4 body weight exercises

4 Body Weight Exercises To Get You Fit

April 11, 2018 Amandalee 0

Moving our bodies is so important, but it’s something that can be pushed off when we “get busy”. Life is busy, being able to do exercises without lots of equipment, can make it easier. Enter body weight exercises. You use your own body weight instead of lifting extra weights. Having […]

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Can Walking Your Dog Increase Your Brain Health?

March 14, 2018 Amandalee 0

I’ve been making time to get my body moving on a regular basis. We tend to lead sedentary lifestyles these days, always sitting. At the computer at work, on the couch at home and in the car. I came across this article over on the Natural News website that said […]

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Qi Gong Morning Routine for More Energy

March 5, 2018 Amandalee 0

I’ve been wanting to change up my morning routine, and also get back into Qi Gong. I used to practice Qi Gong years ago and it really helped me to feel more in my body as well as developing my abilities to sense energy. Surfing around on YouTube I found […]

5 Reasons To Drink Coconut Water Daily

5 Reasons To Drink Coconut Water Daily

March 4, 2018 Amandalee 0

Coconut water is the nearly colorless liquid contained within a coconut, and you can find it in all kinds of stores these days. I recently found it in my local Co-op! When it is in its natural form it is a refreshingly light, and mildly sweet drink. It also has […]

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Neck and Shoulder Relief with Yoga Stretching

February 13, 2018 Amandalee 0

Most of us these days spend a ton of time bend over our devices. We are a connected society and that means usually always attached to some device that’s dinging, chiming or buzzing at us. What also comes with this is some tense neck and shoulder muscles. My chiropractor jokingly […]

Statins Might Not Work for Heart Disease

May 5, 2016 purposelywell 0

Statins, which we reported may be over-prescribed earlier this week, may not even be an effective treatment for heart disease according to research from 2015 [1]. Researchers analyzed the experimental protocol and data surrounding multiple studies and came to the conclusion that statins may not have a correlation with reducing […]

Bone Density Increased By Running

April 21, 2016 purposelywell 0

According to new evidence, running frequently for long distances increases bone density. Researchers at Camilo José Cela University’s Sports Science Institute [1] found runners of either gender to have increased bone stiffness compared to their less-active counterparts. The study of 122 marathon runners and an age-matched sedentary control group used […]

Calories In Calories Out Rebound Gains

February 7, 2016 purposelywell 0

So everyone preaches eat less, move more. The TV show the Biggest Loser epitomizes that. And it works short term! With highly restricted calories and excessive workouts you can loose a lot of size and weight. But as soon as you go off it, the weight rebounds back even more. […]

Losing Weight Is Not About Food or Exercise

October 28, 2015 purposelywell 0

Most of us have been taught to think that losing weight and keeping it off long term is about what we eat and how much we exercise. Actually that is only a tiny part of it. If you are subconsciously sabotaging yourself all the diet and exercise in the world […]

Workout Bars Evaluated

October 13, 2015 purposelywell 0

With the focus on working out and getting your exercise, many of us have fallen for the idea that we need workout drinks and workout bars. When you check out a health food store there are pre-workout, during work-out, post-workout and more. How do you know what you need?  The […]

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