Body, mind, and spirit. In order for us to fully understand the human body and ourselves, we mustn’t disconnect them. They are all very important parts of one system that is the vessel in which we experience the world.
If you took a few minutes to read the previous post on the mental benefits of exercise, you’re in the know and ready to continue the “Exercise as Medicine” series.
The word “wellness” has become popularized over the past few years, but what does it really mean? When we think of wellness, we are reminded of our well-being, including our mental, physical, and emotional health. In order to improve our well-being, we explore all of the moving parts in our life and examine how they are impacting our mental, physical, and emotional health. We take a look at our mental health and how our sanity is doing. We examine our emotional status, taking a look at all the relationships in our life and examine how they are impacting us. We take a look in the mirror and see if our body is living up to our standards. If it isn’t, we begin cleaning up our nutrition and creating a habit of exercising.
Want to learn what the best exercise machine to lose weight is? You're in the right place. Fat loss is by far the most common reason people workout. I mean, that’s probably why you’re here, right? Even if fat loss isn’t your primary goal, odds are it’s still very important to you. As you may have heard before, the best thing you can do for yourself when it comes to reaching your fat loss goals is be consistent.
What are your current diet or fitness goals? If you’re like most women, chances are your main objective is to attain a particular body weight or be able to fit into a certain dress size. But instead of focusing on the number on your scale or clothes labels, research indicates you’d be better off striving for strength.
If cardio is the foundation of a good workout, then strength training could be considered the building blocks that take your workout to the next level. Strength training plays a crucial role in not only enabling you to achieve your cardio goals, but also in your overall health. The following items are just some of the ways strength training can pump up your workouts while making you healthier.
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