Forty-two percent: that’s nearly half of Americans who are deficient in Vitamin D — and that stat is even higher in adults: up to seventy-seven percent! While this sunshine vitamin is amazing for bone health (it helps distribute calcium to the right places) and mood (hello, Seasonal Affective Disorder), it has some other pretty awesome superpowers that are less well-known.Read More
Did you see the big news? Videos are here!Read More
You guys ready for some fresh rotations in the kitchen?
I am dying over all the new seasonal produce this time of year, and I’ve rounded up a new batch of spring recipes for quick, easy, healthy meals for you and your crew.Read More
I should probably come up with a more creative title, but if you guys are as excited as I am, you’re ready to cut to the chase, shout it from the rooftops, and share it with all. your. friends.Read More
Daylight Savings has arrived and in my mind, spring has basically sprung. Give me all the preserved boxwoods and mossy rabbits and buckets of lemons, I am all in after this never-ending winter. Also, I happened to stumble upon just about the prettiest smoothie I’ve ever seen over at Floating Kitchen. Blenders out, friends!Read More
To wrap up National Heart Health Month, we need to discuss one of the most common health issues for women: about 44 million women in the United States are affected by heart disease, according to the American Heart Association. However, nearly 80% of heart disease events can be prevented with some small lifestyle changes, including amping up intake of omega-3 fatty acids, greens, and whole grains, as well as increasing exercise and sleep.Read More
Continuing our celebration of National Heart Health Month, I want to discuss a sneaky and very dangerous threat to our hearts that is often overlooked in the onslaught of nutrition and exercise that comes at us in the discussion of heart disease prevention: yo-yo dieting, or “weight cycling.”Read More
In celebration of American Heart Month, we are looking to round up fun way to incorporate heart health into the daily. And while there is certainly no unicorn of a food that will stave off heart disease, the American Heart Association recommends adding all the color all the time. And what better way to embrace the color in this month of romance than berries?Read More
Happy American Heart Month!
Did you know heart disease is the number one killer in America? One in four deaths in the United States each year are caused by heart disease. American Heart month celebrates heart health and aims to spread awareness about heart disease prevention. Chances are, you’re already giving your heart regular TLC with a healthy, balanced diet and regular exercise, but did you know stress is a major player in the heart disease game?Read More
Just as the indulgence of Christmas is a month in the rearview, here comes Valentine’s Day … and boxes and boxes of chocolates! But the good news is, there are a wealth of health benefits in this sweet treat.Read More
We’ve got a lot cooking in the kitchen at Training by Tamara, and I am so excited to finally bring you short workout videos!Read More
You know the old saying, “Failing to plan is planning to fail,” and well, friends, truth.Read More
Did I mention new clients are getting 25% off all sessions booked in the month of January?
Jump on that!Read More
… So cheesy, I know. But there is something alluring about a fresh start, a clean slate, an empty planner, a new year: the possibilities of a new you, or at the very least, a better you.Read More
Happy Holidays from my family to yours!Read More
Holiday home stretch! It’s almost here!Read More
As a gift to you, Training by Tamara is doing a promotion from now through the New Year! Read for details with code FITXMAS!Read More
Whether you have a nice Norman Rockwell thing going on at your place, or if it is a bit more peppermint bark, a bottle of wine, and screaming children, I am here for you with a playlist to be the soundtrack to your chaos — I mean holiday. The soundtrack to your holiday.Read More
Tis the season for cookie exchanges, corporate parties, family gatherings and festive nights out on the town with friends. For family traditions baking and cooking and toasting and gathering warm by the fire. For shopping and wrapping and celebrating and pulling late nights with the Elf on the Shelf. For trying to fit more hours in each day, a to do list that doesn’t end, for weeks where your schedule is so upside down that workouts and healthy meal planning and drinking anything that’s not caffeinated, alcoholic or sugar-laden seems, well … that’s what January is for, right?Read More