High Intensity Training in 10 Minutes Time is tight during the holiday festivities. It can be easy to overlook your body’s need to move. Here is a quick workout that will get your body working and help you burn those extra Thanksgiving meal calories. And, one of the most important areas we can target in our workouts is our core. It keeps our back safe and makes a lot of daily activities easier. This
Yoga September is National Yoga Awareness month. There are many benefits to yoga that help you align your mind, body and spirit. Some of physical benefits include increased flexibility, muscle tone and strength, energy and vitality, enhanced metabolism, weight reduction, cardiovascular health, and protection from injury. The mental benefits are also important: calmness, mental clarity, relaxed mind, sharpened focus, and increased body awareness. Here’s a simple 10-minute morning routine to get you started. Tadasana,
Beginner HIT (High Intensity Training) Workout 3 rounds, 20 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest Jab, cross, front (right side): Stand with the right foot in front of the left, hips facing to your left side. Bring your arms up into a boxing position. Jab (punch) forward with the right arm, then throw a “cross” punch with the left arm, letting your body rotate as your left arm crosses over your body to the right.
It can be so challenging to fit in a quick workout with busy schedules and lifestyles. This month, especially, is no exception! With most of us preparing for, and attending, Holiday celebrations, even a 30-minute workout is just not attainable. This month, I found a great 12-minute workout. That’s right, 12 minutes! But that’s not the best part…this little gem has been clinically proven to reverse osteoporotic bone loss!!! Yoga for the win! - Dr.
"Squeezing in this 30 minute HIIT (High Intesity Interval Training) workout today will contribute to your goal of 150 minutes of physical activity each week. I particularly like HIIT workouts because they they go by fast, are effective in conditioning your heart and cardiovascular system, and produce results! I hope you enjoy this workout as much as I did!" - Dr. Margaret Litchy-Miller Recipe For a HIIT Workout Perform each exercise in order for 45 seconds