Did you know there are some workouts double as strength sessions for your abs? When you raise your intensity or amount/weight when doing total-body actions, your ab muscles instinctively bolster or brace. Heres a great way to get the most out of your training. Try Swinging a Kettlebell When you bring the kettlebell’s swing to a complete stop your abs brace to stabilize your core. And, you will work your core more particularly when performing
Become the respected authority in your community as a Certified Posture Specialist Giving consideration, to how the body is positioned and executing small changes to stay in a more practical, productive, balanced state will make that position our default posture. Training properly is about becoming stronger, getting aligned and stabilizing muscles so that the body. moves efficiently. Attentive observation of how your clients move will help you devise the most practical and efficient workouts for their posture.
Our daily posture influences our health and our moods. It’s not only at the desk or workstation that we have to consider our posture. Improve your posture with these simple tips. 1. Driving too long. Make frequent stops and stretch. 2. Wearing high-heeled shoes. Switch to low-heeled or flat shoes. 3. Sleeping on a soft mattress. Invest in a firmer mattress. 4. Standing for prolonged periods of time. Place one foot up on a small
Have you ever started a fitness program and then quit? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Many people start fitness programs but stop when they get bored or results come too slowly. Here are seven tips to help you stay motivated. 1. Set goals Start with simple goals and then progress to longer range goals. Remember to make your goals realistic and achievable. It’s easy to get frustrated and give up if your goals
You’re probably eating too much sugar than you’re supposed to. According to the American Heart Association, the amount of added sugars that the average person should eat per day are 37.5 grams for men and 25 grams for women. To put that into perspective, that’s about four fun-sized Snickers for men and slightly less than three for women. Here’s the news that we all know, but very blatantly ignore: sugar is bad for you. But