Fitness, Health, and Mind/Body Connection
How we take care of our bodies is as important as the food we eat. To live a longer, stronger life, it’s important to maintain our physical and mental health, and commit to the steps necessary to insure our overall well-being. Here are a few articles, tips, and suggestions to help you get and stay healthy, look and feel younger, and increase your energy and stamina.
Short on time? Try these quick, simple, and easy-to-follow fitness videos and exercises you can do at home or in your favorite gym
Weighted Power Squats
Smith Machine Leg Press
Single Leg Press
My husband and I occasionally work out in a gym. All too often, I'll notice other members arrive and quickly grab heavy weights, or head to a machine, or jump into a cardio class - full steam ahead. Typically, they're soon out of breath, exhausted, and unable to finish their reps or routine.
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My personal paradigm had been so well constructed - so set in stone by incongruent habits - that my own belief systems had gone to the dark side. And it wasn't easy to realign my real truth of living a healthy, authentic, and productive existence.
Here are three strategies to consider - that is, if you're ready to take the reins on a longer, stronger life: By being aware of everything that goes into your body, you'll become more attuned to whether you're eating from hunger or a response triggered by circumstance, stress, or boredom.
How many of us are still on the hunt for a code to happiness? Surprise! There isn't one ... Certainly, happiness exists. It's a real emotion, and many of us believe it's what we experience when we achieve a milestone, accomplish a goal, or acquire something we've had our heart set on for a long time.