In light of the ever-increasing importance of stress relief, I thought it might be interesting to make a blog on yoga for stress relief vs. yoga as a workout, and how they affect your immune system. There are two sides to yoga the workout side and the more calming stress relief focused practice, so which is better for your immune … Read More
Want to learn how to get stronger erections with yoga? Use these 5 yoga postures (and do them as described in this blog!) to stay erect longer, get stronger, better erections, and improve your overall sex life.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, making it the perfect time to learn yoga postures and exercises to help men improve their sex life. So whether you’re in a relationship, single, straight, bi, or gay (as far as I know, each one involves a penis if you’re a man), give these a shot!
In January of 2020, I’ve been doing a Challenge on building better habits, and one of the challenge participants suggested that I included some personal stories about my own habit formation. So here goes: The one big action I took to get rid of the habit. The indirect effects of that simple action. And why I RARELY eat junk food anymore. (I don’t even have the desire.)
This week I’ve attempted to build three new habits into my daily routine. One has been surprisingly successful. The other 2 I haven’t repeated once.
Want to know what made the difference? Anybody can do this, without buying anything, in about 2 seconds.
2020 is coming. Not only is it a new year – it’s a new decade. And it’s the perfect time for you to make fitness a priority, whether life got in the way, or it’s just time for a change. It doesn’t really matter what your fitness goals are. You could be trying to add on 20 pounds of muscle, lose 20 pounds of fat, or maybe you just want to work on your health with a focus on longevity.
Whatever the case, reaching your fitness goals comes down to establishing a lifestyle that is (1) healthy, (2) manageable, and (3) long-lasting.
Yoga for Core Strength & Exercises to Strengthen Your Diaphragm, Transverse Abdominis, Rectus Abdominis, & Obliques.
We’ll also work on strengthening your core, which helps to support proper diaphragmatic breathing. Finally, we’ll put all of that into practice, so you can breathe properly, utilizing your entire diaphragm, as you practice essential balancing exercises.