Friday, January 29, 2016

Winter Weather Health and Fitness Tips


If last weekend’s Snowpocalypse, courtesy of Jonas, is any indication of weather for the remainder of winter, we may find ourselves less mobile and more apt to be lounging around. All of that time spent being a couch potato, watching movie marathons, and the comfort (junk) food that comes with it may leave us with a few too many extra pounds when swimsuit season rolls around. No worries, because Team TME has you covered with delicious recipe picks from Amanda Foti, Senior RD of Selvera Wellness and simple exercises to keep you on track -- even during a blizzard -- from SWERVE Fitness Instructor, Jason Tran.


Amanda Foti

Yummy and healthy snacking isn’t as difficult as you’d think, but you will need to plan ahead and hit the store before the winter weather hits. A good rule of thumb is keeping keys ingredients on hand so that when the urge to snack hits, you’ll have everything that need!

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites by Persnickety Plates


Mediterranean Tabbouleh Hummus Dip by Eats Well With Others


Mini Pepper Nachos with Corn, Black Beans and Avocado by Closet Cooking


After your tummy is filled with yummies, and you’re over your food coma, it’s time to try these at-home exercises from Jason Tran. Easy -- 30 seconds each exercise, 3 rounds, 1 min rest in between rounds! 

Jason Tran

SQUATS
Turn them into Goblet Squats by cupping a glass of wine in your hands
*Targets the glutes and quads

SINGLE LEG DEADLIFT (Right & Left)  
Start with feet slightly apart and parallel, extend working leg behind you and slightly bend knee of standing leg, extending your torso forward while maintaining a flat back, and return to stand.
*Works the glutes and hamstrings and core

DONKEY KICKS (Right & Left)
Get on your hands and knees and kick one leg back and up as high as you can, then pull your knee into your chest, then set it back down and repeat.
*Glutes and shoulders

Rinse, repeat and have a fabulous weekend! xo ~Team TME




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