Trainers & Coaches
Why Holiday Weight Gain Still Lingers
Keep up with your exercise and diet efforts, and there will be a lot less weight to lose.
The Ancient Chinese Remedy to Cure Modern Pains
A few minutes of Tai Chi or yoga per day can go a long way toward restoring you to full, pain-free health.
Try Yoga to Reduce Blood Pressure
Yoga has become the new "in" workout, and for good reason.
Yogic Meditation Helps Fight Major Depression
Studies say that yoga intervention can help minimize depression.
I Am John's Lifestyle Change
No matter how crazy your life is, you can make small changes to improve your health.
The Myth of Stress:The Struggle Between Stress and Weight Loss
Find out how to redirect your food choices to better ones in times of stress.
The Health-Promoting Power of Joy (And How to Obtain It)
You don’t need a yoga mat to turn the corners of your mouth up or to take a deep breath. It’s something we can do anywhere, anytime.
Hack Your Stress Before It Hacks You
“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”
How to Breathe for Efficiency, Longevity, and Stress Relief
Good breathing habits make your body more effective, both in and out of your workouts, and have the additional benefit of reducing the stress response.
Stress Shown to Impair Recovery From Workouts
A new study examined the effects of psychological stress on exercise recovery, and the results were pretty conclusive: stress makes it harder to recover.
How to Turn Stress Into a Strength
We are taught to ward off stress with iron crosses and glasses of tea. But it seems as if by doing this, we are holding ourselves back. The negative impact of stress might all be in our mind.
Are We There Yet? The Role of Anticipation in Training
No matter how long I train, every time I collect my gym bag, walk through the door, and suit up, there’s always that sense of anticipation, which, I’m not going to lie, has some anxiety mixed in.
When Stress and Genitals Collide
New science shows that stress increases risk-taking in men and decreases risk-taking in women. What does this have to do with your workout? Read on to find out.
Psychological and Physiological Stress in Pit Crew Athletes
Many people do not automatically think of the word athlete when they think of race car drivers.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
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