Nothing encourages exercise more than a cute outfit…or a room full of girls in cute outfits working out – hard.
After teasing us for a long time, summer in the city is finally here. That means fabulous weekend getaways, rooftop barbeques and outdoor seating in restaurants. Summer also means short skirts, short shorts and bikinis – which can get a little complicated when all that bbqing and outdoor drinking is getting in the way. You <... >
When BN discovered two celebrities, Angelo Sosa and Patrick Long, were going to be featured together at an event, the first question that came to mind was–in what world do a chef and a race car driver come together? In interviewing them both, I found that food plays a major part in Long’s daily routine. <... >
Fruit and veggie smoothies are an ideal meal during hot summer weather when your body naturally tends to crave light, healthy meals. The beauty of a smoothie is the endless variety of ingredients that can be used to create delicious, cool concoctions, and you don’t have to be a good cook to make them. I <... >
When it comes to testing out a new fitness trend I’m always first in line. Especially when the workout promises sculpted arms, flat abs, a lifted seat, and long firm thighs.
A creator of numerous yoga DVD’s and the face of the yoga wear line for Adidas – Rainbeau Mars is a famed yoga instructor and holistic specialist.
So we’ve all heard of the infamous Fiji Water and may have wondered why it costs $2.50 per bottle! Even for NYC that can be a bit pricy.
Starting a diet and fitness regimen can be daunting, but there are a few things that make reaching your goals much easier. We’ve all heard that to lose weight it’s necessary to burn more calories than we consume each day, but without the right tools, determining what we consume vs. what we expend often involves <... >
Let’s face it – summer’s around the corner and your body doesn’t exactly look like the cover of the magazines you see on the newsstand on your way to work each morning.
I’m something of an agnostic when it comes to certain areas of holistic health–willing to believe, but not without a fair amount of convincing. Reiki is one of these areas. My interest in Reiki was first piqued by a very smart, sensible, skeptical friend who, in a last resort to deal with migraine headaches, saw <... >