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Exercise Can Make You Happier Than Money, According to Research From Yale and Oxford

You have to earn a lot more money to get the same happiness-boosting effect sports have. Researchers at Yale and Oxford may have proven exercise is more important to your mental health than your economic status.  The scientists found that,... Continue Reading →

The Effects of Sitting for Over 6 Hours a Day Are Both Deadly and Costly

Sitting is the scourge of our time, but fighting back doesn't have to be hard. A lack of physical activity is projected to put nearly 1.4 billion people worldwide at risk for chronic diseases like diabetes or heart disease. As... Continue Reading →

What is the “MIRACLE MORNING ROUTINE” and How does it work? If implemented it may change your Day!

With a goal to feel more energized and productive in the mornings, I gave my morning routine a makeover, with a few surprising results...by Locke Hughes | NBC NEWS It was just a few weeks into 2019 when I began... Continue Reading →

The Meaning of a Morning Routine

What is most important to you is to start each day with Intention with Focus and with Meaning. When you wake up in the morning your game day starts and you do not want to be on the defense side.... Continue Reading →

How Many Calories Yoga Burns—and Why Its Potential for Weight Loss Goes Way Beyond That Figure

Once thought of as a training routine reserved for soccer moms and granola-crunching free spirits, yoga offers mental and physical benefits can no longer be ignored. Elite athletes are embracing yoga in a big way, and the total number of... Continue Reading →

It takes a lot longer to get in shape than to fall out of shape.

WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU STOP EXERCISING FOR A MONTH?

Repetitive Stress from Too much Yoga. How to understand the approach we should take towards a safe practice.

The way people approach life is the way people show up on their yoga mat. And yoga teachers are no exception. Some yoga teachers may lead with a sense of aggression and competition while others will promote a feeling of... Continue Reading →

What really happens to our muscles as we age if we are chronically active?

Aging is commonly associated with a loss of muscle mass and strength, resulting in falls, functional decline, and the subjective feeling of weakness. Exercise modulates the morbidities of muscle aging. Most studies, however, have examined muscle-loss changes in sedentary aging... Continue Reading →

Trap a yoga block between the elbow and thigh for core work.

Lie on your back with your legs extended, bending your left knee and drawing it toward your chest. Lift your head, neck, and shoulders off the mat. Place a block lengthwise between your left quadriceps (the front of your thigh) and left elbow,... Continue Reading →

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