12 Tips to a Happy & Healthy Holiday

1. Embrace your inner dasher
Tis the season for intervals! I’m adamant about getting my clients to change up their cardio workouts when the 1-hour elliptical jaunt has gotten all too comfortable. Not only are intervals efficient of your time, … Read more

Figo: Lunges and Rosemary Roasted Butternut Squash

This FigoFit & FigoFood episode has us gearing up for Thanksgiving Day!

For FigoFit, Peanut demonstrates a step back lunge and single arm press. This is a great move to tone the shoulders and tighten up the legs! Add this … Read more

Small Victories with Trainer Peanut

I’m about a week out from the Fitness Atlantic 2014 in Connecticut! One small victory, one day at a time in reaching my ultimate goal. Slip ups have ABSOLUTELY happened, but I didn’t let them overcome me. I didn’t come … Read more

Protein Time

I love my protein shakes. I use them post workout and sometimes as meal replacements. They fill me up and help me recover from my workouts. Protein assists in building lean muscle so I can stay jacked as hell.

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life lessons learned in italian culinary school

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LA ESPERIENZA experience

If there was ever a time that I thought I was “the shit” in the kitchen at my school or while on my internship, it was often quickly repressed by a complete and absolute failure on my … Read more

tight body mini circuit with trainer peanut

Tighten up your legs, arms, shoulders and abs while challenging your cardio capacity! All you need is a set of dumbbells and a timer for this full body interval training workout. 3 moves, 1 minute each. Take a 1 minute … Read more

healthy parsnip & carrot soup with chef peanut

Peanut shows you how to make a delicious and super healthy parsnip & carrot soup with a ginger jalape├▒o base. It’s a Sunday Funday in Peanut’s kitchen, so good wine and pajamas are definitely in the mix!

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your relationship with food

Everyone needs to have a relationship with food. We need a relationship with food if we want to survive. Some have a healthy relationship with food, and others have an unhealthy relationship with food.

According to a statistic from the … Read more