NYC – Spiced Nuts and Seed Mix

This nighttime optional snack makes a great creative dessert or finger food for a dinner party. You could even make batches with added gingerbread spice during the holidays to wrap up in a cute bow and add as a healthy treat to a gift! ...

NYC – Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Pop

These delicious pops are so refreshing and light! They’re a great afternoon snack after a long day at work to boost up your energy! I recommend making a big batch ahead of time and keeping theme in the freezer to always have on hand to satisfy a sweet tooth in a healthy way. They can last for about three weeks! ...

NYC – BBQ Mango Tilapia

This dish takes a little bit more time to make, since it has to marinate, but it is definitely worth it! BBQ, mango, and white fish create such a unique taste, you’ll want to make it for everyone! ...

NYC – Veggie Scramble

Yes, you can have a delicious breakfast sandwich and still be healthy! This scramble over toast is a wholesome recipe for a filling and delicious open-faced sandwich. Not to mention it is quick and easy to make! ...

NYC – Active Warm-Up

8-10 min cardio of your choice – enough to get your heart rate up and if possible, break a sweat! My recommended choices are brisk walking, jogging, biking, elliptical or if you don’t have the access to a machine or going outside I always like jumping jacks and/or running in place. ...

NYC – Ultimate Cardio Abs Fat Blast Full Workout

Get ready for this feisty, fat-burning abdominal workout that combines plyometric, cardio, and strength-building exercises to get your maximum burn, melt fat and sculpt and tighten your body to a whole new level! Ladies, I have to tell you, great abs are like a fussy child – for them to show up and sculpt up, it’s the right combination of diet AND workouts that do not solely consist of crunches. To really show off the abs you have to mix high-intensity cardio intervals to burn off that ‘spare tire’ layer that is insulating those abs. I like to get maximum bang for my exercise buck by alternating cardio interval with a body weight strength exercise. ...

NYC – Cardio Explosion Circuit

This cardio workout breaks exercises is a very specified circuit. All my circuits have elements of strength and cardio movements, but this one is more focused on cardio and will keep your body being shocked and worked to results... ...

NYC – Bye Bye Bat Wings Full Workout

There is no question Batwoman is hot! Bat Wings on the other hand, not so much. Throw yourself into this workout and lets firm up, tone and sculpt those arms! By alternating the strength and cardio components like in this program, not only can you move more quickly, but it also allows you to burn more calories per minute than doing either of these routines separately. For example, rather than resting between sets of side push ups, you continue working out and getting your cardio component in while allowing your arms to recover. Body shocking and efficiency at its best! ...

NYC – Deep Tissue Abs and Arms Workout!

This workout is all about targeting your upper body while working your abs. I wanted to come up with a workout that didn’t have too many moves but was just as effective. These moves force you to engage the muscles in your arms. The tension plank is an isometric move (meaning your muscle length does not change during contraction) and is perfect for really sculpting those hard-to-target muscles of your arms and belly. ...

NYC – Cardio Tone and Sculpt

This workout is NO joke, if you work it, it will work YOU. Do it with everything you have, make the time count. If you need to modify or take a break, by all means please do. The key is to come back to it. Remember, great results don't come from easy, that's what makes them so great. If it were easy, we'd all do it and it wouldn't be so saught after to be fit right? ...

NYC – All About the Thighs Workout

It's all about the thighs, 'bout the thighs.... (singing this to the tune of 'all about that bass'....;-) Ok crew, this workout is specifically designed to trim, tone and tighten those thighs. No gym or equipment needed - just YOU and your desire to love your legs ;) ...

NYC – High Calorie Burning Workout – Full

What you need: Just a step, chair or bench Some good music The Workout; Complete 3 Rounds of the following (or 4 if you are superman/woman) 10 Burpees 15 Step-Ups (Each Leg) 20 Barrier Hops 30 Oblique Mountain Climbers 40 Plie Squat-Ups ...

NYC – Cardio EXPLOSION Workout!

This cardio workout breaks down exercises into a very specified circuit. All my circuits have elements of strength and cardio movements, but this one is more focused on cardio and will work your body to results! ...

NYC – Fat Incinerator Workout

Get Ready, this workout is going to make you breathless, its goig to make you sweat. It is proof you don't need ANYTHING but your body and 15 minutes to get a serious workout and whip yourself into shape no matter where your life takes you. ...

NYC – 6 Minute Upper Body ARMS Workout – Full

Use this upper body workout with any of my HIIT cardio videos, or add it onto the end of a lower body workout to make it a full body routine. If you want to make it a full upper body day, you can do this routine 2-3 times through to really burn out those upper body muscles. ...

NYC – Long Easy Cardio

I recommend 45-65 minutes of your choice of cardio. You can also mix it up, for example 30minutes of biking + 30 minutes of running or elliptical. Your intensity should be around 70% of your maximum effort, it should not be easy-peasy ,you should sweat, but it should be controlled enough that you can maintain it for 60 minutes. So if you are a runner, run at your normal pace for 60, a walker, walk briskly for 60. You get the idea. It is important to put in one longer endurance cardio day per week. ...

NYC – Crazy Intense Quick Workout

Do each of these 6 moves for 1 minute without stopping between exercises. After you've completed one round, rest for 60 seconds, then go again. Perform the circuit three times (20 minutes & done!). ...

NYC – “Get Heated, Get Pumped” 7 Minute Cardio Warm-Up

The goal with a quality warm up is to get your heart rate up, to break a sweat, and to literally get warm! Often the toughest part of a workout is simply getting started – so rather than thinking about it too much, just follow me through this awesome cardio warm-up! What you need:  Just a stopwatch or Interval Timer (I use and recommend the Gymboss!) What you do: 7 minutes total time 30 seconds each exercise  Exercises: Wide Legs Roll Ups Standing Cat and Cow (4 corners, switch directions) Side Reach Elbow to Knee Reaches Front Kicks Jane Fonda-Style Same thing ^ but elbow to opposite knee Side Kicks – Left (then pulse kicks) Plie Squat Pulses (tuck tailbone in, chest up) Side Kick – Right (then pulse kicks) Jump Rope Downhill Skier on Moguls Squat Jumps Jack It Out You Hot? You Ready? Now let’s go!   Love, ...