The battle rope can be one of the best fitness tools for achieving a great full body warm-up (or workout), in very little time, depending on tempo, intensity level, and the exercise(s) you are doing. However, the battle rope by definition is intense. So if you are short on time, I have a routine that is just right. Are you ready?
The holiday season is upon us and along with all the baking and the decorating, that means lots of cookies! While cookies are fine in moderation, occasionally you might want to trade a cookie for a workout.
For me, running has always been associated with pain and humiliation of the emotional, physical, and mental sort that is really hard to shake. Aside from living my life as an overweight individual longer than I've been a fit one, I had other ailments that only accentuated my torture when it comes to this act of cardio that has one of the most devoted followings the world has ever seen.
Flossing on a regular basis is hard enough for most people, let alone making it to the gym regularly. However, imagine if you had a buddy that waited for you in the bathroom every morning, eyeing your floss and simultaneously yelling "one more tooth baby!! FINISH STRONG!" This same friend who, upon the days you don't show up, would be quick to express his disappointment and how he needed you the day you didn't make it because he didn't much feel like flossing that day either. Something tells me you'd be a lot more likely to floss the way you should be flossing!
Our Thanksgiving celebrations have a tendency to send us in search of a pair pants with an elastic waistband and a little extra give. The whole indulging part is just fine and dandy, but it’s the repercussions of our possibly gluttonous behavior that really take a toll on our bodies. It is our hope that this series of yoga postures helps you to detoxify, digest, and get you back to feeling like the real you.
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