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Benefits of Bikram Hot Yoga and What You Need

By | January 19th, 2017|Inspiration, Yoga|

Guest article on Bikram yoga (aka hot yoga) written by Yoga and Fitness Instructor Emily Brathen. Done in a room with a temperature of 104 degrees and 40% humidity, hot yoga or Bikram yoga as it’s popularly known is practiced for 90 minutes and consist of serious postures including 2 breathing sessions. It’s not only beneficial [...]

How Being a ‘Couch Potato’ Can Be Linked to Increased Anxiety Risks

By | January 11th, 2017|Anxiety, Eating Clean, Exercise Habits, Guest Bloggers, Healthy Living|

Live Well Guest Blog Post by Sarah Biel Not many people are aware that being a couch potato can alter the structure of the brain and the shape of neurons which potentially causes damage to the heart and can be detrimental to your mental health.  Several studies have been carried out on links between sedentary [...]

Muscleman of Technology Shares Hottest Products from IDEA World.

By | August 20th, 2016|Electric Massager, Hot Fitness Products, Percussive Massager|

The 2016 IDEA World Fitness Convention & Expo recently wrapped-up at the LA Convention Center and The Muscleman of Technology Bruce Pechman brought back the hottest products from the show floor, including the MyoBuddy Massager Pro®, to share with Good Morning San Diego viewers! Check out Bruce's Good Morning San Diego segment featuring the hottest [...]

Post Workout Nutrition Timing

By | July 26th, 2016|Nutrition, Post-Workout Nutrition, Post-Workout Recovery, Recovery|

Guest Blog Post By: Phil Slater So you just finished an intense weight lifting session or some sweat-inducing cardio? Great! But did you know you could be missing out on some huge benefits if you aren’t following a proper post workout nutrition routine? If properly executed, a proper nutrition plan following a work out could [...]

5 Ways to Supercharge Your Post-Workout Recovery

By | July 22nd, 2016|Recovery, Stretching, Workout Recovery, Workout Tips|

Guest Blog Post By Samantha Olivier No matter how well-planned your workout program is, one cannot achieve their desired progress without an adequate recovery process. You might motivate yourself to train harder and push yourself to the limits, but without recovery, one increases the risks of general burnout, illness, loss of motivation, and various injuries. [...]

15-Minute Healing Meals for Nourishing Body and Soul

By | July 19th, 2016|Healthy Living, Healthy Recipes, Nutrition, Recipes|

Live Well Recipes Our perfect weeknight meal is packed with vegetables and whole foods, fills us up, and tastes delicious—all while being easy enough to put together quickly. Need inspiration on what to cook? We've got you covered! Try these 15-Minute Healing Meals courtesy of MindBodyGreen that are all about feeding yourself well with minimal [...]

Top Tips for Treating Sore Hamstrings

By | July 6th, 2016|Athletic Injury, Hamstring Injury, Percussive Massager, Running Injury, Treating Sore Muscles|

Sore and injured hamstrings are a common athletic injury, especially with sports involving running and rapid acceleration and deceleration, and treating sore hamstrings is very important. In human anatomy, a hamstring is any of the three tendons contracted by three posterior thigh muscles (semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris), and the term is often also used [...]

6 Tips for Building Healthy Burgers

By | July 4th, 2016|Healthy Hamburgers, Healthy Recipes, July 4th|

Get festive for the 4th of July with an all-American cookout classic, the Hamburger! It's Independence Day and the perfect time to fire up the grill and throw on some burgers. Need help choosing the best ingredients? We've got you covered! Follow these tips from preventive cardiology dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, for choosing the [...]

5 Strength and Flexibility Exercises for Senior Citizens

By | June 28th, 2016|Aging, Senior Citizen Exercises, Senior Fitness|

Guest Blog Post by Andrew Fox With the increase in age, people become more prone to several health diseases. Joint problems like inflammation and muscle cramps are common among senior citizens. So, if you want to avoid these problems, you need to perform some exercises regularly. For selecting the best exercises, adults need to ask [...]

Top Food Recommendations for Boosting Mental Health

By | June 23rd, 2016|Brain Health, Healthy Brain Diet, Mental Health, Nutrition|

Guest Blog Post by Evie Coles Which food items will quickly improve mental health? Good food and healthy eating habits have a profound impact on the brain. This has given rise to a new concept in psychiatry known as “nutritional psychiatry”. Today, psychiatrists believe that following a good diet has a positive bearing on the [...]