Regardless of your fitness level and current regime, the majority of you will benefit from adding at least a few of these techniques into your weekly plan. I know this with certainty because they are designed to combat a particular set of postural problems, and subsequent injuries, that as I see everyday.
The blog below is a guest contribution by my good friend Tanya, founder of The Wellness Hub (NZ). We're sure to be hearing much more from Tanya in the future. Why? Her words are powerful, discover for yourself!
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February 19, 2014
One of the things that I really hope to inspire in other people is being able to see the enjoyment and pleasure in food. Being able to look at food in a different light, and seeing the real beauty in fresh produce, and the richness it can bring to your life in the form of good health and creativity.
As movie-goers the world over are once again gripped by Superman Fever, I finally have an excuse to combine two of my main interests: Superheroes and Human performance!
Hey GAME OF THRONES geeks, ever wondered how Jason Momoa got so ripped to play Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones AND Conan the barbarian.
It’s usually around this time of year, as the days begin to finally start getting a little longer, that a significant number of you will come up with a crazy idea to run either a marathon or half marathon as a pre-summer get fit plan.
Or EPOC (Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption) refers to the increased oxygen consumption above resting levels that the body is using to recover to a pre-exercise state.