Dietary fats are essential for a healthy body; from vitamin absorption, to joint protection, to hormone synthesis fats are worth their weight in gold in a balanced diet.
So ditch the “fat makes you fat” mentality and check out exactly why dancers need fats and how many are optimal for you!
We live in a fast-paced world designed for instant gratification. But in regards to changing our bodies there’s much wrong information and these too-good-to-be-true solutions, are oftentimes just that.
These solutions are not solutions at all, they are hacks and cons, developed and marketed by a company that cares more about their bottom line than your health.
Here’s why you should skip the 30-day promises and overnight magic solutions.
Fat is an incredible and important macronutrient. Having a diet with ample fat means your body will run smoothly and recover quickly.
However, there is “too much of a good thing,” being the most calorically dense macro means it’s easy to overeat fat and thusly having too many calories; ultimately slowing down your fat-loss goals.
Here are 8 ways fat is sneaking into your diet.
Baked chicken and steamed fish would bore anyone to tears and undoubtedly lead to the demise of one’s diet efforts.
A dancer within the DWL community felt this tension rising and asked the rest of the DWL Fam to weigh in on their favorite ways to make protein more exciting.
Here are the top 9 responses!
When I started my journey with fitness, I wanted as much information as I could get my hands on, but something so frustrating was the conflicting information from what I had been told in my years of dance training with what I was learning about the body and strength training.
In fact, it seemed there were several “myths” that dancers have heard over the years. So today I’d like to take a moment and clarify the 7 myths dancers should stop believing.