Rose del Deserto Recipe

Eating healthy is an extra challenge during the holidays, but it doesn’t have to be that difficult with Paola’s improved version of the classic Mediterranean diet, which she aptly calls The Mamma Mia! Diet. And she is delighted to share this traditional Italian holiday cookie recipe below. Enjoy the recipe with warm wishes for the holiday season ahead. Continue reading

Sliced Turkey Taco with Special Sauce Recipe

Have some leftover turkey from Thanksgiving? Why not use that in this fantastic taco recipe? Which can be found inside Taco! Taco! Taco! by Sara Haas, a perfect gift for any taco lover. Check out her recipe below.

When I was in college, there was a delicious little sandwich place that I used to frequent. I loved it and spent most of any of the money I earned on their sandwiches. I wanted to re-create that sandwich in this recipe, but this time in taco form. The result? Let’s just say I’m glad I don’t have to pinch pennies to buy them anymore! Continue reading

Technology: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Technology has spurred a major shift in the way we work, spend our free time, interact with others, shop, go to the movies, read books, get our news, socialize, date, make love, get married, and raise our children.

It’s easy to identify technology’s external changes because they come in the form of new devices and capabilities. But the internal changes technology has created are much less understood and discussed. Continue reading

7 Tips for Brain Health

One of the best things you can do for your brain and for your future health is to feed your brain the nutrients it desperately needs. When you feed your brain only what you most desire, fast food, baked goods and other nutritionally deficient foodstuffs, you fail to fulfill the nutritional requirements of the brain. The brain requires specific nutrients for the regeneration of brain tissue and maintenance, as well as foods and substances that positively impact neurotransmitters, the brain’s chemical messengers. Continue reading

5 Keys for Tactical Fitness Success

In the world of Tactical Athletics, many mistakes are made by members of the military, police, and firefighting communities on both ends of the fitness spectrum. There are a few different segments within the community that tend to mirror society’s issues.

There are those who quit training after boot camp or police/fire academies and start to gain weight and get injured on the job.  There are those who go hardcore everyday with little to no recovery cycles. And there are those find the right balance of workouts to help with job performance, mobility, recovery, longevity, and probably most important – stress mitigation.  With the later being the optimal goal for the tactical athlete, here is a list of ways to ensure better tactical fitness success: Continue reading

Why You’re Not Winning

Not getting the results you wanted? Read more below as Hollis Lance Liebman, author of Complete Physique offers tips to get to that next level.

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Fit as a Navy SEAL - Warrior Workouts

Ultimate Collection of Military and Tactical Fitness Workouts

Setting the new benchmark for challenging yet rewarding workout collections, Warrior Workouts, Volume 3 takes full advantage of the exercise expertise of legendary fitness expert and former Navy SEAL Stewart “Stew” Smith. Don’t settle for second-best when it comes to your fitness—push yourself to turn your everyday workouts into warrior workouts. Continue reading