There is a remedy for everything, and one of mine happened to be fitness. Thanks to fitness, I have learned how to apply healthy exercises both mentally and physically, to my daily More »
Many people hold in their mind a dream of who they want to be. They look forward to becoming a better version of themselves. As a life coach, part of my job is to help people get to where they want to be by helping them shift their current mindset from that of someone who feels like they aren’t embracing their full potential but will “some day”, to shifting them into embracing their full potential now. One of my most popular exercises that I use is what I like to call: “Being Your Future Self, Today”. This exercise drastically changes your mindset from “wishing and wanting” to “being and having.”
Child’s pose, downward dog, wheel, bridge etc.; throughout the course of the past 8 weeks, my body has been folded up, down and side to side in true lawn chair format. I’ve recently been adding hot yoga, provided by Michelle over at Orlando Power Yoga, to my weekly regimen. Initially, I wanted to increase my flexibility but I found that this practice has proven to include a little more than just that to my benefit. My 1st mistake was underestimating the difficulty of settling into the variety of poses while the heat in the room lay on me like the thickest blanket in existence – NEVER underestimate the yoga, bro. In this piece, I will be speaking on the 3 ways yoga has already helped to improve my weight training and the components that surround it. Enjoy 🙂
Train and observe Pt. 5 — we’re back! 🙂
The Lifestyle; a peek into the lives of 3 brothers of iron. Maurice Bright, Ben Hartman and Shomo Shotime Das star in this film to provide some insight into what it takes to commit to the fit life ~
Most people go a little too hard too early in the process and that typically diminishes or destroys enthusiasm across the board. There IS a way to bring consistent fitness and health consciousness into your life withOUT making the transition as miserable as possible – pace yourself.
There is a remedy for everything, and one of mine happened to be fitness. Thanks to fitness, I have learned how to apply healthy exercises both mentally and physically, to my daily life.
Marc Lobliner of TigerFitness.com and Maurice Bright of Maurice B Fit discuss the topic of direct abdominal training; watch and comment below with your thoughts! (:
We’re back! Risen from the dead with a supplement review hot and fresh off the presses for your viewing pleasure 🙂