Many of us experience back pain from time to time due to tight back muscles. Stretching can help to alleviate or even prevent this tightness. Lie down on your back; pull both knees to your chest; relax and hold for 15-30 seconds; release; and repeat at least twice. Doing this exercise each day can often reduce the risk for future pain.However, if you already have diagnosed medical problems with your back, consult your doctor or physical therapist before doing any new back exercises.
This has become my rally for the past several summers...as the temps start to rise, the need for people to drink more also rises. But many people also resort to drinking more than their bodies need just to help keep hunger at bay--true hunger cannot be squashed by drinking more water. Hunger is your body's cue telling you that it needs fuel--food. Thirst is your body's cue of telling it needs water--fluids.
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I love that, "I go to the gym"What does that mean?Do you go to the gym and talk with your friends? Do you go to the gym and walk on a treadmil?Do you go to the gym and not have any idea what to do?Do you spend more time getting to the gym than exercising at the gym?Do you go to the gym and get bored?Do you go to the gym and sit on the weight bench? This is why so many people are surprised when they do our bootcamp or personal training.
Physiologic evaluations based on actual oxygen consumed and carbon dioxide produced for: • Resting Metabolic Rate – a measurement of calories used to maintain basic life functions such as circulatory, respiratory and brain function.