Are You Drinking Enough Water?

Hydration Fun Facts

All of the major systems in your body depend on water. Water helps to regulate body temperature, lubricate joints and tissues, and carry nutrients and oxygen to cells,

Adequate fluid intake is super important to your gym performance.

So how much water should you drink? Shoot for one-half your body weight in ounces per day, plus 8-10 ounces for every half-hour of activity. So if you weigh 180 lbs you should be drinking 90 ounces per day + 16-20 ounces for every hour you work out (106 to 110 ounces).

This clip from Crossfit Endurance’s Max Wunderle talks about importance of drinking water and states that “1% state of dehydration, 10-12% miss in performance.”

Don’t let hydration have a negative impact on your workout!

Do you Want to Take Back Your Body in 20 minutes (or less)?

Take Back Your Body in 20 minutes

I remember the first time I ‘had an accident’ as a big boy.

It was during one of my mom’s aerobics classes and I was 5.

She taught at the local Y and I would hang out on the sidelines for the duration of the class.

One day I really had to go.  I mean really, really bad.  But the class was an hour and a half.

Let’s just say I didn’t quite make it to the bathroom in time.

Continue reading “Do you Want to Take Back Your Body in 20 minutes (or less)?”

The Worst Food Color

All of that sugar you're consuming isn't helping you out.
All of the sugar you’re consuming isn’t helping you out.

The average American consumes 130lbs of sugar.

That’s 17 times more sugar than we were consuming 150 years ago.

And the obesity rate has skyrocketed.

So what’s the next step in taking back your body?

There’s a simple rule of thumb that you’ve probably heard before.

Hint: It involves colors (or the lack thereof). Continue reading “The Worst Food Color”