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Monthly Archives: August 2016

6 Relaxing Yoga Poses That Can Calm Your Racing Mind

Hakini Mudra Hakini Mudra is the mudra of the brain—it is said to enhance memory and concentration. Sit any way that is comfortable for you; kneeling or cross-legged is fine. Bring hands together in front of you, fingers spread. Reach the palms of the hands

The 7 Best Types of Protein Powder

Protein powders are very popular among health conscious people. There are many types of protein powders, made from a wide variety of sources. Among the many options, it can be confusing to figure out which will provide the best results. This article lists 7 of the most popular

14 Surprising Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a kitchen staple that has several impressive health benefits. Interestingly, it also has a ton of different beauty, household and cooking uses. Apple cider vinegar uses include cleaning, washing hair, preserving food and improving skin function. It can also be used in all sorts

Go Natural Is The Right Eating Habit

It all started with my husband. When we got together 10 years ago, Mark would wrinkle his nose when he saw me eating some kind of low-fat diet food in an attempt to be healthy. “What is that?” he’d ask. His snack: plain, full-fat yogurt

5 Yoga Moves to Make Your Arms Look Jacked

You guys, it’s #FlexFriday! But don’t think that you need to pick up some dumbbells to get an arm workout in—these yoga moves from Nike master trainer Traci Copeland prove that you can challenge your muscles and sculpt some seriously strong arms with your body

Best CrossFit Workouts to Gain More Power

There’s a good chance if you read this publication regularly that you know how to build strength and size. But what about building explosive power? That’s where things get a little more technical. To build power, which is crucial for daily life activities as well

The No Excuses Workout Plan

When you “can’t commit” to working out, is it because a) you don’t have time, b) you don’t have enough equipment, or c) both? If you said yes to any of those, it’s time to rethink your routine—and, frankly, lose the excuses. Because the truth is,