There’s plenty of summer left to enjoy.
Mix up your fitness routine.
Waterskiing is a great workout for strength and balance, pushing you to utilize muscles that don’t often get attention, such as triceps.
Get out and enjoy the scenery in a kayak or canoe to tone the upper body and core.
If you’re in the mountains, challenge yourself with a hiking trip. More advanced skills? Rock climbing or spelunking might be next.
Biking, volleyball, swimming, sailing, baseball, skating, running, and even hula hooping are in season. Keep it interesting by trying something new.
Here is a resource for trail guides all over the US. It includes water guides, biking and hiking, off-road, equestrian, and even volunteer opportunities.
Try these recipes for great summer food that’s quick and healthy. The asparagus ribbon salad is a good choice when you need a new cookout side dish that doesn’t revolve around starch.
Have a drink.
Looking for summer drinks on a dietary budget? These creative beverage recipes include calorie burn information. Find out how many minutes you should go running to combat that Ginger Peach Margarita…
Sangria is based on red wine, which can be healthy in moderation. It is certainly more healthy than a margarita. This option uses pomegranate juice