Have you ever wondered when eating something, ‘how many calories are in this? what does this compare to? is this REALLY good for me?
This video opens up your eyes to what 2,000 calories look like.
78% of 18-year-old women are unhappy with their bodies. And this is why.
I’m part of that 78%.
What makes up your core? The core consists of your abdominal, back, and lower back regions. A strong and stable core is vital for good balance, proper posture, and injury prevention.
- You want a strong and stable core so it will help to stabilize the muscles involved with balance.
- As you grow older you want to keep a strong core so you can maintain proper posture. This is important especially the older you get. Back pain, neck pain, and several other forms of pain can result from not having a strong core which can result in poor posture over the years.
- Injury prevention is another amazing benefit of working the core. Of course not all injuries can be prevented, BUT most can be or at least the injury can be lessened.
- Below are some of the exercises you can do to strengthen your core. I recommend performing twenty to as many repetitions as you can for two to three sets and as often as you can.
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Running! Not many people enjoy it, BUT what if you could make it fun?! Would you run? Many of you have heard of triathlons, which sound like to much work for me. However when I heard of THE WARRIOR DASH, I checked it out and immediatley decided I was going to RUN!!
It is an 3.11 mile course. While running you have to conquer 12 obstacles being
- Rubber Ricochet
- Satan’s Steps
- Tipsy Tightrope
- Deadweight Drifter
- Vertical Limit
- Assassins Escape
- Storming Normandy
- Giant Cliffhanger
- Great Warrior Wall
- Cargo Climb
- Warrior Roast
- Muddy Mayhem
Acrobatic Yoga. Talk about upper body strength!
This post is going to be short but oh so sweet!
I was watching you tube workout videos earlier and came across some of the Angels workout routines. Below are some leg, arm, core and glute workout videos, that get the girls runway ready!
Lindsay Ellington – Legs
Doutzen Kroes – Arms
Candice Swaneopol – Core
Alessandra Ambrosio – Glutes