Thanks for tuning in to the January GHUTV LIVE Q&A session with Chris Freytag. Chris answered viewers health and fitness questions live on air! Stay tuned for next month’s session! See you then!
Earlier this year I had to have surgery for varicose veins. The extra weight on my body wasn’t good for me. That was my wake up call. Initially I couldn’t work out. But slowly I was walking and using my treadmill to get some workouts in. Mother’s Day 2016 I decided it was time to take things a bit more seriously. I started reading articles on Get Healthy U and I started incorporating some of the info into my workouts and my eating habits. Then I signed up for Get Healthy U TV and started working out 150 minutes a week. The Total Body HIIT workout motivated me by showing me that I’m stronger than I thought I was! I now have the energy to hike, walk, and even run!!
I don’t feign supremacy or believe myself to be the ultimate source on all things fitness and yoga. I am far from that. I don’t believe it’s “my way or the highway.” There are certainly people out there with higher achievements than I teaching in fitness and yoga. I see it as my job to
Thanks for tuning in to the December GHUTV LIVE Q&A session with Chris Freytag. Chris answered viewers health and fitness questions live on air! Stay tuned for next month’s session! See you then!
Getting a healthy dinner on the table every night can be challenging. Not only is it hard to come up with fresh takes on clean eating, but it’s hard to find the energy and time to whip up a delicious dinner after another long day. Exhausted chefs, have no fear! We’re here with some of
Let me know if this sounds familiar: you have the best of intentions when it comes to working out, but when your alarm actually goes off and your day begins, those best intentions go out the window. Emails, appointments, and other obligations all get in the way and before you know it, another day has
Quinoa is one of the healthiest grains out there—it’s a complete protein, is gluten free, and is one of the few plant foods that have all nine essential amino acids. It’s also high in fiber, magnesium, B-vitamins, iron, and various antioxidants. While there are three main types of quinoa (white, red, and black) they all
I’ve never considered myself overweight. Out of shape, maybe? Even at my thinnest? Yes! But recently, I realized I was BOTH and had been in denial for a while. Something inside said “enough is enough” of not feeling like myself. My numbers at my annual checkups were also beginning to show concerns at the young age of 46! I HAD to do something.
Thanks for tuning in to the October GHUTV LIVE Q&A session with Chris Freytag and Lindsey Bomgren, where they answered your health and fitness questions live on air! Stay tuned for next month’s session! See you then!
Stop us if this sounds familiar: you’re short on time in the morning so you reach for a measly granola bar, a pastry, or maybe just plain old coffee as you rush out the door. You know that eating breakfast can help you lose weight by jump-starting your metabolism for the day, but you’re fresh