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SATURDAYS ARE FOR YOGA!!! What Yoga Can Do For Your Body? -It gives you strength, flexibility, and mind-body awareness. -You’ll also need to do something aerobic (like walking, biking, or swimming) if you’re not doing a fast-moving type of yoga. -If you have high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart problems, ask your doctor what you can do. BENEFITS […]

Cheese – nutritional benefits versus weight gain — Catriona’s Nutrition Blog

Cheese is a good source of both calcium and protein. However cheese can be high in sodium and saturated fats. Whether cheese is a healthy option depends on both the individual and the amount and type of cheese eaten. There are many types of cheese. Cheese can range from mild to mature in flavour and […] […]

Add These 5 Things to Your Diet to Blast Away Your Belly Fat — POPSUGAR Fitness

Losing weight, especially belly fat, can be challenging. We try the new trendy diets, and they work, but only momentarily. The minute we stop the diet and eat another carb, boom – the number on the scale shoots up and pulling the zipper up on that pair of jeans is impossible . . . again.… via […]

Vegan & Gluten-Free Crunchy Caramelized Pecan Pie Bars a.k.a. The Bars That Rendered Me Speechless (Not To Mention, MOUTH FULL!) — Kelly in the Kitch

Okay guys, REAL TALK: I’ve been having a serious freaking craving for pecan pie lately! Pecan pie was actually my mom’s all-time fave dessert! I remember the huge smile on her face when my dad brought it home on Fridays after work & with her love for it, came mine! This recipe was basically my… via […]

3 Reasons Why Women are More Prone to Knee Injuries — Women Fitness Magazine

3 Reasons Women are More Susceptible to Knee Injuries : Did you know female athletes are 4-6 times more likely to injure their knees compared to their male counterparts? The more you know about why this happens, the better you’ll be able to prevent knee injuries during your favorite activities. Keep reading to learn more […]

Sport Psychology Principles for the Strength Coach, Personal Trainer, and Fitness Professional — Build A Strong Mind.

What is Sport Psychology? According to the Essentials of Strength and Conditioning textbook, sport psychology is a sub-discipline of exercise science that seeks to understand how behavior processes influence skilled movement. There are three goals of sport psychology (Baechle, 2008). The first being measuring psychological phenomena. One might do this with surveys. The next goal […] […]