Do you like ice cold water or room temperature? A recent survey of American adults found that 79% of people prefer to drink cold water especially on hot days or after exercise. But does the temperature of your water affect how hydrated your body is?
When the sun goes down, the motivation levels go down too. It's way easier to cuddle up under a cozy blanket than go out and brave the cold and dark. It's natural to feel a depletion of energy during the Winter months, however, all hope is not lost! You can still continue your fitness journey and we have 5 tips to make reaching your fitness goals easier during the cold weather months.
From that freshly brewed aroma that you look forward to in the morning, to that sweet iced coffee you treat yourself to every now and then, coffee has become a staple in a majority of Americans lives. It is often said that coffee is the driving force of America’s prosperity. But does the joy of drinking coffee from your favorite mug every morning (the one that fits perfectly in your hands- you know the one), come along with benefits for your health?
You have probably heard of a sauna before, whether it be in your local gym, spa, or even in your house. But when did people start using saunas? Who thought it was a good idea to sit and sweat in a hot room? And why do people continue to do it to this day?