Knowing This One Fact About Working Out Can Save You Many Backaches Later.
Mar27

Knowing This One Fact About Working Out Can Save You Many Backaches Later.

You’ve started working out and doing exercises at home or at the gym. Parts of your body are getting stronger and you’re feeling better. Then you lift that heavy box of junk to carry it down to the basement and you throw your back out. “What’s going on?”, you ask. “I thought I was getting in shape?”. A common problem when starting to work out is that you focus on one part of your body, without...

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Does Crossfit & Yoga Mix? The Answer Might Surprise You
Mar19

Does Crossfit & Yoga Mix? The Answer Might Surprise You

Believe it or not, yoga is a great way for Crossfitters, athletes or people who work out a lot to help develop the mind-body connection. Warning: it also teaches your body to move in ways that you may not be accustomed to, increasing the chances of injuring yourself. To add yoga to your routine, it needs to be learned properly, considering the way you have built your body up to now. Don’t just jump in and start, you’ll...

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Movement: The Mind-Body Path To Fitness
Mar16

Movement: The Mind-Body Path To Fitness

Movement. This encompasses everything you do during the day – not just your workout. How you move your body. Whether you’re exercising or not, paying attention to how you move your body is what makes all the difference. Building the mind-body connection and being aware of how the body moves. Noticing that one small change in a movement can affect so many muscles in your body. Fitness is a result or by-product of all your...

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Crossfit: Has Common Sense Gone To The Dogs?
Feb03

Crossfit: Has Common Sense Gone To The Dogs?

Has Crossfit caught your attention? Or perhaps you’ve jumped on board. There’s a lot of people doing this. A lot of you Crossfitters will probably get hopping mad at this! Take a deep breath and stay cool. Are we losing our common sense? Do we need all this extra pushing ourselves and stimulation to feel like we’re alive? We tend to agree with Eleanor Robertson in this article about the madness and extremes of the...

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