I love to study and to learn. Recently, I have focused more and more on corrective exercises in the quest to restore ideal alignment and posture and to help people get out of chronic pain as a result of those misalignments.
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Posted by Robin Yount @ Sunday, July 27, 2014 @ 16:56pm
Many years ago, I read a book called, "Men are like Waffles and Women are like Spaghetti". Without going into too much detail, it explained how thoughts/topics in a woman's mind are linked together like noodles are interwoven on a plate of spaghetti. Men's thoughts are more compartamentalized like the squares on a waffle. I have found this to be absolutely true. I can sit down to have a conversation with my husband about a vacation and some how we end up talking about finances.
In life and in competition, we do not win at the finish line. We win as we proceed towards the finish line: by persistently taking steps towards our goals, by making daily decisions to do something healthy for ourselves rather than sleep in one hour longer, by sticking to our resolutions of eating healthy and “clean”. We win over the weeks, months and years, as we steadily progress towards our goals. We win if we are at it 24/24 and 365/365.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, look better, or feel better, when searching for a fitness regimen, we are offered a plethora of options.Today's popular fitness programs include Cross Fit, Zumba, Piloxing, bootcamps, Pilates, Booty Barre, spinning, boxing, yoga, group personal training, high intensity interval training, functional fitness, core or strength training, and much more as the fitness industry continues to innovate.
If I say the way yoga is understood and practiced today is different in a number of ways from how it was understood and practiced traditionally it is helpful to understand what I mean by traditional. After all yoga has been around for thousands of years, and it was not one thing for most of that time, and then suddenly another thing twenty years ago. The tides of historical change have run throughout human history: it is just easier to see subtle changes to the waves that are closest to us. I am not going to give a scholarly text with dates and citations.
Training to improve cardiorespiratory endurance is more than jogging at a moderate pace for extended periods of time. See how to use Stage Training to improve performance and achieve weight loss goals. Of the various components that comprise a client’s total physical fitness program, cardiorespiratory endurance is probably the most misunderstood and underrated. In order to understand how to perform cardiorespiratory training in the most effective and efficient way, clients must first understand how such training is approached.