Although our bodies are a true marvel of evolution, there are many moving variables and sometimes the systems within our bodies can get out of control. When we see our image in pictures or a mirror, we often want to improve something.
Fitness enthusiasts and people wanting to make a lifestyle change have no doubt heard a lot about protein lately. And for good reason. Protein is a key component in any diet. There are three macronutrients — protein, fats, and carbohydrates.
By now, everyone from novice exercisers to full-blown fitness fanatics has heard about Kinesis. But if you have yet to incorporate it into your workout routine, you are missing out! Kinesis can shave time off your workout while ramping up the results — what more could you ask for?
Could you be missing out on the importance of foam rolling? Foam rollers are everywhere — on the gym floor, in the fitness studios, and even on TV.
My favorite moments are the ones when I’m driving with the windows down, my music blaring way too loud, and I’m belting out every word to whatever song is moving my soul at that moment.
Often times when we think of eating healthy, we think only of goals for weight loss and tips for cutting back on calories. However, many individuals have goals for weight gainand an increase in muscle mass. When this is the case, proper nutrition is still key.
Shoulder pain is a nuisance that you shouldn’t have to deal with — especially when you are trying your best to take care of your body with exercise. Shoulder pain can manifest itself in many different ways, and the general sensations of pain can vary.
Aerial Yoga hasrecentlygained attention and popularity due toits many healing benefits for the body.
Almost everyone has heard of the cardiovascular and immune systems — but have you ever heard of the endocannabinoid system? If not, don’t worry; you’re not alone. However, this little-known critical system is actually the focus of many emerging research studies involving the effects of cannabis on the human body.
Do you ever wonder why you don’t follow through with your New Year’s resolution from January 1st all the way through Christmas? Things come up… you get busy or sometimes a little lazy and next thing you know, you’re so far off track that it feels too overwhelming to get back on track.