Getting Started with HIIT
Numerous studies have shown HIIT to be superior to steady state cardio for maximizing lean mass and fat loss while being comparable to OR better than steady state cardio for cardiovascular health.
Issue 9.27.22 | How I Reached my Goal Weight and Fitness Level with transform 6!
Meet Kerri Hellquist, 50, who because of our transform 6 program, has achieved her goal weight and is feeling great! She talks about the experience with us this week.
Try This! | Supplements to Maximize Workouts
Looking to get a leg up in your workouts, maximizing their effectiveness and ramping up your fitness level? Research suggests these supplements may make a difference in our workout routine.
Try This! Kinesio Tape for Joint & Muscle Support
Do you experience joint pain during or after your HIIT workouts? It can be frustrating when you want to push yourself to run that extra mile or do the unmodified versions of a jump lunge, but your knees start talking to you. If this sounds all too familiar, you could consider trying Kinesio tape to give those aching areas some extra support.
Issue 9.21.22 | 6 Tips to Improve Energy in Menopause
No one wants to be perpetually exhausted, as it only exacerbates the other symptoms women may already be dealing with, such as further weight gain as you’re less inclined to exercise when tired, and feeling grumpier as happens with less sleep.
So how can energy levels be improved in mildlife?
Day 1: Rim to Rim and So Much More..
We can do hard things. Tomorrow I will embark on a 24 mile hike, with 5500 feet in elevation gain and temperatures ranging from anywhere 40 to 100 degrees. I’ll be traversing the North Rim to South Rim trail in the majestic Grand Canyon. At 55 years old and without much time in my schedule to train, I decided to put myself out there and see what happens.
Women Who Inspire | Pam Sherman
This week, Pam Sherman, 55, our Master Trainer here at b-untethered chats with us about staying strong into our later years. She has been a certified instructor and coach for over 25 years where she has helped thousands discover the right balance of movement, mindful eating, and motivation. We are so thrilled to have her on the team to help our ladies become the best version of themselves.
Women Who Inspire | Cynthia Jordan
Cynthia Jordan, 57, was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 52. She shares with us her story of how she dealt and what she is doing to help others in their journey. The world needs more people like you, Cynthia!
Issue 9.13.22 | Menopause & Alzheimer’s: Can Lifestyle Make a Difference?
A common discussion among midlife women is cognition and their risk of Alzheimer’s disease. To provide insight into this topic, this article provides information from The XX Brain, a book written by Lisa Mosconi, PhD, who runs the Women’s Brain Initiative at Weill Cornell Medical College in NYC. The book offers actionable steps women can take with regard to food choices and exercise which may help prevent cognitive decline.
Try This! to Slow Cognitive Decline
Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about vegetables, there’s one more layer to peel back! A 20-year study of more than 13,000 women found that those who eat the most veggies, including cruciferous options (think broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts) and leafy greens (think spinach, kale, collards, lettuce), had a slower cognitive decline than women consuming the least amount.