What a person typically looks for from a personal trainer when they seek one out is typically different from what they look for from a yoga teacher. Just so the usual image of that a trainer looks and acts like tends to be different. Less so today, when there is so much overlap, with trainers starting to teach yoga, and yoga teachers offering individualized services that are more westernized than they used to be.
I work with a lot of runners and we debate this topic a lot. Some people who run as their primary mode of exercise feel that if they go for a long walk, it isn't really exercise, some feel it is. And I respond to both groups, walking is better than nothing!
If your walk raises your heart rate higher than your normal resting heart rate, than it is considered exercise.
If you are taking a walk at a nice slow pace with the intention of just getting up to move around for a few minutes, that is considered a easy form of exercise.
Discomfort from too much sitting? Inactive glutes? Buttock and leg pain? Though small in size, the piriformis could have a big impact on keeping the human movement system moving smoothly. Addressing an overactive piriformis may be part of the solution.
Cinnamon is best known as a spice, sprinkled on toast and lattes. But, extracts from the bark of the cinnamon tree have also been used traditionally as medicine throughout the world. Lab studies have found that cinnamon may reduce inflammation, have antioxidant effects, and fight bacteria.
As your trainer, I want you to know how much I care and want you to succeed. Your attitude determines you altitude. I have faith that when you put your mind to something good and right, God honors it and blesses you with fantastic, amazing results. After all caring for ourselves by eating right and being mindful of our bodies is important.
Leading a healthy and active lifestyle through regular exercise unlocks a number of advantages for individuals of all ages. In fact, regular exercise has been proven to be something of a miracle cure reducing the risks of heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancer by 50%. However, without the correct equipment and technique, the darker side of an intense exercise regime may be experienced.
Whilst a circumcision using the Plastibell technique is painless and performed under local anaesthetic, the steps that parents take in the days, weeks and months after the procedure can make all the difference to their child’s recovery. Here we offer a selection of tips for parents helping their child on the road to recovery following a Plastibell procedure or other circumcision method.Be realistic about healing time
Losing weight is not as easy as we would like it to be. The one thing that tends to lead to failure to achieve the goals that we set ourselves is the lack of consistency. We appear to be able to follow a diet plan for a period, be it three weeks or three months, but always seem to find ourselves back to square one or beyond in a short period of time. This is however not that surprising when you realise that as humans we are cyclical in nature. We follow good intentions cyclically. This is ultimately because life is chaotic, and bringing order to that chaos requ
The newspapers are filled with reports about the serious long-term effects caused by the excessive use of painkillers, but we have still become a generation of masking pain rather than getting down to the root of the problem. A recent survey showed that around 33% of people used painkillers every single day, even at the slightest hint of pain, so why are we taking this route instead of seeking treatment for the underlying cause?
Whilst completing male circumcision is known for its religious links, there are many more reasons why individuals of all ages may need to access this procedure. There are in fact a number of conditions that benefit from circumcision, and both private and public services provide the procedure for medical purposes. Here we discuss with thanks to Dr Malik at London circumcision the medical reasons behind circumcision so you can decide whether it is the right course of action for you or your child…