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Health and Fitness
Staying fit during the holidays can be daunting, but it really doesn’t have to be. There are so many ways to get your burn in while traveling or when short on time. And you can easily manage your food without feeling deprived. This week’s blog breaks it all down for you to ensure no matter what you stay on track while still enjoying the season!
Yoga is all the rage these days and has been for quite some time - with good reason. The health benefits of yoga are numerous and it’s absolutely a workout you should add into your fitness regimen.
How much you can lose really depends on several factors: how much you have to lose, age, gender, and previous eating habits.
Toned triceps, rockin’ biceps, and those beautifully round shoulders – sexy ass arms. Everyone wants them, the kind that look amazing in tank tops or spaghetti strap dresses. So, how do we go about getting them? Well, you’d think the answer would be simple – lots of biceps curls, triceps extensions, shoulder presses? Well, yes and no.
To get definition in your core and see your abdominal muscles you have to burn the subcutaneous fat on top of the muscle and under your skin. So while yes, you need to condition the muscles as well, burning off the fat is the most important part.
In my experience, as a person who suffered from PCOS as a teenager, all of this can be controlled with lifestyle changes. The key is to be an “upstreamist”.
Traveling for work is both physically and mentally taxing. If you have a game plan you’ll be able to avoid many of the health pitfalls that come while traveling.
The development of yoga began roughly 5000 years ago and in that time it established proven norms. And in all 5 millennia never once did anyone suggest it be done in 115 degree heat… until now.