HEY!! I am so happy to report that my ENERGY is UP again after a couple physically DEAD days on Monday (cday2) and Tuesday(cday 3). WHEW!! It's good to have some spunk again!My "Every Day in May" personal workout goal is going great. I've not yet missed a day:
I have not blogged in a long while.......I have my new May newsletter up on my website! It was a really fun one! I picked apart the Baby food diet and did some research on the history of dieting and even poked a little fun at dieting!Check it out at www.shapedbyshawn Enjoy :DI have been busy, busy ,busy!Trying to get into the habit of blogging at least every other day. Shawn
There's nothing more satisfying to me as a health professional than to learn that a client has been surprised by an unexpected positive outcome from training. That outcome could be something as simple as sleeping through the night for the first time in months, being able to perform a daily task more easily, or realizing a nagging discomfort has disappeared. I'm always thrilled to hear about these "little" successes, which in reality aren't little at all. While it's great to set specific, measurable, achievable, and ti
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Posted by Pete Steel @ Wednesday, May 11, 2011 @ 03:10am
Think about the body’s position while in a roman chair. This may also be called the kings, queens, or captains chair. Question: Why would you load your entire body weight on your shoulder joints, to stress your low back, and train your hip flexors? Think about this…The Rectus a long flat superficial muscle (6 pack abs muscle) originates (starts) on the pubic symphysis and the pubic crest, and it inserts (finishes) on the xiphoid process of the sternum and the 5th-7th costal cartilages.
Posted by Dave Parise @ Tuesday, May 10, 2011 @ 19:46pm