Today I’m going to discuss how you can change the relationship you have with time to decrease your stress levels and improve your wellbeing.
Squatting is known as the ‘king’ of exercises, as it is one of the most productive. However, it is difficult to both learn and master. Do not give up at the first hurdle, help is at hand.
Sleep is so important and often the one thing that people don’t give time to. When you lack sleep everything in your daily life is affected.
Here’s my tips for getting a better night’s sleep…
For me personally I have always been someone who instinctively ‘gives’, and this was apparent from such an early age. I have always been a kind of ‘Florence Nightingale’, character, helping anyone who crossed my path in life and needed some help; be it emotional, physical, mental, spiritual or financial.
January is the month for feeling ‘miserable’. Its cold, wet, light levels are diminished upon ‘kick out’ from work, and all you want to do is hibernate. Even those people around you who you view as ‘hard workers’ retreat into a hibernation.
Soft tissues in the body like muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments can be manipulated to help resolve any discomfort from the stress of everyday life or even the over use of your muscles.
Most people live very busy lives and in today’s society it is fast paced with many people resorting to the quick and easy ways or even cutting corners by using machines, toner belts etc.
Does music motivate you? Could music deter you? Is music something that will cause you less success and less concentration if you listen to it whilst training?
You have been out on a run and somehow pulled a calf muscle, tendon or maybe even trapped a nerve but you are literally days away from an event and you need help so that you can still participate in your sports event.
Did you know that obesity and bad living habits are now something that the media pick on everyday?