Working out. Those are either dreaded words or they are the words you live by. What is it about working out that drives people? I strive to be a workout junkie and to motivate others to start working out. This can be challenging because I think in some ways society has created working out to be equal to losing weight. So when you become unmotivated or slack off on eating healthy then the active part of your life falls away also.
I still need people for the 5k to be held on 13 JUL 2013 in Monroe,NC. Entry fee is $10/ runner and proceeds will be donated to a representative from the WTU at Ft Bragg. Please, take a bit of time from your busy schedule to give back to those who have made it possible for you to live by your own schedule. This is something that can benefit the program that helps our Wounded Warriors on the road to recovery. Thank you, in advance, for your support.
Where might you find your second brain? Go no further than your gut. According to Dr. Campbell-McBride’s book, “Gut and Psychology Syndrome,” a healthy digestive system can reverse autism, depression, ADHD, schizophrenia and a host of other issues. Dr.
For those of you still waiting for the right time to start an exercise program, what are you waiting for? Are you waiting until Monday so you can start the week off right? Or maybe you're busy at work, so your waiting until things calm down. Or maybe you're waiting until the beginning of the month so you can start fresh. Or maybe you're waiting for the kids to get out of school. How has that been working for you so far? How long have you been waiting for the right time? How much weight and inches have you lost? How much better do you feel?
NPI staff will be arriving over the next week to Waikiki Beach Hawaii to film new posture/resistance training videos and also to conduct NPI’s Posture & Resistance Training CEC workshop 24 Hour Fitnessports Club in Hawaii. Learn more: http://www.npionline.org/workshops/24
It is important to cool down after a moderate- to high-intensity exercise session. This prevents sudden pooling of blood in the muscles as well as sudden drops in blood pressure that can lead to dizziness and falls. During the last 5-10 minutes of your workout, gradually decrease your exercise intensity and gently approach your resting heart rate before coming to a complete stop.