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Four ways massage can help you lose weight

By | February 23rd, 2017|Fitness, Health, Weight Loss|

Losing weight is easier said than done in the recent times. People find it hard to actually lose the excess fat and reduce their weight to ideal levels due to a lot of factors. Little do most people know, there are simple things they do on a regular basis that actually helps shred fat and burn calories. Apparently, getting a [...]

6 serious health conditions that can be cured with the aid of yoga

By | February 15th, 2017|Healthy Living, Natural Healing, Yoga|

It is an undeniable fact that when we are told, “yoga is good for you,” we can’t help but agree. Yoga relaxes the mind and spirit, encourages physical fitness and thriving habits surpassing limits, and also acts as a practice serving to only benefit and promote genuine wellness within the human body. While yoga is [...]

Tips for becoming the morning person you’ve always wanted to be

By | February 6th, 2017|Fitness, Healthy Habits, Healthy Living, Sleep Tips|

Guest blogger submission I’m always tired, but getting sleep is tough! In 2017, we want to lead healthier lives. We spend all this time stepping up our workouts, eating healthy foods, and putting in the extra hours to get ahead. But this can often leave us tired, worn out, and eventually we want to give [...]

You don’t have to be a zombie: top tips for improving your quality of sleep

By | February 1st, 2017|Fitness, Healthy Habits, Healthy Living, Sleep Tips|

Guest Blogger submission It's so important to have a good night sleep every night, and around eight hours is recommended for the average adult. Sleep will help you function as you should in your everyday life and also put you in a better mood. How many times have you had a bad night sleep and felt like [...]

All you need to know about electrolytes and why you need them~

By | January 24th, 2017|electrolytes, Fitness, Healthy Habits, Healthy Living|

Guest Blogger submission Fitness has become the prime need for so many people. We indulge in sports and workout to get fit bodies and a stress-free soul, but sometimes, due to lack of vital nutrients and electrolyte, this workout gets converted into pain! It is a pure misconception that your body needs only fluids and calories [...]

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 [...]

Health Benefits of Strength Training

By | November 23rd, 2016|Exercise, Fitness, Strength Training|

Guest Blog Post by Fitness Professional Patrick Lenhoff Strength training is very beneficial to many people because it offers quite a bit of protection from a variety of ailments, and it helps to keep a person healthy. When people complete workouts, they can increase their body’s immune system to ward off diseases and colds. There [...]

How to Develop Morning Exercise Habit

By | November 19th, 2016|Exercise, Exercise Habits, Fitness|

Guest Blog Post by Ultra Marathoner Dan Chabert I don't think I've ever known someone who has complained about having too much time on her (or his) hands. Practically everyone I know leads a life that is filled to the brim with obligations related to career and family, if not also so much more. It's not surprising [...]

Lack of Physical Activity as Dangerous as Smoking

By | November 10th, 2016|Exercise, Lifestyle Habits, Physical Inactivity, Sedentary Lifestyle|

Guest Blog Post by Health & Fitness Expert Margaux Diaz According to the CDC, 80% of American adults don’t meet recommended exercise guidelines or more precisely, only one in five people meet both aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise recommendations. Even without official reports, it’s safe to see that most people aren’t overly active nowadays. Somehow, comfortable [...]