Get a better body while you're sleeping

You should be giving your body ample rest! You will get better results from your workouts, have better health, and glowing skin! Sleep lets you train at your best ability, it is not ok to skimp on it, even if you want to get in a morning workout. Chronic sleep deprivation can make you cranky, stimulate your appetite, and put you at risk for disease. The amount of sleep you get also impacts your memory, reaction time, and learning ability. It's recommeded that you get 7-8 hours a night. 

New Fit Lite Classes

Are you looking for a workout that will transform your body? Want to lose some weight and tighten up around the middle? Are you short on free time for exercise? Need help putting an effective workout together? My my new Fit Lite classes are your answer.

National Posture Institute Staff Headed to the DCAC Conference in Vienna, VA

3 Days Left to Register-Posture Workshop- Ken Baldwin & the National Posture Institute will be hosting a (CEC/CEU) Posture Correction Workshop in Vienna,VA. Date: Thursday - August 2, 2012 (8:00 am - 4:00 pm) Certificate of Completion provided. Space is Limited! Learn More: National Posture Institute (NPI) Onsite CEC Posture Workshops 

A Little Inspriration

Everyone's been there at some point. You know you need to workout, but you have no motivation to do so. Your excuses are endless...I don't have the time. I don't have anyone to watch the kids. I can't workout with the kids. Its too late. It's too early. I want to watch this show....the list goes on! When I get in a funk like that, I look for some motivational inspiration. These days you don't have to look far for such inspiration. The Olympics have plenty to spare.

I think I can I think I can

Transformation comes when what you think and what you do are in alignment.  I want to be a runner so today I particiapted in a race at the Northwestern Campus, 4.1 miles. First two for me an 11:31 pace then I bonked. Let's just say I finished and took in some of the beautiful scenery in Evanston. The old Michele would have been upset and then quit, not now. It is a part of my journey there will be good days and bad, today just happened to be the latter.

Olympic athletes use CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ to train for the Gold in the 2012 Olympics.

Winston Gordon - British Middleweight Judo Champ goes for the gold in the 2012 Olympic Games in London."The CrossCore is the machine where you can not hide. It will show you where your body is out of sync and you will be exposed! CrossCore is a part of my armor!" - Winston Gordon - British Middleweight Judo champ and 2012 Olympic athlete.

All week Swim and Run, July 25 - 29.

July 25.Swimming in the Public Pool.One lady have said to me that the swimming in the Van Cortlandt Pool very dangerous, because a lot of "bad" people have swam there.So, I decided to try and see that not good person.

Eat Clean and Win

Go for foods that are useful and nourish your body. Eat with a purpose. Some people don't see the results from their workouts because when it comes to eating they eat the wrong foods. Or they eat the right foods with a huge, super sized portion. Get the most out your workout and watch what you eat. When you clean up the diet and eat with a purpose, you'll start seeing those results. For example here is what I did and ate today:I started my day with a good 45 minute walk/jog around the neighborhood and then did 10 minutes of abdominal work.Breakfast:

Check out our Balanced Body Pilates instructor training modules and workshops!

Check out my IDEA profile to see all our upcoming Pilates instructor training modules as well as workshops for both the Pilates instructor and enthusiast! You can also see the entire list of training modules and workshops for a year in advance at our website link at  .

Daily Choices

Where you are today is made up of the millions of choices you have made so far in your life. That statement can be very motivating if you know that by making healthier choices, you can have a HUGE effect on your health. It means that your choices lead you either toward your goals or away from them.  It's kind of a "two steps forward, one step back" thing.
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