Sunday, December 29, 2013

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Yoga Poses

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Yoga Poses 

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yoga will do wonder for your back and posture

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Be stronger than your strongest excuse

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Be stronger than your strongest excuse


truth.

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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

30 day plank challenge

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At Home Circuit Workout

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At Home Circuit Workout Nutrition + exercise = results! Let our team help you get there. 
( jumping, squas,push ups )

You are stronger than you think

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You are stronger than you think! also remember the more you put into the workout the more you will get out of it

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30 day ab challenge ..

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30 day ab challenge ... adding this to a 30 day pushup and squat challenge!

Great way to stay motivated and track your weight loss!

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Seeing your goal is a powerful tool. Grab some pebbles, rocks anything small and watch your progress!

Advantages of drinking water

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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Fitness & Abs - The Easiest Tips To Get 8 Pack Abs With Working Out Only 6 Minutes a Day !!

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n order to attain a perfect 8-pack abs, you should preferably combine healthy food habits and strict workout regime. Abdominal muscles are considered to be the hardest muscle in the human body. A healthy lifestyle is the key for flaunting a ripped appearance. Most people take up fast methods for gaining muscles. They undergo surgeries and other artificial techniques for sculpting them, which can be extremely dangerous in the long run. It is always advisable to follow healthy means for flaunting a toned appearance.

Diet and Workouts Plan
* Cardio workouts are extremely important for burning abdominal fats. Workouts such as running, swimming, walking, hiking and bicycling helps in boosting metabolism in your body which will eventually lead to lots of fat burning. One should also drink lots of water for maintaining the body temperature. Water hydrates your body and keeps your digestive tract clean.

* Bodyweight workouts such as sit ups, crunches, push ups, side bends should be performed after cardio workouts for gaining muscles and burning fats.

* Proper nutrition not only helps you in shedding those extra pounds from your body but also helps you in gaining endurance and strength. Protein supplements should be included in your diet for maintaining the energy levels.

* You should take 2000-2500 calories daily for sculpting your abs. One should take lots of high fibrous foods such as fruits and vegetables while red meats and dairy products should avoided completely.

* In order to flaunt 8-pack abs, a rigorous workout session is indispensable. For performing effectively in these workouts, you need lots of endurance and strength, which can be easily supplied by Nitric Oxide. It can increase your blood flow and stimulate muscle pumping. It can also cure joint pains and injuries by reducing the recovery time. Nitric Oxide can protect our body from various diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart attacks. It enhances your immune system and acts as an anti aging agent.


Best muscles exercices

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THIS WEEK’S QUOTE

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Reasons to do yoga

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Reasons to do yoga

Reasons to do yoga

get your facts straight

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The more you know

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Jennifer Aniston

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Jennifer Aniston

Useful Advantages of Defining Weight Loss

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DefiningWeight Lossresults when a person is in a phase of a negative energy balance. DefiningWeight Loss means that that the total body intake of energy is less than the total output of energy in work etc. In such conditions, in order to fulfill the energy demands of body, the body takes energy from the stored fats or the muscles.
This leads to the muscle wasting and decreased fat reserves thereby leading to Defining Weight LossWeight loss can be described as a loss of the total body mass due to a reduction in the reserves of body fluids and the body fat. Losing weight happens when a person is in a phase of a negative energy balance.
DefiningWeight Lossmeans that the total body intake of energy is less than the total output of energy in work etc. In such conditions, in order to fulfill the energy demands of body, the body takes energy from the stored fats or themuscles. This leads to themusclewasting and decreased fat reserves thereby leading to achieving your weight goals.

Trying to Defining Weight Loss


The intentional way can also be called as ‘dieting’. It is the type of Defining Weight Loss a person experiences as a result of one’s own personal efforts to reduce an excessive weight gain.
People lose weightby various ways, either by exercise, regular walk, and diet restriction or sometimes by taking some medicines which can decrease the appetite, block fat absorption or help to reduce the stomach volume. This attitude is attained mostly due to social concerns or self-consciousness.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

This works every time.. Just do it!!

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This works every time.. Just do it!!


Fitspiration

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Fitspiration


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Good Advice Quotes

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We would do ourselves a tremendous favor by letting go of the people who poison our spirit. - Dr. Steve Maraboli - Good Advice Quotes


3 Best Ways To Burn Fat – Burn Fat And Get In Shape Easier

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Different people have different preferences on how to burn fat – but for all of us, there are some basic methods that are effective most of the time.
In this article, I am sharing the 4 best methods of burning fat that have been proven by research, and are known to be the most effective for burning the fat and getting in a better shape.
Fat Burning Method #1:
One of the most effective methods – and easiest too – it’s running.
Running can be done at home on a treadmill,
or outside – whatever suits you best.
Research has shown that by running outside we burn more calories – because of the oxygen body gets, which is also healthier compared to running indoors.
But if you are not able to get outside, get on the treadmill -  it will not be a problem.
Fat Burning Method #2:
Skipping. There’s a reason sports trainers all over the world add skipping into their trainee’s training schedule.
If you do skipping for just 15 minutes a day, you will bur more calories and fat than with most other types of exercise.
Fat Burning Method #3:
Swimming. I had no idea how good swimming really was until I tried it myself.
Not only it helps burn calories like crazy – and get in shape – but it helps improve skin condition dramatically!
Swimming in cold water (works better outside, not indoor pool) tightens the skin, the cold gets through and your body needs to warm the body – for this, it consumes calories.
These are the 3 best ways for burning fat.
Stick to one or more, and you’ll be on your way to a better shape and health!

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Thighs & Legs Workouts

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Thighs & Legs Workouts

Trouble spots, be gone! Get a longer, leaner look with these exercises and workouts designed to trim your thighs and sculpt your legs.
Squat Jump 10-20 reps
Stand with your feet shoulder width part and squat down and jump yourself up towards to sky. Land gently on your feet to keep your knees from taking any impact. Repeat
Lunge Jumps 10-20 reps
Lunge with your right leg out in front. Lunge down to a 90 degree angle and then jump up and switch legs. Left leg out in front of you and lunge down to a 90 degree angle and then jump and switch. Keep repeating.
Squat Hold 2-4 minutes
Sit against the wall in a squat position and hold this position for 2-4 minutes
KNEE HIGHS 1 minute
Run in place with your knees as high as you can for 1 minute.
Side Lunge 10-20 reps
Step out to your right side bending your right leg and keeping your left leg straight. Bring your feet back together and repeat on the other side.
Jump Jacks 10-20 reps
Jump your legs and arms out and in. Repeat
Mountain Climbers 1 minute
In a plank position run your legs in towards your chest. Repeat
KNEE HIGHS 1 minute
Run in place with your knees as high as you can for 1 minute.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

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Yoga vs Strength Training: Toning Up

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The debate over which exercise method is the best way to tone up has been hotly debated among women for quite a while. With the recent surge in yoga’s popularity, it is time we look again to find out which one really is best.
If we look to some of the fittest celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Eva Longoria, we continuously hear them raving about their yoga practice; it isn’t often that we hear them boasting about their strict strength training regimen. While it is true they might have one, we don’t hear about it so we’ll have to dig a little deeper and find a few more facts to help us determine which method is best for toning up.
When most people hear the word strength training they almost always think of weight training, lifting dumbbells or using various weight machines. However, yoga is not much different as many of the poses and movements require that you support the weight of your own body with various muscle groups. So both types of activities have the potential to increase your muscle tone and improve definition. The difference is that it takes more practice time to develop the skills necessary to complete a yoga workout that involves lifting your own body weight in various ways to keep making a noticeable difference. The benefit, however, is that while toning up your body, you’re also improving yourself from a mental aspect as well. With weight training you can continue to increase your muscle strength by increasing the weight you lift. In yoga, you can increase your muscle strength and muscle endurance by changing up your positions, increasing reps and holding them longer.
If the sole purpose of your workout is to gain muscle, weight training would be the quicker, more practical way to do it, but if you are determined enough and really want yoga to be the way you do it, then it is possible. One way that yoga might be a more beneficial way to strength train is that you’re using several groups of muscles together to hold the poses and do reps which can help you improve flexibility, whereas traditional weight training is one-dimensional. Another benefit of doing yoga to build up your muscles instead of traditional weight training is that there is lower risk of injury.
Which method is better can also come down to what kind of look you are hoping to achieve. Weight training tends to make the muscles compact as they build up, which results in a bulky or bulging look. Yoga actually stretches the muscles as they contract and build, so they end up looking a lot sleeker but still toned up and fit. If you want a more of a balanced look or just want to mix things up, it is always a great idea to do a little of both types of strength training.

Evolving into Your Yoga Practice

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When I started doing yoga about 15 years ago I kept hearing how my practice would evolve and grow and soon I could take the poses to a new level.  That did happen.  I was a diligent student, although a little competitive.  Not just with myself but with everyone around me.  The first time I heard the teacher say “and if you can, take the bind”, I didn’t have a clue what she meant.  I looked around and noticed twisted arms and legs and I was not one to be left out.  I managed a bind by sheer force and ego, holding my breath the whole time.  If this is what it meant to evolve my practice I was going to do it.  I half expected a little applause for my results but it seemed everyone else was going to their zen place.
For the next several years I became addicted to my practice.  Not only for the spiritual benefits but for the physical as well.  I wanted to make each pose as advanced as possible, because after all, I was a yogi.  I tried to practice keeping my eyes on my mat but couldn’t help but let them wander around the class.  My thoughts were consumed with other people’s practices – “He can do a headstand in the middle of the room”, “She can jump back from crows pose”, “She’s wearing a cute top”.  Come on, who hasn’t checked out yoga fashion in class?  I always ignored it when my teacher would say “the smartest yogi in class is the one in child’s pose”.  Has she met me?  I thought those people that went into child’s pose while the rest of us advanced yogi’s were the furthest thing from smart
Then it happened.  An injury that made me feel as if my body was betraying me.  I had to modify certain poses, and on some I just couldn’t do.  This was embarrassing, because I was sure that everyone in the class was looking right at me with sympathy and judgment on my inability to create the perfect pose.  Frustration lead me to ask myself why I was practicing.  The shocking answer I came back with was to be the best. How laughable.  I thought the best thing for my fragile ego was to start from the beginning.  I started going with a friend to her Iyengar class which was very hard for someone like me that needs movement.  I heard on more than one occasion “settle down, Mina”.  Sigh, how could I?  I was the creator of the Ego-asana.
Thankfully I can say my body is as healed as its going to be and I’m back to my daily practice—WITH MODIFICATIONS.  I believe my lesson is this – my practice has evolved.  It has evolved to meet my body’s needs and limitations and with that I can go through my flow knowing I am exactly where I need to be.  Which on some occasions is child’s pose…thank you very much.