This recipe from “Cooking Light” was really delicious! I made these for dinner and had them for my lunches through the week. I cut out the dressing mixture and instead topped with an egg, salsa, some avocado, or a dollop of hot sauce depending on what I felt like. I also used arugula instead of spinach some days. You can go […]
I was trying to figure out what to make for dinner tonight- it’s Thursday, the week is coming to a close and I’ve used up a good portion of my groceries. I do most of my shopping on Fridays, so what’s left? Ground turkey and 1 zucchini. What can I do with that? That’s pretty boring. […]
1) Find my why. Everyone has an underlying reason for why they want to lose twenty pounds or gain muscle. These are arbitrary goals that typically have a deeper meaning. Maybe you were teased in high school and want to prove people wrong, or maybe you just want to feel better when you wake up in […]
It’s easy to get off track from healthy cooking in the summer- it’s too hot! And it’s so much more tempting to take the invite out for dinner when the days are longer, and you can sit outside to dine! I get it. But, here are a few recipes I found from NY Times Cooking that will keep it […]
Hello! My name is Jon. I grew up in Needham, MA, originally born in Chicago. I graduated from Salisbury University in Maryland where I obtained my degree in Exercise Science B.S. and ACSM certification in Exercise Physiology. I have been a baseball player for all my life and plan to continue to do so for […]
Hi my name is Kara! I’m from the small state of Rhode Island. I graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.S. in Recreation and Fitness Management, with a concentration in nutrition and wellness. My love of fitness started after being injured while playing soccer. During my eighth year of playing I was […]
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