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.
The most memorable weddings are often celebrations with distinctive details: special favors, songs with meaning and a menu that tells you a little something about the couple. If you’re a Chick-fil-A fan and your big day is coming up, you can take a cue from some other couples and offer nuggets as a late-night snack. (Or you can even stop by a restaurant after the reception and say hello!)
Aerobics, roller skating, toning shoes—Americans are all about fitness fads. When yoga became popular in the U.S., many thought it, too, would be a passing trend. However, the yogis have proved their staying power, and now 36 million Americans incorporate yoga into a daily or weekly practice.
Just two weeks ago, we heard that No. 1 NBA draft pick Markelle Fultz’s pre-game ritual is a “crispy chicken sandwich for breakfast.” Then, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said he was going to spend some of his $125 million contract on… Chick-fil-A.
Jade Costen knows a lot about setting goals and staying fit. He’s one the world’s top triathletes and completed three Ironman Races last year. The Ironman is considered one of the most daunting sporting events on the planet: a 2.4-mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bicycle ride and finishing with a marathon run, which is 26.2 miles.
For everyone who counts Chick-fil-A as a part of their morning routine on the way into work, you’re in good company. In a piece written for The Players’ Tribune, No. 1 NBA draft pick Markelle Fultz revealed that he has his own special pre-game good-luck charm: “A crispy chicken sandwich for breakfast.”