Shining Light on SAD

According to FamilyDoctor.org, between 4-6% of people in the United States suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).1 The foremost treatment for SAD is light therapy, and it is often combined with psychotherapy and pharmacological therapy. However, there is an additional treatment method that will alleviate some of the symptoms from SAD. What is it? Exercise. …

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    Make a New YOU Resolution Today!

    Do you make a New Year’s Resolution every January 1st? If so, how long do you follow it before you either blatantly or gradually give up? Many people have good intentions to change their lifestyle, and that’s commendable. However, why wait until January 1st? Why not make that commitment today? No matter if today is…

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      Mommy Time

      Susan took advantage of our early morning women’s boot camp in Irving so she could devote her evenings to her son. It helped that she was a morning person, but she also enjoys the awesome group of ladies at camp who support and encourage each other during their three workouts every week! Watch or read…

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        Track Your Progress

        You have goals, and that is fantastic! But how are you tracking them? Are you just keeping track mentally? Are you using a website, an app or another type of software? Here are some suggestions for keeping track: MyFitnessPal — has both a website and a mobile app. You can track your food and water…

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          Give Me 10 Minutes

          Do you find yourself looking at fitness routines and saying, “That’s a really great idea, but honestly, you have no idea what my schedule is like. I simply do not have time for a one-hour workout every day.” We certainly understand that it could very well be true. Due to different jobs, parental responsibilities, or…

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