Avoiding Guilt Along The Fitness Journey

Whether you’ve started your fitness journey with a strict deadline or whether you hope to improve your health over time, you will monitor your progress closely. Understandably, the most significant factor of fitness success is achieving your goals. However, setting clear and realistic goals can be challenging for many new fitness enthusiasts. Unrealistic goals or lack of clarity can make you feel like you are not progressing despite your hard work. 

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The Best Foods for Tennis Players

Tennis is a demanding sport, both mentally and physically. It can be just as tiring trying to figure out an opponent’s serve as it is running for a drop shot, therefore making it worthwhile to invest time into improving both aspects of your all-round performance. Of course, your food intake isn’t the only thing that requires monitoring, but it does help. After all, what we put into our bodies is essentially what we get out of them.

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Top Four Tips for Achieving Fitness Success

With winter holidays just around the corner, it is the right time to set some realistic fitness goals and start building a sexy physique. Still, a surprising number of people fail to reach their idea of fitness success, and the reasons for this vary greatly. Nevertheless, one of the main culprits for failures and mishaps along the fitness route lies in improper planning. If you are looking to achieve your fitness goals with minimal hassle and risk of failure in tow, here are the top four planning tips to help you along the way.

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My Top 10 Tips on Staying Fit and Motivated This Holiday Season

Weight can creep up over the holidays—and, unlike visiting relatives, may never leave. According to our fourth annual holiday survey, Americans expect to gain 8 pounds at the end of this season, and 64 percent of them are actively planning to delay healthy attempts until the New Year. This is a 9 percent increase compared to 2020 and a 23 percent increase from 2019.

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Herbalife Nutrition Virtual Run Returns This October

Herbalife Nutrition will stage the second edition of its Virtual Run from October 1 to 31, 2021. Now on its second year, the challenge is part of the premier global nutrition company’s Get Moving With Good Nutrition campaign that seeks to give people the push toward healthy active living.

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Papa John’s The Ultimate NFL Season Menu

During the NFL season, having delicious food within reach at every game is crucial. Whether you’re watching NFL games at home by yourself or whether you plan to host a large number of family and friends to turn each big game into an exciting event, there’s no question that the right menu can add to the ambiance and create a fun, cozy and pleasant vibe. If you’re still considering your food options for the next NFL game, you may be thinking about everything from ice cream and bags of potato chips to fresh-made pizza and buffalo wing delivery. As you choose your NFL season menu, keep in mind that you can’t go wrong sticking to the classics. For the ultimate food selection this season, keep these tips in mind.

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Asia’s Broth Queen Goes Live with Heart Evangelista-Escudero for Healthy Living!

Last Monday, September 13, Asia’s Broth Queen, Kim King, went live on the Kim King’s Kitchen Instagram account (@kimkingskitchen) to talk about healthy living, aging well, and the challenges of personal fitness. Kim King’s Kitchen is one of the fastest growing health & wellness companies in the Philippines. From its humble beginnings as a home enterprise that pioneered “The Organic Bone Broth” during the onset of the pandemic, Kim King’s Kitchen has grown into a full-size, end-to-end meal preparation business serving 12,000 meals and 22,000 liters of organic broth to over 4,000 clients.

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The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 4

As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My fourth year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after four years?

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How to choose a beginner tennis racket for your child

These days, children are considered the “couch” generation as they do not need to move around anymore. Everything that they need and want is already right on their fingers, with all the gadgets at their whim. However, it is still important to introduce them to more physical activities for their growth and development. A child does not need to be athletic as you may read here, but they always go outside and let those muscles go to work. Why don’t you try introducing them to a hobby that is still fun but involves more movement?

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The Tennis Foodie Turns Four

The Tennis Foodie turns four today. It’s been a very challenging yet ultra productive year. This year, I started to post daily at the start of the pandemic. I also released more recipes this year. I’ll continue to do that next year.

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