. I’ve gotten lots of questions about this diet which is why I decided to research and write about it. Each to their own, but let’s break it down and see what it’s really all about.
I’m finally publishing what’s been on my mind for quite some time now….a new recipe page on my blog! I’ve got so many yummy, easy recipes lined up and I can’t wait to share ’em with you.
Well folks, today marks 1 year of Ashleisure Fit. I can’t believe it. I’ll keep this post short and sweet.
Hey all, hope you’ve been doing well! Thought I’d give a little bit of an update since, quite frankly, I’ve been MIA on my blog…
Post-workout nutrition is so so so important! It replenishes your body with everything that you lost during your workout as well as rebuilds what was damaged. Let’s start with the do’s this time.
It’s important to prepare and fuel yourself with proper nutrition for all the energy you’re going to be expending in your workout! Let’s start with the don’ts.
Trying to work on building endurance or bigger muscles a.k.a. #gains? The key to increasing endurance and getting bigger gains during your workout is to overload. Now, what does that look like?
Be on the lookout for these things on the packaging of the food products you consume! Nutrient claims and forms of food actually have certain requirements/meanings to it and can often deceive us.
Believe it or not, there are a number of reasons why you should workout in a pool instead of going for a run!
Sugar exists in a VAST number of forms. Having different names for sugar on an ingredient list can deceive us of the great amounts of sugar we are actually consuming. Here are a number of them: