Yoga is one of the most talked about forms of exercise — from stress reduction to supporting strength and tone it’s something many of us can benefit from doing more of. Read on as we share five reasons to do more yoga for both our mental and physical health.
With February being Heart Month, we thought there was no better time to talk about how to make some small, but very effective changes to support not only the health of your heart, but your overall health as well.
Staying active and exercising does more than just support your physical health, it also plays a big role in supporting mental health as well. During the winter months, it’s easy to get stuck in an exercise rut, especially if you are used to exercising outside. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t stay active even in the cold winter months.
We all know just how important exercise is for overall health, but what you do and how you nourish your body after a workout is just as important. With fatigued muscles, depleted glycogen stores, and electrolyte levels, it’s essential to support your body and replenish.
Are you stuck in a rut and find it difficult to stay motivated once that midday afternoon energy slump kicks in? If so, you are definitely not alone. But, here’s the thing. We are sharing our top five hacks to staying motivated all day so that you can crush every single goal on your to-do list.
If you’re big into fitness, or just like to get regular exercise into your healthy lifestyle, then refueling your body with healthy foods post-workout is a super important part of supporting the body, and for seeing fitness results.
Don’t let not having a gym membership stop you from reaching your fitness goals this year! Use these tips to kick it into high gear and feel your best both physically and mentally this year.
Winter is quickly approaching which means much colder temperatures. This can be a reason to keep you bundled up inside and can make getting off the couch that much harder! However, colder weather doesn’t have to be a reason to not stay active this winter. If you are looking for ways to stay fit even during the coldest days, here are five ways to do that that don’t involve freezing outside in the cold.
If you’re big into fitness, then learning how to promote faster recovery is key to staying on top of your fitness goals. Many athletes choose to supplement to support their exercise goals, however, not all supplements are created equal as some can cause more harm than good. The good news is that there are some powerful and very effective herbs you can take to promote faster exercise recovery without having to worry about side effects.
If you are super active or are just looking for a little extra energy during exercise, adaptogens can help. Adaptogenic herbs are great for reducing fatigue and supporting the body. They also make for a much healthier option than many mainstream energizing supplements. While there are so many energizing supplements on the market today, they don’t come without consequences. Some of them are packed with caffeine, while others contain artificial stimulants that can leave you feeling wired and can even spike your heart rate. This is not what you want, especially when you will be naturally elevating your heart rate during exercise.