Tag: yoga

Fitscope Is The Fitness App That Livestreams Instructor-Led Classes Virtually To Any Gym

Running on the treadmill can be so boring. But what if you were able to participate in an instructor-led class that helped motivate and guide you, all on your own time from your own gym? Fitscope is the fitness app that is making this possible. What Is Fitscope? Fitscope livestreams instructor-led classes that are designed

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This Is What It’s Like To Do Mommy And Me Yoga

With a toddler I often find myself doing a whole lot of OMMMM and Woosha breathing techniques throughout any given day. I also find myself getting into poses like reaching down to pick up toys and curling up in fetal position to avoid getting kicked in my sleep. But in all seriousness, although the times

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ToeSox Full Toe Bellarina Grip Socks Review

Putting our best foot forward when it comes to our health and fitness often means getting our toes wet in various classes or workouts. Just as a good running shoe is important to a runner, a good grip sock is the ultimate gear necessity for anyone who is taking up yoga, Pilates, Barre and other

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Rest Day Workout: To Run Or Not To Run?

If you are thinking about whether or not to run, then you should run! So, today was supposed to be a rest day. However, I had some extra afternoon free time and lots on my mind, so I just couldn’t resist a short run. Now rest days are really important during any training. Your muscles

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Finding the Right Yoga for You

By Caitlin Boyle for Discover and Play Practiced for thousands of years by billions of people, yoga is an umbrella term for many styles that suit different needs and appeal to different people. Here’s a breakdown of the five most common types of yoga practiced in America: Hatha:  Hatha yoga is the perfect style for

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Hula Hoops Put Circus Spin on Cardio Workouts

Many people can remember hula hooping in their childhood, hips moving around in circles, finding that strength and balance to prevent the hoop from hitting the floor. While hula hooping was a fun activity in our youth, fitness experts are bringing the toy back and incorporating it into workouts. Traditionally used as a circus prop

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The Blog Hop: The Writing Process

Being asked by the awesome writer Traci Cox of the blog, marginalia to participate in the blog hop post had my fingers jumping for joy as they dancing along the keyboard to the constantly clacking of keys, music to my ears as I typed in a silent room. For those you don’t know Traci, you

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Wellness Wednesday

It can be hard to stay motivated when the mid-week mark hits. We often become busy balancing work, relationships, and fitness regimens throughout the week and may just feel too tired to stick to our goals. Sometimes we need to slow down and enjoy the little things in life that makes us happy, remembering why

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