3 Health Tips for Super Bowl Sunday

[vc_column css=".vc_custom_1501766461133{padding-right: 0px !important;padding-left: 0px !important;}"][vc_column_text el_id="text-content"]Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner, and you know what that means … Chicken wings! Pizza! Burgers! Beer! Oh, and football, of course.

We’re not here to tell you to avoid all of the delicious options at your best friend’s Super Bowl party, but we will provide you with a few tips and tricks (and a quick workout) to make Super Bowl 50 your healthiest and most enjoyable Super Bowl Sunday yet![vc_single_image image="5360" img_size="full" alignment="center"][vc_column_text]1.      Healthy Substitutes

Let’s be real – we don’t expect you to resist all the food temptations, especially those amazing chip dips. So, substitute plain Greek yogurt for sour cream in the recipes for a protein boost, or cut up some fresh veggies to dip to save some calories! Try this protein-rich Kale & Parmesan Greek Yogurt Dip.

2.      Pump It Up at Halftime

Halftime in a regular-season NFLgame is just 12 minutes, but throw in performances by Coldplay and Queen Bey, must-see commercials, and a dose of game analysis, and you’re looking at a 30-minute break. So, what better to do than a quick, at-home workout? We’ve got you covered.

  • Plank, 60 seconds

  • 20 Squats

  • 10 Push-ups

  • 10 Lunges (per leg)

  • 10 Tricep dips

  • Side Planks, 30 seconds each side

Repeat 3x

3.      Enjoy Yourself

An annual event that gathers friends, family and sports fans is supposed to be fun. Try the taco dip.Have a loaded potato skin. Snag a couple of chicken wings. Allow yourself to enjoy these treats in moderation. Remember, it’s all about balance.

Happy Super Bowl 50, everyone! Enjoy the game.
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