Morning routines — we all have one. Some of us work out before dawn and beat everyone else into the office, while others sleepily repeat, “just five more minutes,” and struggle to get out the door.
Whether it’s structured or laid-back, that morning routine is perhaps the most important part of jumpstarting the day. The same goes for breakfast -- the most important meal of the day.
It goes by many names, but high-intensity interval training – also known as HIIT– has become one of the workout world’s most popular exercise routines. In fact, a survey by the American College of Sports Medicine ranked it as the third biggest fitness trend for 2017, behind wearable technology and body-weight training.
Chick-fil-A® customers in Greensboro, N.C., Phoenix and San Antonio will be the first in the country to test out a new way to share Chick-fil-A meals and a few new side items as the restaurant chain begins testing “Family Style Meals” in three cities today through November 18. The Family Style Meals include one entrée, two sides and eight mini rolls to serve four people, with the option to add additional entrees, shareable sides and beverages. Plates, utensils and condiments are also included.
Crispy, fresh and dippable are all fitting adjectives for the Chick-fil-A Waffle Fries. So, it’s fitting that they’ve received taste test accolades nationwide. But there’s more to this classic menu item than meets the taste buds.
The Cobb Salad – it’s not only the most popular salad on Chick-fil-A’s salad menu, it is an American culinary icon. Created in the late 1930s at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant, the combination of lettuces, tomatoes, chicken breast, boiled eggs, bacon, avocado, blue cheese and chives is classically presented with the ingredients aligned in rows, ready for the diner to mix and enjoy.
Breakfast. The most important meal of the day, right? It’s also the one you’re the least likely to spend any time planning and the mostly likely to eat in the car -- or with one hand while the other hand holds a briefcase and/or a child. Despite everyone’s best efforts, it’s easy to get off track in the mornings when you’re watching the calories.