[The Path] 5 Low-Impact Exercises That Have Serious Calorie-Blasting Potential

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Lenten Core Challenge

Whether you’re religious or not, it’s about to be a fun 40 days…

Let’s first start with some clarification.

What this is: This program IS a challenge to get your core strong and stable.

What this is not: This program is NOT an ab challenge to get you a ripped 6 pack for Lent.

What this is meant for: This program can be incorporated at the end of your regular workouts, or, if you’re just starting to exercise or this is the only think you’ll be doing, this can function as a stand-alone core strengthening program.

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk about what your “core” actually is. It’s not just the 6 pack muscles – your core also consists of your lower back, butt, obliques, and your hip flexors.

This program aims to strengthen this entire system. It doesn’t just strengthen your abs because too many crunches will lead to lower back pain, poor posture, and overall dysfunction when performing other exercises. Strengthening your entire core will help you engage proper muscles for other exercises, and also more generally, promote a strong foundation that is balanced and stable.

Fhew. Had to get that out first. Now let’s get into the challenge.

*UPDATE: Easier to follow along on a calendar? Check this out: Lenten Core Calendar*

March 1st

  • All 4s Extensions: 10 on each side
    • On your hands and knees with a flat back, extend your right arm and left leg as far as you can, then return to the starting position. Repeat with opposite limbs.
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 10 on each side
    • Same action as above, but instead of returning to the starting position, reach your elbow to the opposite knee, then return to the starting position.
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank
    • On your forearms, maintain a flat back and a diagonally straight line from your feet to your head and hold. Make sure your gaze is on the floor, not straight out in front of you.
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions
    • Lie on your back with your knees flexed. Push through your heels and squeeze your glutes as you raise your hips high to the ceiling. Slowly lower your hips to the initial starting position.
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions 

March 2nd 

  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
    • Starting position mimics a push up position. Keep your back flat and squeeze your glutes and hold.
  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
    • Lie on your stomach with your arms straight out in front of you and feet slightly apart. Raise your chest, arms and legs as high off the ground as you can, then return to the starting position.
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 10 repetitions
    • Place your wrists/forearms on a pilate ball and sit on the ground on the back on your calves. Slowly roll forward, extending your legs and hips so that you must use your core to stabilize the roll. Slowly roll backwards sitting back onto your calves.
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
      • Utilizing the same motion as described above, sit on your calves and place your hands on a towel and slide out as far as you can while maintaining control, then slide back to the original position.
  •  :30 Second Forearm Side Plank
    • On your forearms, maintain a flat back and a diagonally straight line from your feet to your head and hold. Make sure your gaze is on the floor, not straight out in front of you.
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions
    • Lie on your back with your knees flexed. Push through your heels and squeeze your glutes as you raise your hips high to the ceiling. Slowly lower your hips to the initial starting position.
  • :30 Second Forearm Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions

March 3rd: OFF!

March 4th

  • All 4s Extensions: 10 on each side
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 10 on each side
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions

March 5th

  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 10 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
  • :30 Second Side Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions
  • :30 Second Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions

March 6th

  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
  • Leg Raises: 10 repetitions
    • Lie down on your back with your legs slightly bent. Raise your legs to form an L shape with your body, then slowly lower back down with your heels carefully touching back down on the floor.
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
  • :30 Second Bicycle Kicks
    • Lie on your back with your hands interlocked behind your head with your elbows flaring out. Create a cycling motion with your legs while reaching your elbow to the inside portion of the opposite knee. Do the same with the other side.
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
  • :30 Second Bicycle Kicks

March 7th: OFF! 

March 8th

  • All 4s Extensions with Elbow to Knee: 10 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Dead Bugs: 10 repetitions
    • Lie on your back flat on the floor with your hands extended above you toward the ceiling. Bring your feet, knees, and hips up to 90 degrees. Hold a Pilate ball in between your arms and your thighs. This will be your starting position. Extending one leg and the opposite arm while holding the ball between the other leg and arm. Return to the starting position and repeat on the opposite side. That is 1 rep.
    • Modification: No Pilate Ball, Yoga Block/Basketball, Soccer Ball Dead Bugs
  • Wide Legged Forward Hinge: 10 repetitions
    • From a standing position with feet outside shoulder width apart, slowly hinge forward while maintaining a flat back. Try to bring your torso as close to parallel to the floor as you can, and slowly return to the starting position.
  • High Knee Marches: 25 repetitions
    • From a standing position with your feet together, raise your knee as high as you can and slowly return it to the ground. Repeat with opposite leg. That is 1 rep.
  • Wide Legged Forward Hinge: 10 repetitions
  • High Knee Marches: 25 repetitions

 March 9th

  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
  • Leg Raises: 10 repetitions
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
  • :30 Second Bicycle Kicks
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank
  • :30 Second Bicycle Kicks

March 10th

  • All 4s Extensions with Elbow to Knee: 15 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Dead Bugs: 15 repetitions
    • Modification: No Pilate Ball, Yoga Block/Basketball, Soccer Ball Dead Bugs
  • Wide Legged Forward Hinge: 10 repetitions
  • High Knee Marches: 25 repetitions
  • Wide Legged Forward Hinge: 10 repetitions
  • High Knee Marches: 25 repetitions

March 11th: OFF!

March 12th

  • Side to Side Crunches: 25 repetitions
    • From a sit up position, reach your left hand to your left heel, then your right hand to your right heel. That is 1 rep.
  • Leg Raises: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second Side Forearm Plank
  • All 4s Extensions: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second Side Forearm Plank (opposite side)
  • All 4s Extensions: 15 repetitions

March 13th

  • Stability Push Ups: 10 repetitions
    • Begin in a push up position, but move your hands so that they are in line with your chin/mouth. Flare your elbows out and perform a pushup from this position.
    • Modification: Stability Push Ups from Knees or Elevated
  • :45 Second Yoga Plank
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 10 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Crunches
  • Yoga Planks with Alternating Leg Raises: 10 repetitions
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position. Slowly raise your left leg so that it is parallel with the floor. Lower, and repeat with your right leg. That is 1 rep.
  • :30 Second Banana Hold
    • Begin lying on your back, legs extended and arms extended overhead. Slowly lift your legs and arms/upper back off the ground and hold.

March 14th

  • Side to Side Crunches: 25 repetitions
  • Leg Raises: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second Side Forearm Plank
  • All 4s Extensions: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second Side Forearm Plank (opposite side)
  • All 4s Extensions: 15 repetitions

March 15th

  • Stability Push Ups: 10 repetitions
    • Modification: Stability Push Ups from Knees or Elevated
  • :45 Second Yoga Plank
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 10 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Crunches
  • Yoga Planks with Alternating Leg Raises: 10 repetitions
  • :30 Second Banana Hold

March 16th: OFF!

March 17th

  • Yoga Plank with Arm Reach: 10 repetitions
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position. Slowly reach your right arm out as far as you can. Lower your arm and repeat with the other side. That is 1 rep.
  • Yoga Plank Heel Raise -> Knee to Nose: 10 repetitions
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position, extend your left leg as far as it can so that it is parallel to the floor. Then, bring your leg under your torso and try to reach your knee to your nose without placing your foot on the ground. Repeat with your opposite let. That is 1 rep.
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Holds
    • Perform a glute bridge, but hold the top position for 30 full seconds, making sure you squeeze your glutes as much as you can.
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Holds

March 18th

  • Yoga Plank Heel Raise -> Knee to Nose: 10 repetitions
  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 15 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
  • :30 Second Forearm Side Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions
  • :30 Second Forearm Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Glute Bridges: 20 repetitions

March 19th

  • Yoga Plank with Arm Reach: 10 repetitions
  • Yoga Plank Heel Raise -> Knee to Nose: 10 repetitions
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Holds
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Holds

March 20th

  • Yoga Plank Heel Raise -> Knee to Nose: 10 repetitions
  • Supermans: 10 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 15 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
  • :30 Second Forearm Side Plank
  • Glute Bridges: 25 repetitions
  • :30 Second Forearm Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Glute Bridges: 25 repetitions

 March 21st: OFF!

March 22nd

  • Pilate Ball Dead Bugs: 20 repetitions
    • Modificaion: Yoga Block/Basketball, Soccer Ball Dead Bugs
  • Yoga Plank with Opposite Arm/Leg Raise: 15 repetitions
    • Perform a Yoga Plank, and reach your opposite leg and arm out so that they are both parallel to the floor. Lower back to the starting position. Repeat with the opposite side. That is 1 rep.
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 15 repetitions
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 10 repetitions
    • From a forearm plank position, press up to a Yoga Plank position with your left, then right arm. Lower back down to a forearm plank position the opposite way you lifted yourself up. That is 1 rep.
  • 1 Minute Bicycle Kicks
  • Leg Raises: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Sit Hold (Legs Straight)
    • In a seated position with your legs straight out and feet together, sit in a perfectly upright position, making an L shape with your body, and hold for 1 minute.

March 23rd 

  • :45 Second 4 Inch Leg Holds
    • Lying down with your hands at your sides and feet together, raise your feet off the floor about 4 inches off the ground and hold.
  • Glute Bridges: 30 repetitions
  • :45 Second Forearm Side Plank
  • :45 Second Forearm Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Eccentric Push Ups: 10 repetitions
    • From a Yoga Plank Position, lower your torso to the ground as slowly as you can. Reset back to the starting position, and repeat.
  • Stability Push Ups: 15 repetitions
    • Modification: Stability Push Ups from Knees or Elevated

March 24th

  • Pilate Ball Dead Bugs: 20 repetitions
    • Modification: No Pilate Ball, Yoga Block/Basketball, Soccer Ball Dead Bugs
  • Yoga Plank with Opposite Arm/Leg Raise: 15 repetitions
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 15 repetitions
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 10 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Bicycle Kicks
  • Leg Raises: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Sit Hold (Legs Straight)

March 25th

  • :45 Second 4 Inch Leg Holds
  • Glute Bridges: 30 repetitions
  • :45 Second Forearm Side Plank
  • :45 Second Forearm Side Plank (opposite side)
  • Eccentric Push Ups: 10 repetitions
  • Stability Push Ups: 15 repetitions

March 26th: OFF!

March 27th

  • All 4s Extensions with :15 Second Holds
    • Perform an All 4s Extension and hold your opposite leg and arm for :15 seconds when fully extended
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Hold
  • :15 Second 1 Legged Bridge Hold
    • Perform a Bridge Hold, but extend your leg and hold in that position.
  • :15 Second 1 Legged Bridge Hold (opposite leg)
  • Reverse Lunge: 10 repetitions
    • From a standing position, step backwards and lunge so that both your front and rear leg create 90 degree angles. Step back up to the starting position. Repeat with the opposite leg. That is 1 rep.
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 10 repetitions

March 28th

  • Chaturanga Pushups: 10 reps
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position, lower yourself half way, keeping your elbows tucked to your sides, and press yourself back up to the starting position. That is 1 rep.
    • Modification: From knees or elevated
  • Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Balance
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Balance (opposite leg)
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold
    • Perform a Forearm plank, and extend your arm and opposite leg and hold that position.
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold (opposite side)

March 29th

  • All 4s Extensions with :15 Second Holds
  • :30 Second Glute Bridge Hold
  • :15 Second 1 Legged Bridge Hold
  • :15 Second 1 Legged Bridge Hold (opposite leg)
  • Reverse Lunge: 10 repetitions
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 10 repetitions

March 30th

  • Chaturanga Pushups: 10 repetitions
  • Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach: 15 repetitions
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance (opposite leg)
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold
  • :30 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold (opposite side)

March 31st: OFF!

April 1st:

  • :15 Second Perfect Prayer Squat Hold
    • From a standing position with feet shoulder width apart, perform a squat lowering your thighs so they’re parallel to the floor, and hold in that position for :15 seconds
  • :15 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold
  • :15 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold (opposite side)
  • :15 Second Perfect Prayer Squat Hold
  • :45 Second Banana Hold
  • :30 Second Superman Hold
  • All 4s Extensions with Elbow to Knee: 20 repetitions

April 2nd

  • 1 Minute Bicycle Kicks
  • Chaturanga Push Ups: 10 repetitions
  • All 4s Extensions with :15 Second Holds: 10 repetitions
  • Leg Raises: 20 repetitions
  • Side to Side Crunches: 20 repetitions
  • :30 Second Glute Raise Holds: 5 repetitions

April 3rd

  •  :15 Second Perfect Prayer Squat Hold
  • :15 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold
  • :15 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold (opposite side)
  • :15 Second Perfect Prayer Squat Hold
  • :45 Second Banana Hold
  • :30 Second Superman Hold
  • All 4s Extensions with Elbow to Knee: 20 repetitions

April 4th

  • 1 Minute Bicycle kicks
  • Chaturanga Push Ups: 10 repetitions
  • All 4s Extensions with :15 Second Holds: 10 repetitions
  • Leg Raises: 20 repetitions
  • Side to Side Crunches: 20 repetitions
  • :30 Second Glute Raise Holds: 5 repetitions

April 5th: OFF!

April 6th

  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 20 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
  • 1 Minute Side Plank
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position, then rotate so that you are using only one arm and the side of your foot and hold, making sure you are in a straight line from your feet to your head.
  • 1 Minute Side Plank (Opposite Side)
  • Leg Raises: 25 repetitions
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 25 repetitions
  • 1 Legged Water Bottle Pick Ups: 15 repetitions
    • Place a water bottle on the floor. Stand behind the bottle, and balance on one leg. While maintaining balance, bend over and pick up the bottle. Stand tall, then bend down to return it to the floor. That is 1 rep.
  • 1 Legged Water Bottle Pick Ups (opposite leg): 15 repetitions

April 7th 

  • Pilate Ball Crunches
    • Modification: Sliding Towel Crunches
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 15 repetitions
  • Spider Planks: 20 repetitions
    • In a forearm plank position, bring your left leg around the outside of your body so that your left knee is near your left elbow. Return to the starting position. Repeat with your right side. That is 1 rep.
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold (opposite leg)
  • Leg Raises: 25 repetitions

April 8th

  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 20 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Slideouts
  • 1 Minute Side Plank
  • 1 Minute Side Plank (Opposite Side)
  • Leg Raises: 25 repetitions
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 25 repetitions
  • 1 Legged Water Bottle Pick Ups: 15 repetitions
  • 1 Legged Water Bottle Pick Ups (opposite leg): 15 repetitions

April 9th

  • Pilate Ball Crunches: 10 repetitions
    • Begin in a Yoga Plank position. Bring a Pilate ball under your shins. Tuck your knees close to your chest while balancing on the Pilate ball. Reverse the motion to return to the starting position. That is 1 rep.
    • Modification: Sliding Towel Crunches
  • Forearm to Yoga Plank Exchanges: 15 repetitions
  • Spider Planks: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold (opposite leg)
  • Leg Raises: 25 repetitions

April 10th: OFF!

April 11th

  • :30 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold (opposite side)
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance
    • From a standing position with feet together, raise your right leg with your knee and hip flexed at 90 degrees. Hold this position for :30 seconds while making a prayer position with your hands.
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance (opposite leg)
  • 1 Minute Yoga Side Plank with Low/High Reach
    • From a Side Plank position, reach with your free hand below your down waist, then reach up to the sky. Repeat for 1 minute.
  • 1 Minute Yoga Side Plank with Low/High Reach (opposite side)

April 12th

  • :30 Second Chair Pose Hold
    • Stand with your feet hip width apart. Raise your arms above your head, and bend your knees, bringing your thighs as parallel to the floor as they can get and hold.
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • :30 Second Chair Pose Hold
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 20 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 20 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Rollouts

April 13th

  • :30 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold
  • :30 Second Yoga Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Reach Hold (opposite side)
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance
  • :30 Second 1 Legged Prayer Balance (opposite leg)
  • 1 Minute Yoga Side Plank with Low/High Reach
  • 1 Minute Yoga Side Plank with Low/High Reach (opposite side)

April 14th

  • :30 Second Chair Pose Hold
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • :30 Second Chair Pose Hold
  • 1 Minute Glute Bridge Hold
  • All 4s Extension with Opposite Elbow to Knee: 20 repetitions
  • Pilate Ball Rollouts: 20 repetitions
    • Modification: Towel Rollouts

April 15th: OFF!

 April 16th:

  • :45 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold (opposite side)
  • Spider Planks: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Chair Pose Hold
  • Reverse Lunges: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Side Plank with Low/High Reach
  • 1 Minute Side Plank with Low/High Reach (opposite side)

April 17th:

  • :45 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold
  • :45 Second Forearm Plank with Opposite Leg & Arm Hold (opposite side)
  • Spider Planks: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Chair Pose Hold
  • Reverse Lunges: 20 repetitions
  • 1 Minute Side Plank with Low/High Reach
  • 1 Minute Side Plank with Low/High Reach (opposite side)

Congratulations! You’ve completed the 40-day core challenge. Be proud of the work you’ve accomplished over this time, and the strong and stable core you’ve developed.

Now, repeat this challenge with added reps or seconds or save it for later! This handy guide can help you condition for an event, help with general core health, or give you some ideas to implement in your next core routine.

As always, cheers to a strong, healthy, and happy life.

Kindness is Not Conditional

It’s frustrating when you’re not thanked for holding a door open. It’s annoying when people snap back at something innocent you say.

It’s unsettling when people do not reciprocate kindness.

But we must remember that we never know what kind of day someone had or is having. Maybe things in someone’s life are really tough right now. Maybe someone just lost someone they love.

You never know.

So if you’re being polite and kind, and it’s met with nastiness or rudeness, this is not the time to bite back. In fact, it’s a time when you should be even kinder. Because whether or not someone is going through a hard time in their life, it doesn’t matter. We need to always be focusing on how we can make other people’s day and life better, not blaming other people for their lack of kindness.

“But it’s everyone’s responsibility to be kind, not just mine! Having a bad day doesn’t give them the right to act that way.”

While we should all be kind, polite, and well mannered, we need to take accountability and ownership of ourselves and our own actions, instead of focusing on how everyone else should act.

And if you yourself are having a bad day, try to project kindness even still, because putting a smile on someone else’s face when you’re down might just put a smile on your own face.

We all can improve ourselves and be better to one another, so let’s start from within. Kindness is contagious, so focusing on being nicer to those around us regardless of its reciprocation, will spread joy and even more acts of kindness organically. Leading to a happier, more united life within ourselves and all who surround us.

Why You Need to Fail

I’m going to try as hard as I can to not articulate this point like every other cliche article, video, speech about why you need to fail. But if you feel like you already know what’s coming and don’t want to hear my take, feel free to move on.

Whether it’s in the gym or it’s in life, failing is essential to growth. Why?

Because we must be constantly reminded that progress is not linear. That we can’t always succeed and succeed and succeed, and that our goals can always be achieved effortlessly.

In the gym, failing a rep or failing at a PR attempt is a great thing. Because that’s exactly the moment when you grow the strongest. Until you fail at a rep, you never truly know what your threshold is. You may be getting stronger rep by rep, day by day, but you never truly know how much you can go before you can’t go any more. Your mind is never met with true adversity in the gym. While you may struggle at reps, really failing a rep, I mean failing hard, not even able to budge the weight, gives your body and your mind a threshold and challenge.

You’ve suddenly realized there’s something you can’t do.

And you learn from that. You change up your programming, you change up your diet, you change your mindset, you change your behaviors, then get after it to attack the weight the next time to lift that barbell off the ground.

This is important in the gym and in life to fail because not only do we find motivation in that, but it reminds us that success and growth isn’t easy. And it shouldn’t be. If we continue to have everything given to us without the need of hard work, dedication, and intention then we’d go through life living with a dull flame, and excitement, achievement, and self-pride would hardly exist.

We must also keep in mind that rewards from success are not always monetary. Doing a good job at work or hitting a PR in the gym brings increased self-confidence, pride, and allows you to learn the steps that it takes to succeed so that you can apply it to the next goal you have set.

So train to fail. Embrace failure as something to learn from. You will never know your true potential until you reach your maximum threshold. From there, you will be able to recognize just how much it will take to achieve the goals that are important to you, and you’ll be informed and educated from the failures you’ve had to help you succeed in the future. All to help you become the strongest, healthiest, and happiest you can be.