What started as something I thought I might do for a week turned into a daily consistent habit.
I thought if I wrote about that I would never have enough material. That I could talk about it for a long time. And the wonderful thing is that I did. It’s been a year and I’ve written a blog, albeit short, but every day. It was my habit. And it still is my habit.
But the main lesson here is consistency.
My goal started off as something I thought I might do for a few days or a few weeks. I’m kind of shocked that I kept it up for a whole year and didn’t miss a day! Thanks to all of my lovely beautiful readers.
Salad greens provide fiber, vitamins and minerals your body needs to maintain optimal health.
Think of these simple green leaves as vitamins grown directly from the earth, up through the soil, made for humans and animals to eat.
You can dress it up or go the more plain route… But it is so good for your body if you eat a salad every day.
For those of you who prefer more quantitative benefits here is a chart:
I love the ViPR, for training others and myself. I’ve been taking ViPR for almost three years and have been teaching for almost two years.
I like this video, where Haley Holland explains how to use the ViPR as a fascia training tool:
Have you used this portable equipment for your training?
The ViPR portable equipment uses principles of loaded movement, nose to toes training and functional mobility moves to make you stronger and burn more calories than other types of training.
Sometimes, at the end of my class, before the cool down I’ll do ViPR for abs moves.
Here are examples of some:
They may look easy but they’re challenging and definitely make your abdominal muscles stronger. Benefits of this include supporting your back muscles and reducing belly fat.
Do you do exercises for your abdominal muscles?
Warming up your muscles and creating mobility slowly in your muscles prepares your body for a strenuous workout.
Warming up prepares the body for exercise and helps to prevent injury.
But what are some good exercises to do? There are so many options. Choose what is right for you and your body today. Remember to listen to your body. What was good for you yesterday may not necessarily be correct for you today.
Here are some ideas:
Yoga is for everybody. Little ones can be as inspirational as a yoga master. This is something that I learned when teaching very young children yoga in a class over 10 years ago.
Children have supple relaxed bodies. They also don’t worry about the past or the future as much as adults might. Remaining in the present helps person stay in the pose and experience all the benefits of that pose.
Here are some great poses for moms and kids to do together: