It is easy to make your own electrolytes at home. Electrolytes are essential minerals that help with many bodily functions, including keeping fluids in balance, maintaining proper hydration levels, and regulating muscle function. You can lose electrolytes when you sweat during your workout, and this can help replenish them.
1 tablespoon Italian Volcano organic lime juice
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1/4 teaspoon cream tartar
1/4 teaspoon Himalayan salt
5 drops Doterra wild orange oil
Mix and enjoy after a workout!
Thank you Lina for the recipe!
This is a game changer for hard boiled eggs. Place eggs on a trivet in your instant pot/ pressure cooker. Add 1 cup of water and cook for 5 min on high. Release for 5 minutes and- voila- perfect eggs! If you soak the cooked eggs into an ice water bath for a few minutes, they will peel easily.
I can’t believe I haven’t made this before!
Straight Leg Bridge
This exercise targets the glut max, the bottom part closer to thigh or hamstrings. Bring the ball higher on calves closer to body than feet, so you can take tension off hamstrings and calves.
You can use a bench instead of a ball. I show this variation in the video as well.
Do 3 sets of 15 and increase as you get stronger. Remember to keep those legs zipped up!
One of the best things about the convention was the sheer number of workshops to choose from. There was definitely something for everyone. But, what to do when there are too many good sessions at once...
This week, I am sharing this amazing coleslaw from Women of Today. No mayo.... What?!
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