Thanksgiving has become synonymous with three helpings of stuffing and an extra slice of pumpkin pie. So why not start your holiday season in an active way? Get off the couch and get some Misfit points! We’ve scoured the country for the top Turkey Trots this year, and scoped out exclusive discounts on registrations just for you. Whether its walking, running, or cheering on a friend we encourage you to get up and move! Added bonus: winners of these races will get a Shine Fitness & Sleep Monitor! Want your Turkey Trot added to the list? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Photo via flickr user @wewon31)Continue Reading
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Here’s what’s new:
- New design for social dashboard and world feed for Android users
- Performance improvements and stability enhancements
The Misfit Fitness Notebook is the ultimate old-school fitness diary. It’s designed to help you keep track of your workouts and sleep while providing helpful tips to motivate you this year. Including a pocket to hold notes, receipts, or keepsakes, the Misfit Fitness Notebook is also a practical and functional day planner.
Whether it’s doodling, keeping score or just scheduling your busy life, the Misfit Notebook is ready to help. Go ahead and start with your activity journal today!
This post is part of a series led by our in-house health and fitness expert and nutritionist to the stars, Liz Josefsberg. Photo via Flickr user Dawn Ellner
Temperatures are dropping and change is in the air. Pay attention to the seasonal changes happening around you. Give notice to hectic fall holiday schedules, changes to your appetite, to the foods you crave and your sleep patterns due to the amount of light available in a day. A few tips for feeling good:
- Eat seasonally. Rotate from watermelon to apples, roast butternut squash, cook oatmeal and make soups instead of salads. Your food will be fresher and tastier.Continue Reading
These healthy recipes are parts of a series by our in-house health and fitness expert and nutritionist to the stars, Liz Josefsberg. Photo via Flickr user Luca Nebuloni
I am a mom of two boys (6 and 9 years old) and have more than a full time job. Sitting down and eating at a table, as a family, is one of the most important things I can do for my kids as a Mom. Studies link sitting for meals without distraction to the intake of up to 30% less food. Dinnertime is some of the only time we have to discuss our day, talk about challenges and share our dreams.
Let’s get real though. It is really hard to land home after a long day to prepare a meal. Below are some of my go-to favorites that win almost every time. Hope they help you get a meal on the table in as little time as possible!Continue Reading