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?
Cori Baker – aka the “macro-hunter” – is prepping for the 2016 Olympia and still eating M&M’s everyday with her oatmeal (and will continue to until she is just 1 week out from that show). The macro-approach that she uses has helped Cori fight back from an eating disorder, reframe how she views food, and set a great example for her kids and followers on social media.
In the first part of the series with Nina Marchione, we learned how to tighten and tone up the glutes with three simple (yet surprisingly difficult) exercises. In part two, Nina led us through a handstand progression. In part three, Nina shares her short daily routine that helps diminish physical, mental and emotional stress.
There is SO much in life we cannot control, but the one thing we can is our thoughts and how we kick off each day. Check out six things you can do to wake the right way and take control of how your day unfolds.
LeAnne Bonser is a middle school teacher, marathon runner, wife and mom of Kylie and Ava—her daughters who prefer taking healthy lunches to school and making green smoothies for snacks. Whether you are a new mom, soon-to-be mom or just a busy lady, LeAnne has some smart fit living tips for you!
VR or Virtual Reality is the newest gadget in tech! Just think of it! You can immerse yourself in a world far beyond your dreams, and you won’t just be sitting down to do it.
How much do you know about the original Wonder Woman? Lynda has had a very successful career since the series ended— starring in television and feature films, five musical variety specials, two additional television series, her stage act, commercials for Maybelline as well as recording and doing voice-over work. Take the Wonder Lynda Challenge and learn some interesting facts about this eternally wondrous woman.
Then there is a “wondering woman,” the girl who always wonders what life would be like “if.” She has dreams and aspirations, but is too afraid to follow her heart. A wondering woman does not take risks.
Over the years, the perception of strength and beauty has been misinterpreted. Female bodybuilding competitions, until recently, had encountered stigma that many female competitors had to endure— forcing many to withdraw for fear of ridicule. In fact, recently promoter Tim Gardner brought back women’s bodybuilding in the IFBB Chicago Pro Olympia qualifier.
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