Still feeling a bit sluggish from the holidays? Looking for new ways to fulfill your New Year’s resolution? Or perhaps just looking for a change in your fitness routine? Why not enjoy a sunny morning workout on the shores of the Pacific…http://blog.malibubeachinn.com/post/39935318091/pilates
Welcome to 2013, a chance to start over, a chance to leave the past in the past, the chance to yes make another New Year’s Resolution. According to a study done by University of Scranton, Journal of Clinical Psychology, the top five resolutions for 2103 are:Lose WeightGet OrganizedSpend less, save moreEnjoy Life to the fullestStaying fit and healthyOut of the 45% of Americans who make resolutions only 8% are successful, most people giving up within six months.So…what exactly is a resolution?
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From January 6th - 13th, it is National Lose Weight/Feel Great Week. So, have you not only begun but kept consistent with your workout plans? Have you included a "Feel Great" activity into your schedule: massage, spa visit, hang out with friends, etc.?
National Posture Institute News Story: 8 new tips on maintaining healthy resolutions 8 days into the new yearTORONTO, Jan. 7, 2013 – Now that the New Year is upon us, New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier may be top of mind, but how easy is it to keep your resolve after a few weeks? To keep from sliding back into old habits, Ryerson University experts offer these tips to help you keep on track:Tips from Dr. Stephanie Cassin, Department of Psychology:
A little gift from me to tahnk you for following my blogTodays training. Tabata's 20 sec work /10 sec rest/
1. Front plank 20ses/ side plank 10 sec/Front plank 20 sec/ side plank 10sec 4 rounds.
2. Resistance band chest press 20/10 8 rounds
3. Speed squats 20/10 8 rounds
4. Resistance band rows. 20/10 8 rounds
5. High knees 20/10 8 rounds
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Tuesday, January 08, 2013 @ 12:08pm
First off, everybody is different. Whether it's gender, body type or mind set, everybody is built different, that is what makes us so unique. I just don't get why people want to look like a certain celebrity or athlete, unless you have the time to put into it, the resources to fund it and even the same DNA set up, chances are not everybody is going to look like a certain someone. I have dealt with this on more than one occassion. I remember when I was training, one of my clients/ acquintances wanted to have abs like "Jersey Shore" and only work on biceps as well.
Posted by Eli Studer @ Tuesday, January 08, 2013 @ 11:31am