Drinking water regulates your body temperature, lubricates joints, and helps transport nutrients for energy and health. If you’re not properly hydrated, your body will be unable to perform at its highest level, and you may experience fatigue, muscle cramps and dizziness. Stay hydrated throughout the day!
Whether you are paleo, or just trying to pick healthier choices while dining out, this is a great article to help you with picking the right food at restaurants.
Just a reminder that there are no classes Saturday May 23 through Monday May 25th. Regular schedule will resume on Tuesday. Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!
This would be great for Memorial Day weekend!
Take an active recovery day if you are feeling considerably sore. You may find that you feel soreness 12-48 hours after working out. This is called delayed-onset muscle soreness. Muscles can feel better if you exercise lightly. Taking a walk, going for a swim, or going on a mildly easy hike can help with the soreness and actually make you feel less sore.
Summer is approaching fast! Our crane summer camp will be on July 13 – 17. Check out a little bit of what your kids will be learning that week and sign up for this camp or any other ones here.
Eating good fats can help with ones energy levels. Make sure you are getting a good amount (about a handful) of fats in your diet. Almonds, cashews, avocado and coconut are great and healthy sources of fat.
Another good recipe from Against All Grain!
If you are craving sugar, try to grab some fruit to help with that craving.
Free Family Self Defense Classes in Portland Public Schools.
Join us for this introductory one hour class for kids ages 6-10. Parents are encouraged to participate but not required. These classes are held at the schools listed below. No registration required.
Laurelhurst – May 6, Tuesday – 6:30-7:30
Abernethy – May 7, Thursday – 6:30-7:30
Woodstock – May 12, Tuesday – 6:30-7:30
Glencoe – May 13, Thursday – 6:30-7:30