Sarah Jenkins of The Original Method: A Real, Honest Approach to Fitness and Nutrition.

“Your fitness journey should be something that enhances YOUR life and gets you to YOUR goals, not someone else’s.”   Words from the wise. AKA, Sarah Jenkins, owner of the newest boutique training studio in Pendleton, The Original Method.   Sarah was born and raised in Colorado (I had a huge “ah hah” moment when […]

Secrets from the World’s Longest Living Humans

It’s true: Americans can be a bit …American-centric. We look to LA and New York for the latest, coolest health trends. We follow coastal bloggers and influencers who push out the most recent diet, cleanse, and 4-minute-rock hard abs workout that will finally be the one that works. But studies show that the most effective […]

Meditation for the Holiday Season

Dude, let’s be real, the holidays can be stressful. No matter how amazing the family, how delicious the food, or how beautiful the decorations, it can be a lot. The hustle, the bustle, the, albeit well-intentioned, benchmark questions—do you have a boyfriend, when the wedding come, will there be a baby next Christmas? Aunt Gale, […]

2018 Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday Health and Wellness Deals in Cincy

Black Friday is a few days away, followed by Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. The shopping addict in me is giddy with anticipation. Here’s a round-up of all the great deals to be had in local health and wellness in Cincinnati, to gift loved ones or even better, yourself!       Outfit Active’s […]

Beyond the Hype: Is Apple Cider Vinegar a Miracle Cure-All?

If you’re A) alive, and B) have access to the internet, you’ve probably noticed an increased fascination with apple cider vinegar that stretches far beyond the dressing on your salad. Some swear that it has improved their hair, skin, and nails while others can’t go without a daily “ACV shot” to smooth out their digestion. […]

Sneaky Hard Yoga in Obscure Places: Trisha Durham, RYT 500

Every now and then, there are people that I meet in this city and think “boy, I’m sure glad they live here”. Trisha Durham is certainly one of them. She’s a Ballerina. A clinical nutritionist. A bartender. A scuba diving instructor. A yoga student. Has her masters in international affairs, and women’s gender and sexuality. But […]

Local Winter Eats That Are Just As Nutritious As They Are Comforting

Daylight savings time hit. That means, days are getting shorter, nights are getting longer, and heating bills are getting higher.   What is it about cooler temps that have me wanting all the carbs? It’s like the air hits 50 degrees and I go sprinting to the pastry counter to order up all the croissants. […]

5 Reasons (Evidence-Based) to Bundle Up and Go for a Fall or Winter Walk

A few days ago we were on a local podcast called, What the Fit. We talked about a number of topics. You should listen when it airs (we’ll let you know the date). One of the topics we discussed was Seasonal Depression and to quote John Snow the fact that, “winter is coming.” Winter in […]