In our diet-obsessed, food-abundant culture, eating is often guilt-inducing. Additionally, we receive general of “follow a healthy lifestyle.” And you know, this means exercise, and watch what you eat. However, this suggestion isn’t terribly helpful, if you’ve been unsuccessful at doing that for years.
How much do you think about stability, coordination, and agility fitness?
Notably, most people don’t think about stability (or balance) until they fall, or injure themselves. Significantly, balance training is important for everyone, at every age, from athletes to casual exercisers.
Most people experience knee pain at some point in their lives. Even among otherwise healthy and active folks, knee complaints abound. So, if you’ve been complaining about your knees, you’re not alone.
The plank does one of the best jobs of strengthening your abdominals safely. Specifically, it results in true evidence of core strength. As an explanation, a plank is an isometric exercise that employs your abdominal, lower back, hip, and arm muscles.
Is your life in a rut? Are you just treading water? Are you floundering about? Is your current direction a dead end?
Consider this: Treading water is a personal-safety survival technique that is taught in most swim classes. Successful treading water is done using as little energy as possible. The point of treading water is to stay afloat
You’ve probably heard, or read about, how beneficial meditation can be for your health and your peace of mind. Not to mention, your sense of well-being. As a result, you’re convinced. In fact, you’re ready to (gulp) try it yourself.
Is this you? “I’m so sorry I’m late…”
You’re late. For everything. All the time. Frustrating, isn’t it?
Additionally, you know being on time would keep you on good terms with your (colleagues, clients. family, friends).
Good posture makes us look taller, although, we often lose stature as we get older. On the other hand, poor posture often results from a weak core. A point often overlooked, weak core muscles contribute to slouching. More importantly, strong core muscles...
Core strength is a popular fitness, buzz term, but what’s the big deal all about? To begin with, there’s more to core training than striving for a flat tummy or a six-pack.” In fact, you might thing core training is all about lying on a yoga mat, doing interminable “crunches.”
It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress. But you have more control than you think. In fact, when you manage stress, you take charge: of your thoughts, your feelings, and how you deal with problems.
Everyone learns about the five senses: sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. Equally important is proprioception, sometimes called the sixth sense. Significantly, proprioception is how people control their body parts without looking at them.
Just as too much sitting has been shown to be unhealthy for our bodies, too much routine is bad for our brains. In fact, routines that require little brain energy, provide little stimulation.