This exercise has a few hidden challenges, not that the exercise, itself, isn’t challenging enough. What I’m talking about is the importance of maintaining an erect position and being strong and well planted on your standing base. There’s a tendency to adjust your posture to compensate for the strain of holding out your extended arm. … Continue reading →June 22, 2017
This exercise is considered an “isometric exercise”, meaning you’re using your body to move an unmovable object. Here, you’re creating this unmovable object by stepping on your belt; you are the unmovable object. The idea of this exercise is that you create your own level of the intensity you want to “pull” against and can… Continue reading →June 15, 2017
This particular exercise involves your entire body. In order to properly perform it you must pay attention to all the mechanics of it. Focus your mind on what you’re about to do, and do that focus in detail – each movement is important. And, of course, remember to breathe correctly (Diaphragmatic Breathing). As always, check… Continue reading →June 8, 2017
This exercise will test your strength, your balance, your coordination and your focus because of the many body parts that necessarily come into play at the same time. Then, add diaphragmatic breathing to the mix – there’s a lot going on, here. As always, and before beginning any exercise program, check with your medical team… Continue reading →June 5, 2017
This exercise can be done almost anywhere that has even a single step and a support for balance, such as: a railing, a wall, a lamppost if you’re doing it on a curb, or even a tree if you’re doing it on a large tree root, etc. The diversity of locations to do these exercises… Continue reading →
There are tons of farms all over the US that allow the general public to come in and pick your own produce. It’s a wonderful way to get out of the city and in touch with where your food comes from. Farm fresh food is more nutritious and you can create some new family traditions or even delve into the ancient art of food preservation. Get more tips on picking your own produce.