ArchivesTag : Fitness
Is exercise always “accidentally” falling off your to-do list? When working out becomes a dreaded chore rather than an enjoyable experience, it’s easy to lose motivation and shrug it off as unimportant. Regaining momentum, especially after an extended hiatus, is never easy – but the benefits to your health far outweigh the initial challenges!Full Story
Our bodies are somewhat like machines, and similar to cars, they need ‘fuel’ (food) and regular ‘driving’ (activity) to keep from seizing up. As a car engine would suffer going full throttle ahead, so the human body needs moderate and gentle regular exercise. This can be obtained through the recommended amount of moderate exercise per week.Full Story
I can’t tell you how many times I am reluctant to exercise because of the boredom factor. Sure, walking/jogging is great and I try and do it at least 4 times a week, but for me, it really isn’t that stimulating. I am one of those women who hate to go to a gym just for the sheer thought of actually having someone judge me for the amount of time I didn’t spend on the treadmill, so therefore, I walk outside.Full Story
Magazines throughout the world promote models with small waists and then manipulate the images to show an even smaller figure. Even the covers of various yoga magazines are promoting slender women with huge smiles. Yoga has been sought after by gyms, personal trainers and health practitioners to promote a healthy body. But what we are missing is the connection between the body and the mind. Yoga offers a meditative opportunity to recognize the limitations of your body and rejoice in its power and uniqueness.Full Story
I was one of those people who constantly had an excuse as to why I didn’t exercise– until recently. After reading the book “Perfect Health” by Deepak Chopra, I found the necessary inspiration to at least get out and walk.Full Story
With all the medicines on the market, wouldn’t it be nice to find natural help for managing ADHD?
In the world that we live in– which includes work, home, kids, and relationships– a much needed break or “time-out” for ourselves may be just the ticket. The point of doing yoga is to relax, rejuvenate, refresh, and focus– things that someone with ADHD, also known as ADD, may have trouble doing.Full Story