• Practicing Mindful Meditation

    Stress is the body’s response to any change that requires adjustment or response. Stress can be physical, mental, and emotional. Certain amounts of stress can be positive however stress becomes negative when the person faces continuous challenges without rest. Without rest, stress related tension starts to build and manifest as a negative force. Negative stress […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 154 Views
  • 5 Weight Loss Workouts You Can Do At Home (with instructions)

    You don’t need fancy equipment in order to get in shape and drop serious body fat. In fact, most of your weight loss workouts can be done at home without any equipment at all. Forget about benches, smith machines, cross trainers and running machines. Today I am going to share with you 5 weight loss […]
  • 5 Signs That You Are Going Through A Growth Spurt

    I always used to be relatively tall as a kid, but around 15 I topped off at around 5’9″ and basically stayed there for years. Surprisingly, however, I seem to have had something of a second wind in my early twenties, and recently grew a little over an inch, which was strange after being the […]
  • 6 Tips for Running 100 Miles

    If you haven’t seen The North Face’s new video titled “Curiosity” about ultramarathon runners racing around Mount Blanc in the European Alps, you should probably get on that. Once you have seen it, however, you may be gripped with the urge to burst out your door and attempt to run 100 miles. Humans are a […]
  • Avoid These 7 Fitness Mistakes For Better Results In The Gym

    If your looking to improve your fitness, or are a frequent gym goer, it’s very important that you have the right ideas in mind for the best results. So many people hit the gym or start a new fitness program with faulty advice. And it’s either learnt from other gym goers, or popular magazines that contain mostly […]
  • 7 Simple Strategies for a Healthy Heart

    According to American health records, there was no report of heart attacks per 100, 000 people in the USA back in 1890. However, by 1970 records of heart attacks had risen to 340 per 100,000 people. Today, people have a 50% chance of dying from a heart or artery disease. Obviously, something in our lifestyle, […]
  • Carve Out Your Core With This 10-Minute Home Workout

    Finding an hour a day three or four times a week for exercise can be hard due to the constraints on our time. However, there is ALWAYS time available to exercise. It’s really just a question of how important it is to you. For the most part, schedules can be reworked to create adequate time for exercise. The […]
  • Simple Exercises and Easy Recipes That Keep Your Heart Healthy

    Heart attacks are just not age restricted anymore. Nowadays, young adult at 30 are having heart attacks. Stress, sedentary lifestyle and total dependence on fast foods take the blame! Well you can always stop these factors from affecting your heart health, by just listening to your body. Your body needs exercise, your mind wants complete […]
    • by Surela Mukherjee
    • 3 Years ago
    • 252 Views
  • Step Up your Workout With Interval Training

    For Hypothyroid patients trying to lose weight, eventually you are going to discover one of the most important issues of all — the absolute need for exercise. For most people with a thyroid condition they are more likely to have a slowed metabolism, a higher susceptbility to simple carbohydrates (like sugar, white flour, and white […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 150 Views
  • 8 Easy Tricks To Combat Cravings On A Diet

    You decide you want to lose weight. You buy new trainers, water bottles and join a gym. You throw out all the junk food in your house and start a new dietary regimen of clean eating. You keep up your new lifestyle for three weeks. You feel much better, look much better and the weight […]
  • Tabata Training: A 4 Minute Workout?

    How can working out for 4 minutes actually provide some fitness, weight loss and health benefits? Read on to find out! High Intensity Interval Training High intensity interval training or H.I.I.T is a big thing in fitness right now. Truthfully it has always been a part of a competitive athletes training regemin but it has […]
  • How Long Does It Take to Get In Shape?

    Starting on the road to fitness can be a daunting task. When both the scale and the mirror are telling you things you don’t want to hear, it is easy to get overwhelmed and even consider giving up. What makes things especially difficult is switching on the TV and hearing about miracle fitness programs that […]
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