It’s pretty common to be excited when you start a new exercise program. There’s hope that you’ll finally reach your goals, you’re immersed in a new regime, and because you are starting fresh, your mind is a little more engaged and curious to see what’s coming next.
But after a few months, how do you . . . → Read More: Keeping up your Exercise Excitement!
Most people will discuss body-mind connections when referring to certain forms of exercise like Yoga and Pilates.
While it is true that these two forms of exercise do wonders for the connection between movement and concentration of the muscles during a workout, Dr. Jim Gavin brings up a great point in his article on Mindful . . . → Read More: How to Make Every Exercise Mindful
I happen to be one of those girls that feels better when she looks good and is comfy while working out. I love new styles of workout gear in fun colors, different shapes and flattering on the body.
The boom in the fitness industry has really sparked the fashion industry’s eye as well. This means . . . → Read More: Fall Fitness trends are here!
One thing that I know frustrates many people is the dreaded “weight loss plateau.” We’ve all been there; you’re staying on your plan, eating right, and adding more exercise, but that little bit just won’t come off. The last five pounds are by far the trickiest, right?
Well, here is . . . → Read More: The Weight Loss Plateau: How you can jump over it
It seems that there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to how varied workouts should be between men and women.
Many women have a fear of “bulking up” or that the will not look feminine if the add strength training into their workout routine. Many women also feel that they are not strong . . . → Read More: Myths about Women and Strength Training