Michaela Ballmann is a Registered Dietitian with both a Masters and Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Loma Linda University. She has clinical experience working at both Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California. In addition, she is a Certified LEAP Therapist assisting those with food sensitivities. Michaela is enthusiastic about guilt-free eating, whole person care, and nourishing food. Her main interest is in getting people to love food, their bodies, and themselves.
Most women think weight training will make them look manly and stick to doing only cardio routines. But if you need quicker results with less effort, better endurance and core strength then CrossFit is the way to go. CrossFit workouts can be broken down into: 15 mins of warm-up stretches, 20 mins weight lifting with squat, snatch etc, and 10-20 mins of any workout like pull-ups, lunges, and rowing.
People usually make a list of foods to eat/not to eat, eat together/ separately, etc. But more emphasis should be on these three foods which should not be eaten for a healthier life - Foods which you do not like, foods that upset your stomach or make you feel uncomfortable, and foods you are allergic or sensitive to.