Month: January 2017

Protect Your Back With This Daily Routine

Protect Your Back With This Daily Routine

January 21, 2017

When we doing exercise, we just want to keep getting stronger, packing on more muscle, and progressing toward our goals in and out of the gym. But let’s be real: Most of us are dealing with the same chronic daily sedentary positions as the rest of the Western population, and as much as we might […]

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10 Snow Storm Foods That Are Way Better Than Bread and Milk

January 18, 2017

Most people have come across the drill: as soon as snow is headed your way, a nonsensical frenzy for sliced bread and milk wipes the supermarket shelves clean. In fact,  these foods aren’t ideal for bad weather. Milk will spoil quickly if the power goes out and processed bread won’t keep you full for long. […]

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3 Ways Whey Protein Can Help You Lose Weight!

3 Ways Why Protein Can Help You Lose Weight!

January 16, 2017

Protein should be your top protein choice when you’re trying to build muscle, also it should actually be your top choice when looking to lose weight. But, why? In fact,  protein has been shown to positively impact the hunger hormones in your gut, the appetite control center in your brain, and to have a helpful […]

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5 key strategies to stick to your New Year's resolutions

5 key strategies to stick to your New Year’s resolutions

January 14, 2017

When New Year comes, many guys make New Year’s resolutions, stick to them for a month, don’t see results, and quit. It’s the phenomenon behind the “January rush”—and the reason that most gyms are back to their usual crowd by mid-March. You can be the one that different from those average dudes who abandons a […]

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5 Trauma-Sensitive Tips for Speaking to Your Yoga Students

5 Trauma-Sensitive Tips for Speaking to Your Yoga Students

January 11, 2017

“Trauma survivors are often attentive as it is hard to express.” As teachers, we never know what may trigger someone. But being more aware that there is likely someone in the room who has experienced trauma and implementing some strategies that may help them feel more at ease could help encourage them to continue coming […]

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Exercising The Rotator Cuff

January 6, 2017

For most people,  when they are serving and smashing in tennis, freestyle or butterfly swimming, javelin throwing, or bowling in cricket, you will have chronic shoulder pain, which is a common consequence of repetitive overhead activity. The shoulder joint is a truly remarkable creation, which is quite a complex formation of bones, muscles and tendons […]

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A New Year’s Meditation for Each Dosha

A New Year’s Meditation for Each Dosha

January 4, 2017

It is a fresh start for meditation in the new year, and it can help, no matter what your dosha is, says Larissa Hall Carlson, former dean of Kripalu’s School of Ayurveda and co-leader of Yoga Journal’s new course, Ayurveda 101. “Meditation is important for all the doshas, all year long, but it’s especially important this […]

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Quick Lower Ab Exercises for a Stronger Core

Quick Lower Ab Exercises for a Stronger Core

January 3, 2017

Many people don’t mind abs’ firing up during almost every workout as a strong midsection leads to proper body alignment, better balance and it can help alleviate lower back pain. There’s just one catch when we target the bottom half of your trunk more specially. Those “lower abs” people often refer to are known as the rectus […]

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