Yaaay! It’s almost summer…. And I’ve been committing to some really exclusive health & fitness meals/articles that I wanted to share with everyone. Healthy snacks to eat after 8, shrinking stomach fat, women’s fitness myths, and more. They all come from my favorite fitness app called “Fitonomy“. Their app provides 3D interactive animation of full-body exercises to take you through the workout, and see how the exercise is supposed to be performed. You can download their app for free, but it costs monthly if you keep it after initial trial period (1 week). I always take screenshots of their healthy food content. And for the past 6 weeks I’ve been sticking to these snacks/vegetables to get my tummy bikini ready for summer. I even save some amazing workout routines from them, and then try them while at the gym. So here are some quick and worth-knowing highlights that I think can help you out as well.
Healthy Snacks You Can Eat After 8PM
I was totally thrown off by the choice of pop-corn in this image, but Heeyyy! Now I definitely feel better about doing popcorn and movies at nights.
5 Veggies That Kill Stomach Fat
Who knew onions killed stomach fat. Apparantly they work even if grilled or sauteed. I hate raw onions, but am willing to increase my intake of grilled or sauteed onions. 🙂
Top Muscle Building Foods
If you’re like me, and always trying to build muscle, well then these food options must roll into your diet immediately…
What To Eat Before/After Workout
Eating a healthy snack right before a workout always helps boost my energy, and of course what you eat afterwards is also super important. Hummus somehow appears in all workout/health related articles. Gotta love Hummus…
Biggest Women’s Fitness Myths – Fitonomy
“Lifting heavy will make you look like a man” is definitely my favorite myth about women because those of you who personally know me or see my pics know that I am far from looking like a man, and I have been gradually increasing my weights for years now. But there are some other interesting myths listed in this article to discover. Read on…
Hopefully you took away some good points from these articles. I can’t validate the science behind all of the food recommendations they list here, but I think it’s worth a read. I definitely love their workout routines as they highlight the muscles being worked on with each exercise. Please comment below and let me know your thoughts 🙂