Another Year. Another Diet. Another Disappointment.My top 3 solutions to taking control during the holidays.The holidays are just around the corner and we celebrate them by enjoying delicious treats. We don’t want to miss out on all of the festivities. Temptation can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness plan.
Posted by Heike Yates @ Wednesday, December 21, 2016 @ 14:56pm
The holidays are quickly approaching. Are you ready?1) plan all your meals 2) eat out no more than 2 times per week 3) get lots of sleep 4) exercise daily 5) plan for all of your cheat meals 6) relieve your stress daily with meditation, yoga, exercise, massage, accupuncture 7) Stick to your grocery list and buy only what you need; avoid overeating. 8) eat healthy 90% of the time. 9) make a decision to maintain a healthy weight and do it! 10) spend MOST of your time with freinds and family that will not sabotage you by over-eating, exposure to bad or unhealthy food or habits.
July Fourth fitness tips is our topic for discussion!The Fourth of July is our country’s annual holiday where we celebrate our independence. It is also a day where food and fitness has become the norm.To make sure that our food and fitness is the best it can be, we will highlight a few July Fourth fitness tips for you! These July Fourth fitness tips are designed so we can have the healthiest holiday celebration that we can.
Six Holiday Survival Tips was written with you in mind! While this is the season for giving and being with family, it can also be a stressful time. Well, here are six holiday survival tips to prepare you for the rest of the year.
The holiday season is a time to celebrate with family and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when any people eat too much and gain weight. Of course you can control whether you overeat or allow yourself to gain weight.
Much of the practice of yoga is centered in the idea of balance. Rather than building muscle but ignoring flexibility, or flexibility without strength, we seek both. We seek to open and express and develop our self across dimensions of being: physical, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social. This doesn't mean that we strive for the fullest expression of each of these aspects, but that we breathe toward both: like a focal point, still and strong, able to stretch outward in more than one direction.