Jealousy is the emotion that ensues when we take a look at someone or something with envy and then tells us, “Why do they get that? I want that.” Sometimes this can actually be a GOOD thing, a motivator and an opportunity to take a look at ourselves and how we behave. But as we know, jealousy can also lead to very bad things, clouding our minds with doubt in ourselves and unwarranted hatred for someone else.
Do you ever start the day saying, “I want to be more positive today” or “I would like to have more confidence”? Did you ever think you could do both of these things just by improving your posture, or by choosing a positive outlook?
Every week there seems to be a new diet everyone is trying. From South Beach to the Mediterranean, diets vary from type to type. One diet (although many would refer to it as a lifestyle) has been gaining increasing amount of interest— vegan. Physicians refer to it as focusing on plant-based foods, animal rights activists encourage it as a humane way of eating, environmentalists teach to the sustaining value on the world resources. But what does it all mean to YOU?
Seasonal changes, such as fall and winter, can trigger symptoms of depression and even something called Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. These symptoms are seen more often in women than men, and usually will resolve as the dark months turn to spring and summer. But what happens if your work schedule won’t allow for normal cycles of day and night?
Aside from body image issues and the possibility for peer-to-peer bullying/teasing, why is childhood obesity even an issue? Why should it be of any concern? They'll grow out of it…right?
Your alarm goes off in the morning, waking you for your day— what’s the first thing you do? If you are anything like me, you grab your phone and start scanning to see what’s been going on while you were off line in your slumber. The morning starts with a quick briefing on what friends and family have been up to, a cute puppy clip, someone angry about politics, some advertisements and some news. Before getting out of bed your brain just received more information than brains used to receive all day!
With more survivors than ever before, let’s picture the strength needed to endure the diagnosis, treatment, and life changing effects of breast cancer. Now picture what it would be like to return to “normal” life. Where does one start?
New to training? Great! Worried about looking like a “beginner”? Don’t be! Frustrated about “starting over”? It’s all good! Invest the time upfront in your new routine; take the moves slowly and with light weight. Before you know it, you will be stronger and ready to advance in your routine, ready for a fit 2016.
To help build your core strength, here are 10 nontraditional abdominal exercises that are safe for your spine. These moves feature minimal twisting, which minimizes torsion! (In other words, less chances for disk herniation, paraspinal muscle sprains, or other back injuries.)
Thinking a curvy backside and tight hams are just for aesthetics? Think again! With anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries rising over the past several decades, the problem is definitely in need of our attention.
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