Despite plenty of new postpartum fitness programs, the guidelines for what you can do when are seriously vague. Here’s the truth about returning to exercise after having a baby.
There are many misconceptions about yoga and those who practice it. Many assume that you must be religious, practice veganism, or be able to put your foot behind your head in order to participate.
One night, I walked in the door from work to find my partner on the floor, on his back, holding our giggling 6-month-old baby on his knees as he did leg lifts.
Forget “no pain, no gain!” With these clever moves, you’ll strain less and slim twice as fast, promises fitness-guru-to-the-stars Kristin McGee. Her secret: using a resistance band to speed sculpting and melt fat without adding bulk.
Supercharge your day in just eight minutes with four moves from renowned yoga instructor Kristin McGee. The fit mom of three promises these moves will make you stronger, more flexible and less prone to injuries…
So you want to lose weight, get in shape, or build strength, but you’re worried about your joints (or dealing with an injury). You don’t have to go HAM in the gym or do crazy plyometrics to achieve your goals!
If you’re a mom, yoga can seem like the last thing you want or are able to do, but seriously, the practice and these poses will make a world of difference in how you feel and manage your day and mood. While motherhood can be one of the most rewarding and wonderful experiences, it also presents its series of challenges.
When you picture the all-American family, images of lawns and other comforts of suburban life likely come to mind. But a push toward minimalism and emphasis on location and experiences over square footage has some families staying in the city. Raising kids in NYC has its own set of unique challenges and rewards.
You lead a busy life, whether that means going to class, working a demanding job, raising kids, or anything in between. But you don’t have to let your crammed schedule stall your fitness goals.
One of the best forms of exercise during the summertime is yoga. The hot weather complements the practice, and International Yoga Day occurs right around the Summer Solstice. But if your regular yoga practice feels a little stagnant in this heat, then you may want to try a different kind of yoga class. Because even though vinyasa flow is popular for a reason, you might be itching to change things up a bit this summer.
Whether your goal is to rock that new sleeveless dress or just perform everyday activities with ease, training the shoulders is an important part of any well-rounded exercise routine. Defined shoulders are a sign of strength, help to improve posture and can boost self-confidence, but strong shoulders are about so much more than just appearance.