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Holistic programme of exercise and meditation helps dementia sufferers by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 22 May 2014 8:18am New research carried out at Teesside University has investigated how combining cognitive activities and elements of yoga, tai chi, qigong and meditation with routine physical exercise affected dementiaDecline in mental capacity, brain functioning and memory that affects day-to-day living. sufferers. It wa ... Read on »
Height Gain Exercise to Increase Grow Taller by bruce Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 7:10am Some height increasing exercises, along with proper diet and better sleeping habits, may help aid the growing process. However, for an adult to grow taller significantly is something that has not been substantiated with evidence by medical professionals. Adolescents who are still growing may see some improvements, especially if they adhere t ... Read on »
Guest Post: How Runners Can Get More Out Of Yoga by Tara Posted Fri 19 Jul 2013 1:15pm Remember when I vowed to add more yoga to my life, and remember how I did for quite a bit of time? And then do you remember when I stopped doing yoga? Yeah, I dunno. All three seem like a jumble in my mind because I am not practicing yoga—I really wish I was, though. My runner legs could use some down dog. So when contacted me with a guest post ... Read on »
How to Avoid Injury When Practicing Yoga by marcusyogaman Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 7:34pm New practitioners of Yoga regularly make the mistake of thinking that they can jump right into the poses without proper preparation. Many common injuries occur because of the misconception that yoga is not strenuous. Which is not the case, particularly with Ashtanga yoga. With a few simple precautions, you can enjoy yoga without any unnecessary i ... Read on »
Warm flow yoga, and GNC Total Lean Review by LifeToBraggAbout Posted Wed 28 Nov 2012 9:22am  Oh. My. God. My body. Touch my body! It hurts all over. And yet it feels SO good. Okay yeah, because that whole first line wasn't creepy at all. So anyway, last night I checked out Warm Yoga flow with some super sexy girlfriends of mine and HOLY AMAZING BODYGASM (there I go again with the creepiness)....that class felt amazing. I realize ... Read on »
Which Yoga Class is Right for You? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 4:49pm Unsure of what class to take? Looking at some of the schedules at yoga studios, you might find yourself confused as to what yoga classes would work for you. I’m often asked by friends or those that are getting ready to try yoga what kind of yoga classes they should select.  For some, it’s daunting enough to get up the nerve to try a class and ... Read on »
The Inside Scoop on Sweat and Exercise – Part II by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 09 May 2011 12:06am In my previous post I wrote about the importance of perspiration and how sweating is your body’s critical physiological protection from overheating. Now that you know the harm dehydration can cause, here are some tips for exercising safely in the heat: Take time to Acclimate The best way to train your body to work out in the hot wea ... Read on »
Wrist Free Energy Flow Yoga by My Yoga Online Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 7:40am My Yoga Online has posted a new yoga video featuring Kreg Weiss: Wrist Free Energy Flow Yoga . This yoga flow is designed to minimize loading on the hands while offering a balance of warming and expanding yoga exercises. To enjoy this video click here: Wrist Free Energy Flow About Kreg Weiss: Kreg is the co-founder of My ... Read on »
Even More Exercise Tips - Getting started by ShapeUp .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Listen to your body. Burning and fatigue are ok - if you feel pain, stop exercising. If not better after rest, elevation, and ice, see your doctor Moderate exercise.   Physical activity is MODERATE if you feel your heart beating faster, but you are not breathing hard Ramp it up! The benefits of exercise increase as you increase from 30 ... Read on »
Safety Tips When Exercising Outdoors by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:00pm Fitness can happen anywhere. But on a nice Fall day, it’s really tempting to exercise outdoors. You’re probably just like me and many others who enjoy the cool, crisp air of the season. But you have to be aware that sometimes, accidents or injuries may happen. Whether you go for a hike, a run or a bike ride, they happen if you are not careful. ... Read on »