Although I don't teach yoga, I believe what makes someone a good (or amazing) yoga instructor are the same principles that govern the rest of us. He or she needs to understand the concept of their teachings very well. The instructor needs to be a good communicator, be the example othe...
The important think to remember here is what you think and what you know about a specific training method or an exercise. Each exercise serves a purpose and it might not be for everyone. A number of clients or athletes train in a specific way that incorporates a number of exercises th...
I would recommend for you to search Juan Carlos Santana. He has done some great work using resistance bands and incorporating into any training program for athletes or not. I also use resistance bands frequently with my clients for all those reasons you've mentioned in your question....
Here is one at IDEA's site. But first check with a lawyer before using it to make sure it complies with the laws at your state:
I hope it helps :-)!
Casein is a good source of calcium (essential for bone and teeth structure) and phosphorus (essential for cell membranes).
Also here is an article I found online that you might find interesting:
It's true, but not all of my clients own a dog. Having said that, pretty much most of them have no idea what it's in their food. Some are more educated than others and they like to do some research regarding where their food comes from and if it's organic or not. They usually don't think what they p...
Not my favorite food source but sometimes I do eat cheese. With all of the controversial information out there regarding antibiotics and hormones that farmers give to their animals, it's probably safe to look for more organic farms that raise cows, goats and sheep. Beyond that if you are not allergi...