Taking your fitness journey seriously goes beyond the work you put in with a trainer or at the gym.
It requires dedication and discipline in many areas of your life, like healthy dieting and a regular sleep schedule.
Unfortunately, some people have the misconception healthy eating is more expensive or more difficult than a regular diet. Little do they know, the right planning and habits can easily change the way a person eats and lead to a better fitness lifestyle.
In fact, it can all begin at your city’s local Sunday farmers market.
Chicago has over 60 markets around the city, and we have all the tricks you need to know to best navigate whichever one you choose.
Taking that first step towards losing weight and improving your health is a huge one. And it’s so important to remember that everybody’s weight loss journey is different. All too often we set out with the best intentions, only to become disillusioned, disappointed and even depressed.
Imagine, if you will, running down the street to make an appointment, or learning to deadlift over 200 pounds, or taking a ballet class. Now imagine doing any of those things at 50, 60, 70, and beyond…
Does it sound possible? Or does it sound like something only an elite few will experience?
If you constantly feel like you have been zapped of energy it’s possible that your body is lacking proper amounts of vitamin B-12. This important vitamin is normally found in animal food sources (particularly red meat) and helps to prevent against muscle weakness, depression, and swelling of the hands and feet.