Posture is a huge issue because most of what we do during the day leads to poor posture. We hunch over our phones, our desks, while driving, and then at home when we sit on the couch. Improving your posture is part strength, and part practice, but it can yield tremendous returns if you better posture a regular habit.
Strengthen Your Lower-Back, Eliminate Pain, & Feel Great.
Low-back Pain is one of the most problems we face in the modern era. Sitting in a chair, being generally inactive during the day, and exercising inefficiently are the main reasons why we experience low-back pain. The good news is that lower-back pain can be fixed when we do the right exercises on a regular basis, and adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Are you interested in a program to help you improve your strength and mobility, build muscle, improve body composition, improve overall wellness, and live a healthier lifestyle? Man Flow Yoga is an effective, beginner-friendly form of low-impact fitness to help you do all of the above and more. You don’t need any prior yoga or fitness experience – and there’s no flexibility required. It’s yoga for people interested in the physical fitness, minus the spiritual stuff.
Today I want to share with you some of my core beliefs – just 5, to be exact. Some of these have some application to fitness and health, while others do not.
The reason I’m sharing these with you today is because I want to share my values without religious or political context. This way you can see what I actually believe – instead of making assumptions based on my affiliation to a particular group.
Ready to get of neck and shoulder pain? Here are some of my favorite stretches and mobility techniques (SMR – self-myofascial release) for releasing tension in your neck and shoulders, improving neck mobility, and preventing neck or head pain. Part 1: Foam Rolling Part 2: Lacrosse Ball Part 3: Stretching The goals of this routine … Read More
I want to address what I think is the biggest obstacle when it comes to being successful with a fitness program. It’s relatively easy to find an effective program, but if that were all that’s required to be successful, then why are so many of us still struggling?
I started a Start Smart program a few months ago to help members of our community get specific advice on the biggest challenges holding them back from being successful with their fitness. The issue of motivation came up often, and I want to share my solution with you.
Here it is: Get to the real reason you are working out.