The Kids Obstacle Challenge (KOC) - an obstacle and adventure course event series for kids ages 5-16 and their parents is coming to Los Angeles area, and it sounds like a great way to involve the kids in physical activity.
This post is sponsored by Gerolsteiner, however all opinions, grammatical errors and typos are my own.
A few years back I was addicted to diet soda. I had my first one with breakfast in the morning and had a few more during the day. I had headaches when I did not have one. I tried to quit but I really loved the carbonation and wanted the feeling of the bubbles going down my throat.
It is not easy to stay on track with the fitness goals, there is so many things that can make us fall of the wagon. Summer is hard because while we are on vacation we tend to eat more than normal and there are also lots of parties and BBQs.
One of the ways we can stay on track is by visiting the gym regularly. Yes, although we can exercise on our own, going to the gym is great because we can do both cardio and weights and you might feel motivated when seeing other people exercising.
At the same time, going to the gym can be intimidating. So here are some #CoolJourney tips to help you take advantage of your gym membership:
Its time for our #CoolJourney health and fitness monthly post! This last month it was all about detox waters. This month we are talking about exercise. In particular, a program designed by personal trainer Mike Chang which is all about reducing belly fat without equipment. His program is called Insane Home Fat Loss Workout and Six Pack Shortcuts. What is great about it? It has no sit-ups, strict diet, or need for a gym. Can you believe it? It takes only 14 minutes or less a day to activate the after-burn effect in the 35-45-minute workout with 24/7 access to Chang’s personal coaching on your mobile device.