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Avoiding the Big 3 Mistakes on Eating Out

Posted on November 28, 2011 by Kicksite

This is the time of year when everyone is going out to eat more often.  You find yourself out shopping and it is easier to just pop in a restaurant than going home for a nutritious meal.  But you do not have to throw your fitness out the window!  Take a look at these […]

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Dieting Tips and Secrets you should know!

Posted on January 17, 2011 by Kicksite

Today’s preparation determines tomorrow’s achievement.  To indulge is to bulge! A little sugar and fat make you crave even more.  Exercise prevents cravings from striking and can douse them once they spark! Skipping meals to save calories may slow your metabolic rate by 20%.  Bypassing one meal may make you so hungery that you […]

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Salt…Don’t add it!

Posted on January 13, 2011 by Kicksite

Typically, foods high in salt are processed foods or fast foods like pizza, hamburgers, french fries, potato chips, mexican food, chinese food, and others that require alot of seasoning.  Families who eat alot of processed and convenience foods are consuming way more sodium than they actually need.  Foods that are typically low in sodium […]

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There is something in the WATER!

Posted on January 11, 2011 by Kicksite

Bobby Boucher said it best in The Waterboy, “It’s clean….It’s cold…Now thats what I call…High Quality H2O” Ever wonder what is in your water?  What water is the best to drink?  Read on my friends. Public Water Supplies: Much of municipal water supplies contain chemicals or contaminants such as lead,, chlorine, fluoride, nitrates, sodium, […]

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Water- How 8 Glasses a day…keeps the fat away

Posted on January 5, 2011 by Kicksite

As busy as our days get, it is easy to forget how important it is to stay properly hydrated.  It is a very important element that is required for a proper daily diet. Water is so important to your body that 40% – 60% of your bodyweight is water.  Now before you get any […]

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How to Measure Portion Sizes

Posted on April 22, 2010 by Kicksite

We have all heard that losing weight is about portion size.  That is real easy but exactly what is a portion size?  It is real hard to picture the proper portion on your plate especially with the ginormous meals you can get when eating out.  Use this simple guide to help you figure out […]

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Try this drink if you can take the heat!

Posted on February 25, 2010 by Kicksite

Try this healthy drink out.  Lots of heat to help your metabolism and the protein you need to build muscle. 1 cup tomato juice 1 scoop protein powder 1 habanero pepper Mix all in a blender and enjoy!

Eating Out- Decoding the Menu

Posted on February 19, 2010 by Kicksite

Restaurant chefs are great at creating menu items that have delicious sounding appetizers and entrees.  The problem is that these meals can sound fairly healthy but actually are very high in fat and calories. Order proteins that are described as grilled, broiled, or poached.  Avoid anything that is breaded, crispy, pan fried, or crusted.  […]

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Eating at Restaurants- Avoiding the Big Three Mistakes

Posted on February 18, 2010 by Kicksite

Let’s take a look at some of the biggest mistakes that you can make when it comes to overeating at restaurants. The Bread Basket- An average dinner roll can have anywhere from 100-200 calories, and that is before you add any butter.  Do yourself a favor and ask the server to remove the bread […]

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Prevent Exercise Induced Headaches

Posted on February 14, 2010 by Kicksite

Some people are prone to exertion headaches that kick in shortly after vigorous activity.  Although there may be multiple causes, an exertion headache is triggered by sudden dilation in blood vessels.  You can reduce your chance of having a workout headache by warming up properly and staying well hydrated and well fueled and getting […]

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