Life lessons I learn from my 2 year old and the positive Influences we can have on them We are living in an era where youth obesity seems to be steadily increasing as are the number of activities which involve staying at home and using some type of technological device. It is time we come together and help find ways to promote a healthier lifestyle to the youth of America.
I'm so pleased to have recently found this community, with all of the resources to add to my expanding business! I will say up front, sometimes it seems like I barely have time to take care of the necessities in life...so am I crazy to take on a blog as well? Maybe (probably)-but what a great way to periodically post some thoughts on the fitness industry, health matters, and the direction our kids and families are taking with thier health.
I'm always happy to have guest bloggers and have them offer some insightful tips to stay fit and healthy. We put our forces together with Kendra Thornton this time to bring you some helpful solutions to stay healthy while on vacation.
Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to do some impromptu games and activities which will bring the family closer and make fitness part of your healthy lifestyle.Here are a few simple ideas which can be done with children of any age. For older children, increase the intensity or competition. However you choose to play this summer, doing it together makes it much more enjoyable!1. Hopscotch and ArtGrab the sidewalk chalk and create fun designs with your children. Then teach them how to play Hopscotch and jump through the design together.
Thank you for all the medical trials so when the time and opportunity comes to choose self-improvement, we value the cost of associated risks and possess the wisdom and bravery to make positive changes.Every day is given physical, mental, and emotional value and meaning. Thank you for ongoing years of hard work pursuing careers while supporting a family, for the internal passion and fire to work above and beyond every day before parenting be
Yoga before mommyhood is competely different from yoga after mommyhood. No more running out th door to get to whatever class I can hit. No more staying at the studio after hours to get my practice in, regardess of time. These days, my yoga mat is often covered with stuffed animals and Dora blanket. Ashtanga yoga is my main practice, and I've always had a home practice, but it's getting harder and harder to fit everything in a day, and get more than five hours of sleep.
WOW, what a great day! Approximately 50 people gathered at Camp Max Straus eager to start a day full of health and fitness. It was so rewarding to see each person pass through the gates for the camp grounds into a 112-acre oasis. Mother nature was great to us. The weather was perfect for a “fun picnic with a purpose.” Serjik Grakasian.