Blogs about Mind-Body Fitness

Friday, October 18, 2019 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
If you want to be happy, it’s super important to take care of yourself in order to feel good. It is helpful to be able to know how to keep your hair as well as your body clean to make an excellent first impression to someone that you meet.
Friday, June 14, 2019 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
The old saying that "bigger is better" is not always a true statement.
Monday, March 11, 2019 • Los Angeles, CA 90001
Get Fit With Alesia
Declining mental health is a common consequence of ageing. However, cognitive impairment is not an inevitable consequence of ageing. You can always try to maintain your brain health. It’s okay to have occasional senior moments.
Thursday, February 21, 2019 • Washington, DC 20009
Calvin Roberts's Blog
Living a healthy lifestyle is more than working out at the gym or at home. Staying active does not mean working out in all cases. We have to take into cosideration our mental health as well. As working out our body does keep us active and physically fit, our mind has to stay active and fit as well. Staying mentally active can incorporate helping others in need, volunteering our time, reading a few chapters of our favorite book, speaking kind words about ourselves or others even meditating is a way to keep our minds active and help maintain and engage our mental health more ecplicitly.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 • Glendale, WI 53212
Balance Fitness - Whitefish Bay's Blog
Balance fitness’s hierarchy of needsFollow our hierarchy of needs to make bold steps toward the health and performance you want in your life and to grow your capacity to have an impact on others in your life:
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 • albany, NY 12204
Jeff Miller's Blog
I've been a fitness pro for over 20 years, and for most of that time I've been helping people find ways to move their bodies without chaining them to gym machines.  In my opinion, machines can be harmful in the long run, because they don't allow motion in all three dimensions, and they don't require the body to recruit all of the muscles you would normally use to balance yourself in space.