Yoga allows you to tap into your inner power, be present with no distraction, release tension, reduce your cholesterol, blood pressure, sleep better, and correct your posture. Yes – Yoga is a miracle drug.
Our Kimberly Garrison, certified fitness trainer and Health/Wellness contributor at TBNM shows us how to take advantage of the last days of summer with yoga.
I appreciate BNM Kimberly for her simple, results-driven techniques, and wonderful smile to get us through a workout. Thanks, sis!
Will you try yoga before the close of summer? Let me know your thoughts and please share this post with a friend.
*Kimberly Garrison is available for fitness coaching and consultations. Email her at email@example.com.
This is the perfect time to take a trip to the movie theaters and see a GOOD movie and enjoy all the (FREE) air conditioning and snacks (I bring my own and my kids cringe).
Let’s see … So far I’ve seen Harry Potter (fair); Transformers (good); and, Winnie The Pooh (fantastic for my little one); however, I am ready to support a fresh concept, young faces, and, an interesting science-fiction script. You?
I have the perfect movie for you … Attack The Block.
Mark and I taped an upcoming show for BE’s ‘Brand New You’ about getting in shape on a dime with easy workouts.
Mark has an interesting story, he once was an overweight kid who joined the armed services, got in shape and created Brand Mark Jenkins to empower everyday people to get moving mentally and physically.
He followed his passion and the celebrities discovered him through his authenticity and now he is the go-to-trainer transforming the mind and body of modern day icons from Mary J. Blige to Beyonce and D’Angelo (killer abs in ‘How Does it Feel).
Summer is officially here. Whether you stayed true to your New Year’s Resolutions, or not, you still have time to get into sizzling shape for that bikini. Here are a few practical tips to get you started.
Write it down!
Some wise person once said that, “failure to plan – is planning to fail.” What you need is a plan. Write down every single thing you would like to accomplish from your workouts and also write down every thing you eat, too. Want more upper body strength, a toned mid-section, rippling biceps? Guess what, it’s starts in the kitchen, baby. Diet is 80% of the equation and exercise is 20%, but you still have to do both. There are no short cuts, and no amount of exercise can replace poor nutrition. So, write it down, you are ten times more likely to reach your goal if you write it down. Continue reading →