Fitness

Health Fitness Tips with Mandy Sheckard

1.) What is your go to healthy snack? - Banana and Peanut Butter.


2.) What type of breakfast do you have? - Usually Eggs with onions and peppers, or fruit if I'm on the go.


3.) What is your post workout meal? An Advocare Shake or something with Peanut Butter! 


4.) How do you recover from a intense workout? A nice hot shower and some well deserved protein.

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Health & Fitness Tips with Michelle Biro

1) My favorite healthy snack is a quick, filling & nutritious smoothie! I always have frozen bananas on hand for the base, then other frozen fruit such as blueberries or mango and I add in spinach for extra greens. My trick is to add a bit of frozen cauliflower, too! It makes it nice and thick so that I can eat the smoothie like a bowl of ice cream instead of drinking it. I add a scoop of protein as well, right now I’m loving Vega as it has extra greens in it. Then I just add in enough almond milk to blend and top with slivered almonds or homemade granola. 

2) Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day! I cannot skip it, no matter what. Right now my go-to since becoming a Mom is a hearty bowl of rolled oats. It only takes a few minutes to make and is so filling and helpful with keeping my milk supply up. I add tons of cinnamon, hemp seeds, blueberries and a small handful of nuts for some healthy fats and protein. 

3) My post workout meal is normally my breakfast or lunch! I try to make sure I get in some healthy carbs and protein right away after I workout. 

4) Stretch, stretch, stretch! I’ll be the first to admit that I do not stretch enough, but after a intense workout I make sure to take care of my body with a deep stretch and refuel with tons of water and good nutrition. I also find it helpful to get out for a walk to stretch and shake out my muscles. 

Michelle Biro, Pilates Barre Architect  @michelle.biro 

Michelle Biro, Pilates Barre Architect  @michelle.biro