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Water : How, Why, When...

February 29, 2016 Rosemarie Buentiempo

Do you know how much water you should be drinking a day? The old 8x8 rule, 8 glasses of 8 ounces? Or do we divide our weight in half and drink that amount? Or is it 2/3rds? Every website you go to will tell you something different about what is the "right" amount of water to be drinking a day.  In reality, your health and lifestyle are major factors in giving YOU the right answer for YOU.  Our bodies are made up of approximately 70% of water, and we lose this every day with normal bodily functions like peeing, sweating...


How to find your waist trainer

January 27, 2016 Daniel Kremsa

Buying a waist trainer that is meant for your body type and for your comfort level is very important to ensure no body bruising and the best results. A waist trainer should be tight enough where it performs its function and pushes you waist in, but it should also not be too tight where it restricts your ability to breath and possibility posses bruising on your waist and stomach. First thing to do is to begin by measuring the size of your waist, which can be done by measuring the slimmest part of your stomach with a measuring tape. Your...


Pinterest Boards!

December 28, 2015 Rosemarie Buentiempo

Click on the images below for some inspiration, exercise tips, advice, recipes and more!    Inspiration, motivation and some fun  Workout Time  Snack Attack  Waist Trainer Knowledge Healthy Recipes                  


Snack on this!

December 08, 2015 Rosemarie Buentiempo

One of the hardest thing about eating healthy is kicking those bad habits we've had for so long.  Fresh fruit, lean meats, and flavorful veggies are inviting and delicious, eating those are the easy part.  The hard part is saying "No" to that slice of cheesecake or that bag of chips or better yet, that slice of pizza!  Our taste buds and brain have been programmed by us to crave and desire the bad stuff, the stuff that is full of sugars, carbs and no nutrition.  If you are just starting on kicking your bad habits, the first thing to...


Let's take a look at some classic and new waist training

December 02, 2015 Rosemarie Buentiempo

Let me be clear.. in no way did the Kardashian Klan create waist trainers or the ever popular "hourglass figure", they just happen to have a huge following and helped bring back the waist training trend.  Back in the day, like way back, women in the Victorian Era used corsets to tight lace daily.  Having that itty bitty waist was a must in the 18th century and tight lacing was how to do that.    Let's take a look at some classic and new waist training. Some extreme tight lacing Just look at that waist! Betty Brosmer 18 inch waist -...