Many first time students ask me what the meaning of Qi is. In simple terms, Qi (pronounced 'chee') refers to the body's vital life force energy and the concept of Qi is an underlying principle to Traditional Chinese Medicine and martial arts. It can also be translated as 'breath' or 'gas (air)'. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi is said to flow through the body along channels or meridians.
6 a.m. - milk, sereal, glass of water, weightening myself.6 15a.m.-7 15a.m.Running in Van Cortlandt Park with my husband.All three month he had looking how I have been running in the woods, today he have decided try to challenge himself too.It was very slowly activity, all the time I have worried for my husband, but he was good, he have run almost two big circles in the park.7 20a.m.oatmeal with fruits, coffee, vitamins - C, B, E in the form of Olive oil, mineral supplements - Ca,Mg.Water.
I watched the "Today" show this morning and learned that Rosie O'Donnell had a heart attack last week. The worst kind. She had what is called a "widow maker" because it is the kind of heart attack that can kill you in a second. She was lucky, and survived. You can read all about it on her blog if you want. Her story is compelling.I know this subject is important. My father had a heart attack also. He was lucky, and survived. He is now 85 years old and still plays tennis.
Posted by Meg Root @ Tuesday, August 21, 2012 @ 13:57pm
Now with the children away to school, lets focus on making ourselves healthy! Do something for yourself, go for a walk, join an exercise class, etc. I have recently lost 6 pounds and my goal is 10 pounds. My reward will be a massage!! Always be positive. Take one day, or minute, or even a second at a time.
1. You have to work hard to lose weight!balance out--> medium-high intensity cardio workouts with challenging strength training workouts
** Cardio--> Need at least 5 days a week at a medium- high intensity for at least 30 minutes. Challenging yourself is the best way to drop weight.
Lenae specializes in weight loss, body sculpting, corrective rehab exercise, pre/postnatal fitness, posture improvement and pain reduction. A teacher at heart, she is patient and experienced in working with a wide range of clientele. Much of her understanding comes from personal experience. Lenae exercised throughout her own pregnancy and has also battled such things as back and foot pain, lactose intolerance, chronic fatigue, and IBS. Staying in shape and eating healthy has not always been easy.