Finish the year on a high note with these three, spectacular fruit-forward bubbly cocktails. And by fruit-forward, we mean it’s literally in your drink and maybe even balancing on the glass. If you’ve never made simple syrup before, now is the time to learn a new skill for the New Year...and maybe a new you?
You may be aware that yoga increases your physical flexibility, but with its attention to awareness, breath and moving with the moment, it’ll increase your mental flexibility as well. It’ll increase muscle strength and tone, perfect posture, improve energy and athletic performance.
Don’t let the inner Grinch steal your Christmas this year with these 6 yoga poses you can do after a great cardio session, group fitness class, or just at home in your living room.
It might seem strange, but watermelon and feta cheese make a great team. Dress it up with a drizzle of balsamic reduction and you have a New Year’s Eve appetizer that everyone will love.
Low-calorie and low in carbs, this fruit-based snack is easy to prepare ahead of time. To avoid watermelon juice pooling on the plate, store the pre-cut watermelon squares on a folder paper towel in an air-tight container and refrigerate until ready to use.
If you find the menu at holiday parties too filling and often leave you feeling sluggish, try serving a few smaller dishes made from fresh ingredients instead of one big dish. Try these delicate rolls of finger food – we promise they are just as good as they look!
Assembled with a homemade avocado spread and topped with fresh dill, each roll bursts with flavor. Best served well-chilled, refrigerate for at least one hour before serving, and consider chilling the serving plate ahead of time too. Happy Holidays!
Feel the burn with our December recharge card workout! This can be done at home or in your gym, all you need is a positive attitude and a weight (kettlebell)!