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Author Archives: Madelin Tundidor, Ph.D., Certified Personal Trainer

Have a Banana

Bananas are packed with health benefits that often are not as well-known as they should be. Do you have a banana with a meal or as a snack? Maybe you... Continue Reading

Fruit Infused Ice Cubes

Ice cubes don’t have to be ice. Let’s jazz up your cubes during the heat of the summer! In fact, these are tasty, pretty, and handy to have around all... Continue Reading

Warm Weather Stretching

Having some warmer weather allows us to get outside and move around. There is a lot to do when it is nice out. Depending on where you live, some people... Continue Reading

What’s Brain Freeze?

Have you ever chugged a bottle of ice-cold water, gulped a Slurpee or Icee, had a popsicle real fast, or quickly ate a bowl of ice cream and BAM you... Continue Reading

Parsnips

Parsnips look like a white carrot, but they have their own distinct taste. That is best described as a sweet and earthy nutty flavor. The sweetness enhances with cooking. They... Continue Reading

Workout Time Headache

Is it a good idea to do a workout with a headache? How many times have you put off a workout because of a headache? Headaches are no fun. They... Continue Reading

Short Sleeves Time

Warmer weather means wearing short sleeves, tank tops, and cute dresses that show arms and shoulders. Are you ready to have summer ready arms that can last through the year?... Continue Reading

Pesto Time

How many times have you seen pesto as a store or a fancy Italian restaurant and thought about having it at home? Why not make your own? Pesto at home... Continue Reading

Time for the Toning Ball

There is fitness work that you can do with a 2-4 lb. toning ball. Do you have one in your gear or at the gym? Might as well include some... Continue Reading

Radishes Please

Radishes are a low-calorie veggie option that can spice up your food and make for a healthy crunchy snack. The most common radish is the red ball kind that is... Continue Reading