Livingston County Tough Mudder Boot CampSaturday Mornings 9am – 1030 amStarting May 4, 2013 – June 22sd, 2013 Drop in session at event $ 20.00 eachPre-registar; $ 100.00 each(Full Session Package of 8 training with 2 month exercise Plan &Dietary advice)
Posted by John Penley @ Sunday, April 28, 2013 @ 19:15pm
The definition of food according to Wickipedia is:Any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order to maintain life and growth.Nourishment is becoming harder and harder to find, or is it? Is it "harder" to purchase fresh veggies and cut them up, roast,steam or sautee' them then to open up a box and put it into the microwave?Is it "easier" to go to Starbucks for a Tall frappichino, extra whip, mocha drizzle, than to brew a pot of coffee at home and add a tablespoon of milk to it?
I’m sure most of you have read about the benefits of coconut water, but did you know coconut oil has a much more extensive list of health benefits, including stopping and reversing Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Carolyn Dean has a great summary of research conducted by Dr. Bruce Fife (http://www.naturalnews.com/032727_coconut_oil_Alzheimers.html).
I’m passionate about the nutrition program I teach. It’s not shaped around crash-dieting or weight loss supplements. It’s focused on eating whole foods (real foods, not processed!) that bring your hormones into balance and specifically encourage fat loss. In 5 weeks your dietary habits will undergo a transformation and so will your body.
Posted by Kat Jeffrey @ Sunday, April 28, 2013 @ 10:10am
One thing that I always try to do is keep myself challenged. I have a tendency to get bored when its always the same ol fitness thing. Then when I'm bored, I get into a rut and head back down that old path that I really don't want to take any more. A challenge can be anything. Training for a 5K, or something simple like taking the dog for a walk every day this week. I know I have been quiet for most of this month. But it's because I've been working on a challenge. I have applied for a job at the local YMCA. This week I received an offer to be a substitute water aerobics instructor.
I have had several conversations lately about using mirrors while doing yoga. I come back (as I do so often) to Aristotle and the golden mean. Mirrors can absolutely help with finding alignment. "Ah, my hip is dropping and my ribs too far forward". But if we always use a mirror it can be harder to strengthen our connection to the internal kinesthetic cues. The eyes are for most of us a primary vehicle of information (just look at our language "I see" is equivalent to "I understand").
Rarely if ever is success handed to you. YOU have to go after it, work hard for it and stay focused on it. Attention to the details. Each days training and effort is that small step toward the bigger accomplishment. Stay dedicated today, you deserve all the rewards coming your way.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Saturday, April 27, 2013 @ 10:04am