When it comes to planning a long bike ride or hike, meal and snack preparation is absolutely crucial. You don't want to run out of energy halfway through a 10-mile hike, or stall out on your bike after only half a day of riding. And for those of us who work out on a ketogenic diet, it's especially important to plan ahead of time. Let's take a look at how you can still enjoy long trips, hikes, and bike routes while eating keto.
Whether this year's vacation includes cycling as a short side venture, or the bike's the reason for the trip, your car needs as much time and thought invested in preparation as you and your bike.
Winter is upon us, and that means colder temperatures and shorter days. However, with the decreased daylight hours comes what is called seasonal, or winter depression. This especially holds true for those who are accustomed to spending a great deal of time outdoors enjoying the fresh air and sunshine as they exercise.
Most people think that herbs and spices simply add flavors to their foods. However, many herbs, spices, and even garnishes contain essential micronutrients that your body requires. Cooking with these ingredients not only adds flavor, but makes your meals more nutritious and more satisfying. Here are some important things you may not know about your favorite herbs and spices.
If you are going on an all-day cycling trip, you face several challenges. One is knowing what to (and in some cases not to) take with you. There is only so much you can carry, after all, before it literally slows you down.
Have you been in a funk lately? Not really feeling like yourself? If even your favorite workouts aren't really helping you boost your mood, it might be time to reset. By challenging yourself, changing your scenery, practicing gratitude, and boosting energy — you can use exercise to elevate your mood.
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