5 Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating



At Wildly Fit we love our holidays, including Thanksgiving. That being said, Thanksgiving is one of the unhealthiest meals of the year. We want you to enjoy the holiday and stay healthy and informed.  The average American consumes 3000-3500 calories during Thanksgiving dinner.


This year we encourage you to be thankful for your good health and try a healthier approach to the holiday feast with these 5 tips to healthier holiday eating.


1.  Drink Water – Before loading your plate have an 8oz glass of water.  It will help you feel fuller and therefore you will load less onto your plate.  Remember you should be drinking 50% of your body weight in water per day. (Ex. 150 pound person = 75 oz per day).


2.  Don’t Save Room – Not eating earlier through the day causes you to eat way more than necessary at dinner. Be sure to eat a normal and healthy breakfast and dinner.


3.  Portion Control – Skip the seconds, leftovers are much better the next day.  When loading your plate take reasonable portions of the foods you’ve been waiting all year for.


4.  Be Active – Go for a walk after dinner. Most likely, others will join you and everyone will feel better knowing they burned a few calories and they are spending quality time with loved ones.


5.  Lighten Up – Make a dish to share that makes your recipe a bit healthier. Skip the skin, choose white over dark meat. Use Fat Free chicken broth to baste the turkey and to make gravy. Reduce sugar, butter, and oil wherever you can.



Enjoy your Thanksgiving and have a happy and healthy holiday from the team at Wildly Fit!

What is TRX? FAQ’s



We get asked lots of questions about TRX Suspension training. Here are just a few of our FAQ’s if you have a question, please feel free to leave a comment or email us at info@wildly-fit.com.

What is TRX? 


The TRX Suspension Trainer is the original, best-in-class workout system that leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises.  


Is TRX a good form of exercise for any body type?


Yes.  Thousands of people at all fitness levels now train on the TRX: From everyday people who just want to feel and look their best to some of the world’s most elite athletes. 


Is TRX safe?


Absolutely!  You’re in control of how much you want to challenge yourself on each exercise – because you can simply adjust your body position to add or decrease resistance. 


Why should I try TRX?


It really takes your fitness level in a whole new direction.  The TRX is great for specific functional fitness, stability training, and core development. 


What’s for Lunch – Quinoa And Black Bean Lunch Bowl


Coming up with healthy and tasty lunch options is not always easy. Making a Quinoa and Black Bean Salad on the weekend can get you through the first couple of days of the week. Try this Quinoa and Black Bean Lunch Bowl from The Eat Clean Diet Cookbook 2 By Tosca Reno.


1/2 cup / 120 ml quinoa

1/2 cup / 120 ml cooked black beans

1 small baby zucchini, quartered lengthwise and sliced crosswise

1/4 cup / 60 ml Zesty Hummus (see recipe on page 357) or store-bought

Juice of 1/2 lemon

3 cups / 720 ml mixed greens

1/4 / 60 ml fresh salsa

1 avocado, pitted and sliced

2 Tbsp / 30 ml chopped cilantro


1. In a small saucepan, bring 1 cup / 240 ml water to boil over high heat. Add quinoa. Cover, reduce heat and simmer until most of the water is absorbed, 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from heat, fluff, cover and let sit 5 more minutes.

2. In a small sauce pan, heat black beans and zucchini over medium-high heat. Add a splash of water and cook until water is evaporated and zucchini is slightly soft.

3. To make dressing, combine hummus and lemon juice.

4. Divide mixed greens between two bowls and add quinoa, and black bean and zucchini mixture. Pour dressing over top, and add salsa, avocado and cilantro to each bowl.

Servings: 4 x 2 cups

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Times: 10-15 minutes

Nutritional Value Per Serving:

Calories: 200

Calories from Fat: 94

Protein: 6 g

Carbs: 22 g

Total Fat: 9 g

Saturated Fat: 1 g

Trans Fat: 0 g

Fiber: 8 g

Sodium: 193 mg

Cholesterol: 0 mg