Fitness

Different forms of yoga yield various benefits to the mind and body. From healing conditions such as IBS and sciatica pain, yoga is a practice that should be incorporated into everyone's lifestyle for the betterment of overall health and well-being. Origin...
Rest days are extremely important to foster strength and boost recovery of our muscles. Skipping rest days and overexerting our bodies only leads to an increased risk of serious injury. The three essential components to reaching your fitness goals include...
A lot of us neglect the importance of fostering balance between the mind and body. Certain yoga poses, such as the Palm Tree Pose, can help us achieve this balance and improve our strength and flexibility. When practiced consistently, palm tree pose...
The summer months come with a lot of fun and a lot of heat. Mild-to-moderate summer heat can raise your average body temperature, making your body work overtime and often leave you feeling exhausted. If exercises such as cardio are starting...
Derived from the Sanskrit words Surya (which means sun) and Namaskar (which means to bow down), Sun Salutation or Surya Namaskar involves a sequence of 12 yoga poses that bring powerful benefits to the body. Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar) The sun...
We know you've worked really hard to get into shape for the season, so why should you stop at temporary results? Maintaining a healthy weight is crucial for your overall health as you lower your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes,...
With the number of benefits that yoga brings to the mind and body, it comes as no surprise that yoga is a beneficial practice that is known to heal many ailments, boost relaxation, and even help runners reinvigorate their bodies to...
Exercise doesn't and shouldn't have to be treated like a chore. Exercise does so much good for your body; sometimes even a few minutes of working out positively impacts your physical and mental health. In fact, walking can be...
Stop falling into the sedentary trap and get moving for your health! What many of us don't realize is that prolonged periods of uninterrupted sitting are exposing us to weight gain, high blood sugar, cancer and an increased risk...
Corpse pose, or Savasana, is exactly what the name sounds like. This pose has an individual lie completely straight on their back with their arms and legs extended, just like a corpse. The name is derived from the Sanskrit language, 'Sava,' which means...

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