Natarajasana or "dancer pose" is one of the most powerful poses in yoga. It stems from the Sanskrit words nata meaning "dancer" and raja meaning "king," which translates into King of The Dance. I believe it is a pose that creates a sense of balance and true bliss, which is why I am on a mission to spread it all around ...
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Resistant bands are compact, portable, and inexpensive. They are great for those who want to exercise at home, or who like to take their workouts along when they travel. Resistance bands can be used the same way that a dumbbell can be used plus they allow for a greater range of motion and come in ...
Basic Step- Up Exercise Find a step and get steppin'. Simply, keep your right food planted on step and step up with your left leg squeezing buns and core muscles while lifting knee to your chest. Lower left foot back down slow and repeat using same leg. Aim for 8-13 reps. Switch legs and repeat for ...
Find A Step & Get Lunging! Looking to tone, strengthen and show off your sexy legs? Then this exercise is for you. Simply, start with your left toe curled under on a step or a bench. Take a step out with your right foot keeping your foot planted flat on the ground. Lunge down, ...
Crunched for time? Check out this 5 minute full-body workout. Before you know it, these 5 minutes will be over and you will feel rejuvenated and energizing knowing that you treated your body to something so wonderful!
Running the Turkey Trot this year? Want to improve your PR? Research suggests that short, 30 second sprint intervals may help you get faster and more fit. Evidence shows that short, high intensity sprint workouts improve aerobic capacity and endurance in about half the time of traditional endurance exercise. If your goal is to ...