Exercise. It can improve your health on all levels. We’re not just talking about being fitter and stronger. We’re talking about overall health and longevity. Regular exercise improves your heart health, brain health, muscle and bone health, diabetes, and arthritis. Beyond those, it also reduces stress, boosts moods, increases your energy, and can improve your sleep. And exercise prevents death from any cause (“all cause mortality”). Convinced yet? The benefits
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You totally want to ditch your scale, don’t you? You may have this weird kind of relationship with your “weight”. I mean, it doesn’t define you (obviously). What you weigh can matter but only to a certain extent. Let’s look at your waist circumference (well…you look at yours and I’ll look at mine). Waist Circumference (AKA “Belly Fat”) Do you remember the fruity body shape descriptions being like an “apple”
We all want a balanced body. We workout to strengthen our muscles and our heart, and we meditate to be in the present moment to strengthen our connection with our inner self. What if there was a workout designed to train your mind the same way as your body? When we workout, we want to leave our worries and frustrations behind so we can connect with our body. Meditation is
If you’re on a current health journey of trying to lose weight, build more muscle, get stronger, be more positive, and eat more healthier foods, you know the process can sometimes be overwhelming. If you’re like most people, you want these things to happen quickly so you see results fast. Sound familiar? The all-or-nothing approach is a self-defeating mindset that will set you up for failure. It’s a belief to
September is just around in the corner. In fact, it’s back to school for many, returning to work, or simply going back to a regular routine where there is no time to take care of yourself anymore. For many, the transition from a restful summer to a busy life of commuting, taking care of the family, studying, or trying to balance it all, can be quite exhausting. Instead of starting
Drive the kids to soccer, wake up at 5am to catch the train to work, prepare lunches for school, cook dinner…who has time to exercise, let alone be more active? Are you one of many struggling to find time in your already busy day to squeeze in some exercise? There is a misconception out there, that you need to go to the gym to get fit or even stay active.
When it comes to maintaining healthy habits, one of the reasons we struggle to keep up with good habits is because we often don’t see progress when working towards difficult goals. These goals can be anything from trying to reach a target weight to cutting out sugar. We know that being active every day, decreasing stress, getting more sleep, and eating more plant-based foods are better for us but why