Write down 5 things you’re grateful for once a week. According to a Journal of Personality study people felt happier, healthier and even exercised more when they did this. Counting your blessings helps you empathize. You’ll sweat the small stuff less and focus on what really matters. According to a new study from the University of
Happy National Fitness Month! Hopefully you’re embracing this month as an opportunity to meet your personal goals, whether you wanna lean out, bulk up, or just drop a few pounds. I’ve put together some great Reset tips to keep you on track and help you along with your personal fitness journey. PREVENT LIFTING INJURIES Injuries
You asked, we answered! Lou dishes on choosing the right gym, his favorite exercises, and how to get started with building muscle. Q: Hi Lou, What do you look for when you chose a professional gym? -Susan, WA A: You have to be real careful when you’re choosing a professional gym. Here is my personal
The secret to a successful marriage is an age old question that I believe everyone deep down wants to know. What does it take to have a committed, loving relationship? I look to my parents to reflect on this question and to gain inspiration. My parents are true partners in every sense of the word.
TIME TO RESET: 2 GALS TAKE ON THE FERRIGNO 5-DAY RESET WHO Jamie: A 23 year old college student who tries to balance a full schedule, and also just wants to be lazy and eat everything in the kitchen. Kim: A self-described couch potato. Sassy. Curvy. Klutzy. 36. Cheese addict and whiskey enthusiast. Needs to adopt better
The importance of milk has been pretty apparent since…well…the day we were born. We depended on milk during our infancy, and as time went on we kept milk as a staple in our diets, drowning our cereals in skim, 1%, 2%, or whole. And there was a time when we just couldn’t escape those “Got
Here at Ferrigno FIT, we love hearing success stories and talking to people who’ve reached their personal health and fitness goals. It’s so inspiring to see how exercise can positively impact someone’s life, especially when they’re battling an illness or on the path to recovery. This week we invited guest blogger Virgil Anderson to share