Meditation is not a new topic, neither is strength training, but combining the two together…well, I believe that has potential. Let’s go with Meditation first. We spend very close to 47% of our day on auto replay. We are reliving the past over and over and over again, or we are formulating our opinions, actions,…Continue reading Meditation: A great tool to bring to your workout!
While Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a systemic disease that can affect the heart, lungs, blood vessels, skin, and eyes, it’s effect on joints is what makes it so well known and quite difficult at times. It is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease. The human immune system creates antibodies to protect us from infections. It becomes…Continue reading Rheumatoid Arthritis: Why is this autoimmune disease one of the toughest for program design?
Are you someone who has started a fitness program and meal plan, only to be done with it a month or two later? Trust me, you are not alone, and I’m going to give you some ideas and simple steps to create a healthy lifestyle. The goals will come with that healthy lifestyle. Adherence is…Continue reading Problems Sticking With Your Workout and Nutrition Plan? Try these 5 easy steps to get the ball rolling.
We have all heard that we should strive for balance in our life. Balance requires adequate sleep, food, movement, play, and acts of self-care. Most of us are lucky if we get 3 of those in one day. Lack of daily balance interferes with thinking, makes ideal weight almost impossible, and leads to anxiety, depression, and frustration. Most importantly, it decreases chances to succeed. Burnout was very recently made an official medical diagnosis, and it’s caused by a lack of daily balance. It is a proven result with medical consequences from living an out of balanced life.