You’ve probably heard people say that they’ve found exercises you can do anytime, anywhere. Planks, squats and pushups usually top the list. But let’s be honest, can you really do them anytime, any place? Are you going to drop down and do a set of pushups while you’re in line at the grocery store? Probably not. Continue reading
Whether you’ve been practicing yoga for years or you’re just starting out, it’s important to remember that yoga is a journey. It’s a twisting a winding road that sometimes leads us to unexpected places – places we never imagined. On this journey, it’s quite possible that what used to work for your body may not work anymore or the reason you originally started practicing is no longer your main concern.
There’s a saying in the yoga community, “Yoga is not a workout, it’s a work in.” But what exactly does this mean?
Six-pack abs seem to be the gold standard when it comes to fitness level. It’s no wonder why. Having a strong core not only gives you that slim look, but it also helps keep your spine safe by aiding in balance and alignment.
Ready to get started? Here’s the four-step formula for building a strong core.
Have you ever said any of these things to yourself or the people close to you?:
- I just don’t have enough time to work out.
- I am constantly stressed at work.
- Sometimes, I just need a few minutes for myself.
- I want to build my strength, flexibility and/or posture.
- My body aches from sitting all day.
- Without a boost of caffeine (i.e. coffee), I can’t make it through the day.