At our Healthy Habits for 2016 event on 1/7 at Lole, we heard actionable tips, strategies, and ideas for how to live a healthier life. Our first talk was from Beth Lipton, read more here. Our second talk (followed by a functional movement & conditioning workout!) was by Troy Brooks. Troy is a top NYC personal trainer whose main goal is to impact and change lives through an active and healthy lifestyle. He also is a motivational coach who has overcome obstacles himself as you'll read below.
He currently coaches at S10 training and through his independent company TB Elite Fitness. Check him out on Instagram @Troy_Brooks.
In case you missed it, here are Troy's tips and advice for a healthier and more active life.
At our Healthy Habits event on 1/7 at Lole, we heard actionable tips, strategies, and ideas for how to live a healthier life from 2 industry experts, food & wellness coach Beth Lipton and fitness professional & motivational coach Troy Brooks (here). Our first talk was from Beth Lipton, the food director at Health Magazine and a private health coach with her own company: StriveNourishPlay.com. In case you missed it, we've compiled the information for you here:
The goal is to have more energy; to perform better. Energy is something you generate and every decision you make results in a certain energy output. Below are 3 lifestyle recommendations that will give you more energy and help you lead a happier and healthier life.
Six in the morning and your alarm is blaring. You remember that you signed up for a spin class before work around the corner. At the time it seemed like an amazing idea, but right now, the last thing you want to do is get your feet out of bed and into a pair of cycling shoes. So you hit snooze, roll over, and mutter, “I’ll go tomorrow morning,” before slipping back into your most recent dream, where you're running on the beach in Costa Rica....
A very Happy New Year to all!
After what feels like weeks of parties, dinners, get-togethers and Champagne toasts, we’ve emerged from the warm, cozy holiday season back into the much colder reality of every day life. Between the stages of denial (it seems that fried hors d’oeuvres and sugar cookies do have calories after all!) and the sluggish, lazy feeling I know I’ve had these past few mornings, bouncing back from holiday indulgences is no easy task. Here are a few tips to help make that transition a little easier.