HOLY COW! These SCARY HALLOWEEN CANDY STATISTICS from LabDoor were an eye opener for me!

I mean, let’s be real. We all know all that Trick-or-Treating (and the loot-er-candy it begets, which in turn begets eating  said candy) can’t be healthy for you! Unless, of course, you count the fun had by all those little kids, dressing up and parading around the neighborhood getting FREE CANDY. That’s gotta be a positive influence on kids’ mental health….Right? Can we count that?

In terms of mental health, yes, I suppose we could count that as healthy. But in terms of what your kids are putting into their bodies? Uh – NO.

Here are the main takeaways, people:

•  86% of Americans buy candy during the Halloween season.
•  $4Billion is spent on candy.
• Eating one 47.9g pack of M&M’s is the sugar equivalent of 3 Krispy Kreme doughnuts!

Read on and check out the info graphic below, then visit the folks at LabDoor for more info here: https://labdoor.com/article/trick-and-treat-fun-scary-facts-about-the-halloween-industry 

Halloween Scary Candy Stats

Continuing in my Fit for Sex™ series, I’d like to talk to you about SQUATS.

Before you run away professing a knowledge of how AWFUL squats are, hang tight. They’re not, and you’ll be able to do these easily. Piece of cake!

As with any of these exercises, consult your physician before engaging in any physical activity. Never do anything beyond your capabilities.


Squats are an incredible exercise for strengthening and defining the gluteal muscles and hamstrings. But another great thing about squats is their ability to create blood flow in the pelvic region, which facilitates arousal during sex.

In this video I will show you the proper way to do squats. The beauty is, you can do these anywhere! Whether you do squats at home, at the park, in your office or whereever, the important thing is that you DO THEM.

They’ll not only create a nice little tush for you, they’ll help you exercise your way into a better sex life!


Now get to it!

If you cannot see the video box above, please click the link here: http://youtu.be/FIqcX4Jsu1E


REMEMBER, I’m not an exercise kinesiologist or scientist who’s studied how the body reacts during sex, as a result of doing these exercises. I’m just offering examples of these exercises, showing you how to do them correctly, based on research I’ve done on my own (because we all know I’m a big fan of people doing their own research and being their own best wellness advocates).

DO AT YOUR OWN RISK: This post is for informational purposes only. Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical and physical condition, or that of your clients, and to independently determine whether to perform, use or adapt any of the information or content in this video. Any exercise program may result in injury. By voluntarily undertaking any exercise displayed on this website, you assume the risk of any resulting injury. Read full disclaimer here.