The benefit of yoga goes beyond injury prevention and stress reduction. Only 20 minutes of yoga session can make your brain work better. Yes, you heard it right, according to the research conducted by the University of Illinois, short bouts of yoga may help you make your brain work better besides combating work stress and giving your muscles a good stretch between your strength training. Perhaps this is one of the most awesome aspects of yoga that its holistic practice focuses in wellness and not only on physical achievements.
So you’ve gotten past the hardest hurdle. You’ve convinced yourself you want a toned body and a flat tummy and you’ll do all that you can to get there! So, you headed out to your gym and signed up for a membership while pretending not to be intimidated by all the grunting coming from the guys lifting weights. You’ve headed out to the store and bought matching work-out clothes and had the sales guy talk you into buying the highest performance runners, because, well you’re not joking around. You’re REALLY biting the bullet and doing all that it takes to get into shape, plus – who say’s athleisure isn’t a trend?? You’ve purchased a reusable water bottle and compiled all your belongings into your gym bag with pride – you really look the part. Now it’s game time.
Where’s the Phone. So you’re at the gym working out and all of a sudden you hear a cell phone go off somewhere in the distance. Not sure where that noise is coming from as it is kind of muffled and you notice the guy 3 stations down all of sudden putting his hand […]
I decided to start exercising, I was nearly 300 pounds. I wore a size 26 in womens and hadn’t seen my toes in who knows how long. But, I am here to tell you that it can be done. I am now a comfortable 170 pounds and have some knowledge that I wish someone had shared with me when I started. These pointers are valid for people who are 30 pounds overweight as well as 200 pounds overweight. The basics are the same.