Guest Post by Meredith Hill, R.D.
As a Dietitian, a question I get asked a lot is, “What should I eat when dining out?”. Although “better” answers exist for that question, I always try to make sure the actual take-home message is heard loud and clear–You are better off cooking your own (real) food at home. Let me remind you why.
- It saves you money. We all probably know by now that eating out isn’t cheap...
Standing Split Pose
Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana
Standing Split is a pose that helps increase flexibility in the legs, can help a practitioner become more aware of the rotation of his/her hips, and may also work to improve balance.
To practice Standing Split, start in Virabhadrasana III. Engage your core to slowly lower your hands to the floor. Become aware of the hip on the leg that is raised...
Guest Post by Kristie Bistline from Stringbeans Lifestyle
A gorgeous, sunny, perfectly-tempered day where Mother Nature is in a great mood is screaming for runners and cyclists. On the day I have in mind I headed out with two friends to enjoy the day and a nice run. Montgomery being the small town it is, I will use fake names just to save face but knowing them, they will read this and scream, “that’s ME!!”
Bo, Kat and I started out on what was set to be...
Guest Post by Mimi Coker, Health Coach & Pilates Instructor
What would you say if someone told you that you can absolutely have a body you love, without struggling, depriving or shaming yourself?
As women, so much emphasis is put on our appearance, particularly the size and shape of our bodies. We are bombarded by messages from the media, telling us that we need to be prettier, thinner, younger, etc...