Summer is in full swing and Vacation Season is HERE!! This does NOT mean, all your Healthy Lifestyle accomplishments go flying out the window! :-D Vacation IS a time for Relaxation, Fun and Exploration!!STAY Active --- CONTINUE making Healthy food choices
Think of your spine, like a credit card. If you bend it back and forth enough times it will snap. Ouch. That is why 8 out of 10 people suffer low back pain. Ask me today, how to better take care of your spine. EMAIL : email@example.com
The best way to get results with a client is to create a completely transparent nonjudgemental relationship. One way to do this is to have a dounut or two every few months to communicate your humanity, empathy, and not so out of touch grasp on reality. We all live with what I call real life obstacles but they are all things that we can overcome if we are gut wrenchingly honest with ourselves about what we want and are capable of. Just look at Demi Moore in G.I Jane. One-arm push-ups = very nice, passing all the other tests despite being ganged up on by all the men =&
Americans spend billions of dollars each year on bulk herbs and herbal products, but this does not mean they are always harmless. Although many come from natural sources, "natural" does not always mean "safe."
“I’m going to lose some weight and then start working out” I cringe every time I hear some obese and unhealthy person spit these words out to me when I sincerely try to offer them some help and some sound education and advice.
What does pain mean during a workout? Sometimes pain is a sign to pull back. Sometimes pain means you need to make adjustments in your posture, amount of weight you're lifting, form, technique, alignment, or timing. Sometimes a little pain leads to great improvements... And I love the saying that sometimes pain is just weakness leaving your body! So know your body, know your pain threshold and know when the "No Pain, No Gain" saying is acceptable and when it is not.
It is important when you are focusing on becoming a healthy balanced person to focus on working out and the types of food you are eating. The types of food and the amounts you eat are in direct correlation on how well your body performs before, during and after a workout.