Your body systems' ability to work together and efficiently to allow you to become healthy and perform activities at optimum level
RESISTANCE EXERCISE BANDS
Resistance bands can be a good option to consider for beginners and others. Bands build strength. They exert a certain amount of force on your muscles. Bands can be used for upper and lower body training.
WOMEN AND RUNNING
Regular running has been found to reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes in women. Running also is know to reduce the blood pressure. Running boosts the health of vital organs like the heart and lungs.
CYCLING FOR HEALTH AND WEIGHTLOSS
Cycling is a cardio workout. This workout begins to burn fat at the first 20 minutes. Cycling for an hour burns about 650 calories for a 180 pound individuals. Riding six days a week for a year burns about 58 pounds of body fat.
MEDITATION BRINGS IT ALL TOGETHER
Meditation is a great tool for active women because it is one of the best resources to help relieve stress and anxiety. In as little as 5 minutes, you can meditate the stresses of work and home away.
POWER OF LEG LIFTS
Have you heard of leg lifts for relaxing after a tiring day? You might know about putting your legs on the couch. But have you tried lifting them up against the wall? This yoga pose will help you relax, and improve your blood circulation, boost energy, and relieve foot pain. The benefits of this exercise are enormous as it helps balance the body. Just 20 minutes of this exercise is considered helpful enough to calm the nervous system and lower stress and anxiety. When blood circulation increases in the body, it elevates the venous drainage, relieves tension or fatigue from the legs, feet and even the hips.
SEATED TWIST POSE
Seated Twist is a gentle spinal twist that opens up the hips and stretches the chest, shoulders, upper and lower back. It's a fantastic pose to alleviate pain in the neck and upper back.
MUDRA - HAND GESTURES
Ancient in origin, mudras are hand gestures used in yoga and meditation, which mean 'mark' or 'seal' in Sanskrit. Mudras are called seals since you are actively joining two parts of the hand. In the Mudra philosophy, it is believed that our 5 fingers correspond to the 5 elements of the universe - water, earth, ether, air and fire. A mudra is a gesture, usually done with the hands, that focuses and directs energy in a yoga pose or meditation.