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Your guide to an at-home fitness routine awaits. Ready to start making the most of your training at home? There are so many ways to start or spice up your routine by shifting your perspective and making full use of what you have at home. As many gyms and studios remain closed, a solid at-home workout regimen can bring some normalcy and relief to your daily schedule. By committing yourself to engaging in regular physical activity, you are setting yourself up for overall improved physical and mental health. The benefits of this commitment last for the long-term, playing a role in preventing chronic disease, improving longevity, and helping you feel happier and more fulfilled. A consistent workout routine will help you build strength, feel more energized, and increase your focus throughout your day. Here are 10 ways to kick-start your fitness goals at home today:  1) Find an activity that you…

When you’re in a bad mood, what’s the one thing that snaps you out of it no matter what? What makes you feel amazing on a not-so-great day? One of the key things I learned while studying at Integrative Nutrition is how to fuel myself and refresh my outlook through primary food – the relationships, work, exercise, and spiritual practices that fill me up in ways food can’t. Today, I want to share my favorite ways to turn a negative mood into a positive mood and instantly feel reenergized and inspired. Work out.Physical movement is high on my list. When I’m feeling a little down, I love to hit the gym, do some kickboxing, crank up the tunes and dance in my living room, shake it out in a high-energy Zumba class, or zen out with yoga or tai chi. Take it outside. Going for a long walk in my neighborhood or taking the…

At Integrative Nutrition, Joshua teaches that spirituality is a vital part of a person’s primary food – what sustains you beyond your plate, like your career, relationships, exercise, and spirituality. Today we’re talking about spirituality. You don’t have to be religious to be spiritual; it’s important to get in touch with what spirituality means to you as a bio-individual. Most of the time our minds are running a mile a minute, and we need to tune into our spiritual side to feel connected, calm, and confident. Spirituality doesn’t have to be complicated or time consuming. It can be as simple as taking a hike in the woods or park – it’s all about appreciating the beauty of nature. Perhaps quiet meditation or yoga is your style of spirituality. Here are a few ideas to experiment with spirituality: 1. Try meditating. 2. Take a yoga class. 3. Read a spiritual self-help book. 4.…