Another way to minimize post-workout muscle soreness is the appropriate nutrition. Not to get too technical, your muscle glycogen is depleted after a workout and other chemicals are being released to break down the muscle tissue. This is known as the “catabolic” state. This is the time to refuel your body with what your muscles [...]Read More
You hear it all the time in the news, this celebrity or some other famous person claims to have lost weight with yoga, but can yoga really help you lose weight? The answer is yes and there are a couple of ways how.
Practicing any type of yoga will
I recently picked up a book entitle Women’s Health Perfect Body Diet: The Ultimate Weight Loss and Workout Plan to Drop Stubborn Pounds and Get Fit for Life (Hardcover).
I must have at least 4 dozen books on Fitness, Health and Exercise/Workout related books. So I have seen or read a lot of fitness/health related books. Some books have more substances than others. Some are too dry for my taste and read like a medical/college text books, while others are full of fluff. In any case, I am always reading, researching and learning on how to provide the best fitness and wellness service to my clients.
This book is by far one of the best book I have encounter in a long time, especially for my female clients. The book is divided in 3 sections. Each section is very well written and researched.
I am especially impressed with the section on Workout/Exercise Section entitles -Perfect Movement. I highly recommend this book to anyone of my clients to pick up and use as a guide and resource book for their pursuit of wellness. I was able to pick mine up at Big Lots in Geneva, NY last week for $5. One of the best $5 I have ever spent.
I hope to blog more about this book in the next couple of weeks.
- Get fit with the Women’s Health perfect body diet
- The WH Perfect Body Diet – Article
- The Women’s Health Perfect Body Diet – Article
It seems that I am not invincible, not that I ever really thought I was. But over the last few weeks, I’ve developed a sore throat and cough that I just can’t shake. Fortunately, after a trip to the doctor’s office, I found out that although I do have a respiratory infection, after some antibiotics, [...]Read More