This video quickly went viral and has more than 8 million views. It also stirred up some emotions and comments around sexism but don’t be so high-strung and enjoy this amazing display of strength and balance by Briohny Smyth.
Quick summary of the article: Running makes you a runner! Distance running is inefficient for fat loss and detrimental to fitness. However, sprints are a great compliment to fitness training! Lift weights fast! Learn the basic multi-joint movements and do them in moderate to high intensity with moderate weight. This will burn fat, tone your […]
We love yoga for many reasons. Did you know that a 2010 study showed that 30 min of mediation a day for 8 weeks reduced fair and anxiety and improved memory? Or that meditation can reduce sensitivity to pain, even more so than morphine? Check the infographic below on some of the less known […]
One of the most frequent excuses people have for not exercising is “I don’t have time for it”. Do you recognize that? Time has become a very very limited resource in today’s society. Between job, commute, school or daycare pickup and grocery shopping getting enough time to go to the gym can really be a […]
A very nice green juice recipe from the LifeRegenerator including some commentary on the modern diet and what this juice can do for you. And like Dan we love celery as well!
This year I completed forty eight years of my life and was the first one to wish myself a very happy and positive year ahead. After surviving many years of emotional violence, I believe that happiness is my own state of mind and I am my own master. No one in this world has the […]
Hands up, who’s a problem solver? I know I am, my engineering education quickly kicks in when I am presented with a problem. It feels good to be a problem solver doesn’t it? Does it always work? Not likely. Read on to find out when being a “problem solver” is actually a problem. If […]
Have you ever heard the saying, “it’s the little things that matter most”? What do you think that means? To me, I have learned that it is the little things that matter most in relationships. With your kids, your spouse, your parents or your friends, it is truly the little things that create memories. […]
He makes it look so easy! “Just point your toes to the sky and open up your shoulders!” Right. A tip from my own experience of developing a proper handstand (not there yet) is to practice chest to wall until you can hold proper vertical alignment for 60 sec. Only then can you turn and […]
Two tips on how to fight pessimism. We received an email from one of our readers and it’s a theme we’ve seen before expressed in different ways. The feeling of being overwhelmed by the world, the feeling of helplessness and interpreting the world from a position of pessimism. This is clearly a self-sabotaging approach to […]