5 Things to Think About to Help You Fulfill Your Healthy Resolutions

** As written on Her Campus UNT **

If you were to look up the top 10 most common resolutions, I can guarantee that losing weight and getting healthy are somewhere on that list, along with other lifestyle changes. While wanting to shed a few pounds and eating more salad is all good and dandy, it is not easy – but, you already knew that. What you might not realize is that being healthy is more of a mental challenge than a physical one.

Here are five things to think about while managing your healthy new year’s resolutions:  

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5 Easy Ways to Help Get Your Body Ready for Spring Break

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Alright ladies, spring break is three weeks away, if you haven’t already started working on your body lines, it’s now or never! If it’s a struggle for you to get into the gym, there are exercises you can do at home, as well as healthier lifestyle choices you can adopt for the next three weeks. Continue reading “5 Easy Ways to Help Get Your Body Ready for Spring Break”

Fun Cardio Alternatives for Running

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When you think of cardio, running is probably the first things that come to mind. Now, I know running is not everyone’s cup of tea – I know for sure that it’s not mine. Running is a part of my workout routine, however, I am for sure not a distance runner like my mom. Therefore I don’t run for a long time – maybe 30 minutes max when I’m feeling determined (which I don’t most of the time)

Running is actually very good for you and benefits your entire body, not just your legs. However, running tends to get repetitive and gets boring easily, especially if you are on a treadmill versus running outside.

Here are some fun alternatives for running that will get your heart rate up:  Continue reading “Fun Cardio Alternatives for Running”