Dear Jenna is my favorite feature on The Paleo Project. Similar to an advice column, Dear Jenna was created by the questions I receive from readers. It’s written in the style of Dear Abby with the candor of Carrie Bradshaw. Want to be featured on...―
Dear Jenna is a feature on The Paleo Project. Similar to an advice column, Dear Jenna was created by the questions I receive from readers. Topics include Paleo, crossfit, relationships, writing, photography, friendship, family and the like. It’s...―
A reader wonders whether she's better off to increase strength for her first marathon via kettlebells or medicine balls. Bell or ball? "Pie, or fly? Are those the only options?" (Recognize what movie that quote is from?).―
Do you lay or lie, raise or rise? Is proper grammar going to make you a healthy person who eats healthily while doing your fitness regimen! Or is it regiment? Only the grammar goddesses know for sure...―
Do you have a couch potato partner who needs motivation, poking, and prodding to exercise and be fit and amazing like you? How can you activate a Spouse Spud? Can you replace the remote control with a sorting hat? A barbell? A pair of dancing shoes?―
Treadmill walking can be a great workout, but what if your piece of equipment has no incline option? What can you do on the treadmill to vary your exercise program? Intervals, speed work, a weighted backpack, and a fully choreographed dance video ...―
Guest post by Michelle Joseph ∙ Author Bio: Michelle Joseph is a freelance writer who really enjoys everything fitness. She tracks her progress by checking her BMI online. ∙ A home gym offers many advantages if it is properly ...―
Guest post: ∙ Working out and getting fit doesn’t have to be dull and boring. There are a lot of ways to introduce a little fun into your daily exercise routine to keep you motivated and committed to your fitness goals. Instead of hitting ...―
Want to look 5 pounds thinner instantly? Well, don't stand up straight! Yes, you heard us right. Standing "straight" is the direct line to unnatural posture and the famous "ski pole up the tushie" look, sometimes also known as the "drill sergeant ...―
Does your brain go too fast for your tongue? Apparently this phenomenon is part of what defines Alexandra, who puts the "fun" and the "fit" into Fun and Fit. She is reputed to have left the "and" for Kymberly as part of a calorie cutting move. When ...―
A healthy diet consists of the highest amount of vitamins and minerals which aid your body ...
What I love most about Spring is the range of weather. You can leave in the morning with a ...
I read a great article breaking down the recent Google I/O developers conference and what ...