Hi Everyone. This is a great way to work your posterior chain (the back of your body). It makes your core strong and is a great part of a strength training program that helps keep your back healthy. Check back for more videos.
Hi all! I will be leaving soon to go on my vacation to my dream spot, Colorodo Springs! I have heard so much about this place and I'm very excited to finally go. We will be riding horses through the Garden of the Gods, taking the cog railway up Pikes Peek and going white water rafting.There is so much to do in this town we won't be able to do it all. If I can do all these three things, I will be happy.
The Glycemic Index (GI) ranks specifically carbohydrates from zero to one hundred. This numerical value is based on how they affect your blood sugar levels after you eat them. Eating foods that have a high glycemiic index number, such as soda, white flours, and candy, typically cause a major spike in blood sugar levels, which in turn results in crazy energy crash. A couple examples that would be good for you choices would be raw honey, brown rice syrup (this is great to bake with), fructose (fruit), agave syrup (great on oatmeal), stevia.
As we get older those little annoying aches and pains start adding up. Why oh why am I working out and taking care of myself only to feel 10 years older than I really am? And it’s little wonder too. We have jobs that have us stare at a computer all day or manual labour jobs that have us performing repetitive movements day after day…what’s a body to do? A common complaint is a stiff neck and it is often associated with what is called Upper Crossed Syndrome characterized by a rounding of the shoulders and a forward head.
I've talked about the five physical pillars of a good golf swing before: flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power. In previous weeks, I've talked about strength, balance, and flexibility, and this week I'll address endurance, and what you can do to improve yours.
Typically, we ask people, why they can't find the time to workout? Most of the time, they come up with what they believe are valid reasons not too, however, in reality it's just an excuse. I have seen and talked to so many people that will sacrifice what they thought was needed in their life and start making time to workout and the transformation is incredible! What use to be an excuse has now become non-existent.
So, why do I workout? It's part of who I am. It helps make me a better person. It keeps me healthy and looking my best.