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Heart Health and the Benefits of Pilates to Improve Your Quality of Life

Heart Health and Pilates to Improve Your Life

Heart Health is More than just Cardio. Yes, the heart is a muscle and it’s important to do activities that get our blood pumping.  To keep our heart strong and work on improving heart health with exercise it’s important to do at least 20-60 minutes of aerobic activity (walking, running, biking, swimming, rowing, elliptical, hiking, […]

Posted by administrator in Exercise and Fitness, Pilates.

Strength vs Flexibility: Which is Better for Health Improvement?

Curious to know what might help you improve your health quicker, focusing on strength vs flexibility? Which is better for health improvement, strength vs flexibility? Have you ever wondered which part of your fitness program you should really be focusing most of your time on? It’s an interesting question, and while I might spark some controversy with my comments […]

Posted by administrator in Flexibility & Stretching, Strength Training.

Choose to MOVE: What Movement Means for Whole-Body Health

Choose to MOVE your muscles to stay strong, healthy, & fit! As we head into a NEW Year, I’d like to share with you a few thoughts about choosing to MOVE, and what movement means for your whole-body health.  Kicking off a new year, gives us a clean slate, a fresh start, it’s a moment […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Functional Movement, Health.

Features & Flaws: The Mind-Body Mindset

Perspective: How We Look and Feel About Our Body – Men vs. Women This cartoon came across my Facebook stream last week, and while it’s good for a laugh, it also gets right to the point. This man and women quickly demonstrate the differences between the male and female perspective when it comes to what […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Mind-Body Health.

Health and Hypothyroidism

Well after months of dragging my butt around and feeling like crap, weight gain, extremely low blood pressure, a serious bout of depression, lack of enthusiasm for life and only doing low intensity exercise – because anything vigorous really hasn’t been an option…  I’ve finally have found a health-care provider with enough brain-cells to start […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Links to Interesting Articles.

Living a Happy Life with Depression

A Year-End REVIEW of My Achievements (and Mental Sanity) Learning to live a happy life with depression can be a really big challenge.  As I reflect on my own personal Woo-Hoos and Boo-Hoos for 2012, I’ve got a lot to celebrate!

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Mind-Body Health.

Helpful Strategies To Reduce Back Pain and Improve Posture

According to the American Chiropractic Association a staggering one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year! Back pain is one of the most common reasons to miss a day of work, and in most cases the cause of the pain is mechanical – meaning poor posture, muscle imbalances, strength, flexibility, […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems, Posture Improvement.

7 Health Tips to Help Get Relief for Knee Pain

Relief for Knee pain

Chronic knee pain can put a quick halt to your active life.  Depending on the issues surgery or joint replacement might be the most viable solution.  But even with knee surgery, you can potentially be left with a whole new set of knee problems, or issues with other body parts and joints.   Keeping our body […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Exercise and Fitness, Functional Movement.

A Motivational Tip for Personal Growth & Wellness Success: BECOMING

Here is a motivational tip for personal growth, development, and self-improvement.  Are you ready to BECOME the Change you want to SEE for health improvement and wellness success?

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Motivation, Inspiration & Goal Setting.

The Importance of Form for Functional Movement and Whole-Body Health

Are your daily habits helping or hurting your body?  Do you want to feel great and can’t figure out why you don’t?  Is form and functional movement something that you focus on during your workouts and daily-life activities?

Posted by Aliesa George in Functional Movement, Health.