Five Best Sports for Hot Weather

Just because we are in the middle of a heat wave, doesn’t mean you can’t stay active. As a life-long athlete, there is no season where I don’t partake in at least some kind of sport. My favorite pastime is lacrosse, but that is not to say that I don’t engage in other sports whenContinue reading “Five Best Sports for Hot Weather”

The Eight Most Popular Sports for Women and Girls

If you’re thinking of taking up a sport, or enrolling your daughter in one, here are some great options. As a lifelong athlete and mother, I am a huge proponent of introducing young girls to sports at an early age. Nothing fosters a healthy relationship with competition, and a strong sense of teamwork and camaraderieContinue reading “The Eight Most Popular Sports for Women and Girls”

Featured on the Today Show: Spring Into Fitness Safely

Take your workout outside with these doctor-approved tips. Recently I had the honor of appearing on the Today Show to discuss doctor-approved fitness tips for Spring. “March and April mark the perfect time of year to exercise outdoors. Dr. Karen Sutton, an Attending Orthopedic Surgeon in sports medicine at the Hospital for Special Surgery, joinsContinue reading “Featured on the Today Show: Spring Into Fitness Safely”

Tips for Returning to the Gym After a Hiatus

Jumping back in to exercise should be done with caution. This winter has been tough for a lot of people. This pandemic has been rough on a lot of bodies. But it’s a new year now, and with vaccinations on the rise and Covid-19 numbers leveling out, it’s okay to start being a bit optimisticContinue reading “Tips for Returning to the Gym After a Hiatus”

How to Trick Yourself Into Exercising

If exercise was easy, everyone would do it. Have you ever been lying in bed on a gym day, procrastinating, coming up with every reason in the book as to why you shouldn’t go to the gym? Every regular gym-goer has days like this. In fact, it’s surprising the amount of reasons our minds canContinue reading “How to Trick Yourself Into Exercising”

Five Goals to Set for 2021

New year, new you? I think we can all agree that 2020 was an absolute mess from start to finish. 2021 has been on par. Although many things have improved in 2021, we are still living in an unprecedented time, so its very likely that many of our New Years resolutions got swept under theContinue reading “Five Goals to Set for 2021”

Three Reasons to Find an Outdoor Workout Buddy

It’s a new year, time to work out! Thus far, this winter has been relatively mild. The political stress of the administration change has died down, and the Covid-19 pandemic is slowly, but surely, becoming more manageable. Summer is a far-off glint in our eyes, but we all know it is coming, and that itContinue reading “Three Reasons to Find an Outdoor Workout Buddy”

Amazon Holiday Gift Guide: For the Athlete in Your Life

Unsure of what to get for the athlete in your life? For most Americans, Christmas looks a little different this year. Brick and mortar stores are experiencing less traffic than normal. Family members are prioritizing health over travel and deciding to stay home. Athletes are cooped up in their homes, unable to take part inContinue reading “Amazon Holiday Gift Guide: For the Athlete in Your Life”

How to Boost Your Metabolism This Winter

There has never been a better time to boost your metabolism. Winter is here. A pandemic is in full swing. Those two things create the perfect storm for a sedentary lifestyle. The weather keeps us from going outside, and the pandemic gives us the perfect excuse to let ourselves go. Before we know it, springContinue reading “How to Boost Your Metabolism This Winter”

Five Important Considerations for Winter Workouts

Winter fitness comes with its own set of rules. Working out during the Covid-19 pandemic has been a challenge for everyone. During the summer however, it was easy to go outside and get exercise. During the winter, the most difficult exercise we want to do is raising a mug of cocoa to our lips, whileContinue reading “Five Important Considerations for Winter Workouts”