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!
There are certain parts of our body that bear more physical stress than others. The knees, for example, are often mistreated from the wear and tear of daily activities.
Since the knees are joints that bear an enormous amount of pressure from body weight, they are particularly vulnerable to issues later in life and along . . . → Read More: The know-how for healthy knees
Inevitably, there will be days where it will be difficult to get through a workout, or power through the rest of a hard workout. What happens when you start to lose your motivation? How can you continue when your struggling?
Well, one study suggests talking yourself through it!
New research has shown that talking to . . . → Read More: Motivation Technique: Talk to yourself
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
It’s hard to believe all of the ways that excess weight can be truly detrimental to your health. Diabetes, forms of cancer, pressure on joints and the spine, heart attack, and now adding to the list- aging!
A recent article from FITDAY.com describes how excess weight can age you, and puts into focus the importance . . . → Read More: Want to feel younger? Keep your weight gain in check!