Testing...one...two...three...Is this thing on? I never thought two years ago that I would be sitting here getting ready to offer advice and guidance to anyone on fitness and nutrition. It's been a little crazy around here and a bit of a whirlwind. So I guess the best place to start is with the name. After all what's in a name? For me everything.
Posted by Amy Rauch @ Wednesday, October 30, 2013 @ 15:21pm
Many of us have some dysfunction and asymetry in our backs. That usually causes us pain. Sometimes we can correct those imbalances with exercise. Here is a neat article that shows some of the common dysfunctions that you might identify with. http://www.wellandgoodnyc.com/2013/10/27/bad-posture-and-how-pilates-can-help/#do-you-have-one-of-these-posture-problems-4 Live Good,Mac Dodds,
Posted by Mac Dodds @ Wednesday, October 30, 2013 @ 08:45am
I am usually heard saying that I live a very stress-free life, and it is true that very little fazes me. It helps that I have complete control over my schedule, and if I pack too much on my plate it is my own doing. I also limit my exposure to the news and do not watch on TV scenes of catastrophes that I can do nothing about.
Hi there, I just wanted to share this cool link about some of the nice benefits of yoga that you may not have considered. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/28/body-on-yoga_n_4109595.html Thank You and Live Good,Mac Dodds Live Good Fitness
Posted by Mac Dodds @ Tuesday, October 29, 2013 @ 10:52am
Have you ever had a day when things did not go as you had planned, where it seems like Murphy's Law is at work (If things can go wrong they will) well I had such a day but I must say I learned a few lessons from it. On the day in question I clicked on the wrong address in my GPS, this took me to sickleville New jersey instead of Princeton (1.5 hrs away). My phone was acting up and off course I was using it as a GPS.