KEEPING YOURSELF MOTIVATED TO WORKOUT

Have you ever begun a fitness regimen and then quit? If you replied yes, you’re not alone. Many people initiate exercise plans, however they may stop because they get tired, they don’t like it or results come too slowly. We all agree that being healthy and engaging in a daily fitness routine is beneficial for our mind, body, and soul. But often the subconscious dialogue that advises us to miss our exercise or get takeout and ...... read more
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Cherry
Jun 11, 2021

How Important is Warm-Up in Exercise?

The number one rule that most people in the wellness and sports industry agree on is that you should be warm (increase your body temperature) before doing any stretching or exercise. But first warm up with movement, then flex or stretch at the end of the session, or anytime you feel like you need to. Heat up before you workout and get your heart, lung, brain, muscles and mind primed for what’s to come. ...... read more
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Cherry
Jan 28, 2021

Say Goodbye to Laziness and Obesity

For any people that considers themselve overweight, there is only one purpose to lose weight, which is to have a healthy and beautiful body. Whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, gain muscle or even strengthen physical strength, you will face many challenges when you take the first step. Beginners are most likely to be confused by a wealth of information, are also most likely to be discouraged, and are more likely to give up. To ...... read more
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Ivy
Dec 29, 2020

Sports Training Benefits

Are you contemplating sports training for yourself or a loved one? There are many considerations, and the advantages are more than just the obvious ones of improved health and fitness. Let us explore a few of those benefits in detail. Attain Your Goals: Among the premier benefits of sports training is the ability to spend concentrated time on your own athletic and physical fitness goals. With the help of experts and certified per...... read more
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Nov 12, 2020

Five Ways to Control Your Stress: Part 1 out of 2

Stress is like dark, dark chocolate. A little of it won’t entirely kill you (hopefully!). In fact, small chunks of it here and there can be good for you, or at least give you a reason to get of bed in the morning. But chronic and severe stress overall can damage your body and mind, blocking the fluid communication to and from most organs — especially in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and in the limbic system, the brain’s e...... read more
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Douglas
Oct 26, 2020

Say goodbye to laziness and obesity

For obese people, there is only one purpose to lose weight, which is to have a healthy and beautiful body. Whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, gain muscle, or strengthen physical strength, you will face many challenges when you take the first step. Beginners are most likely to be confused by a wealth of information, are also most likely to be discouraged, and are more likely to give up. To avoid these situations, some psychological...... read more
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Ivy
Oct 12, 2020