Posture is an important part of our lives. Posture counts. It can make us feel good or bad, not only mentally but also physically. Imagine walking around slumped over all the time, how do you think you feel? When you notice someone walking like this what is the first thing that pops into your mind? It’s probably something along these lines-they look like they are carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders. Compare that posture to the posture you have when you really feel great. You can see it in how you walk down the street can’t you? Carry yourself high and proud. Remember the old saying behavior changes attitude and vice versa. If you are slumping, do yourself a favor and perk up!
Posture is an important part of our lives. Posture counts. It can make us feel good or bad, not only mentally but also physically. Imagine walking around slumped over all the time, how do you think you feel? When you notice someone walking like this what is the first thing that pops into your mind? It’s probably something along these lines-they look like they are carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders.
Women are the ultimate multitaskers. They are mothers, partners, scientists, athletes, activists, healers, artists, business people, sexual beings, the list goes on and on. Throughout history, women have pushed the boundaries that have been placed on them. Our fight for equity serves us all; as individuals and as a society.
It has been a record year for snowfall and moving it away from the sidewalks and driveways as it continues to pile up hasn’t gotten any easier. If you are fortunate enough to have a snow plow rig then this may not be worth reading any further but if you’re using a snow blower or a shovel then it may help keep you from getting hurt.
If you wear glasses, use hearing aids, and during this COVID-19 pandemic, also wear a mask, this piece is for you! This is longer than the normal one from me, but it is highly informative and I urge you to read it through to make the day easier when combining all three of the aforementioned articles.
It is normal to have life events and changes get in the way of staying active. However, there are ways to get yourself back on track. Remember, to get the most out of exercise and physical activity, they need to be a regular part of your life.
071020 Controlled environment by Daniel Pare, N.C.C.P., C.S.O.St. Thomas Ontario Canada519-633-0771 Hi everyone and welcome back. This time I have decided to make it about what the environment in a gym should be. I know for a fact that a lot of people do not go to gyms or simply will not go, and this … Continue reading 071020 Controlled environment by Daniel Pare
What’s free, low effort and works instantly to help relieve stress? Your breath. It’s one of your body’s the best built-in tools, controllable at almost any time and effectively used to help calm your parasympathetic nervous system. Learning to control your breath, in other words using breathing techniques, is much more practical and less weird than you might think it is.
Just to begin with, I am not bragging about the fact that I now have a new phone. But I do want to say that if I had held off for five more minutes and done just three more minutes of research I would still be using my old phone, which I got pretty comfortable with.
Older adults and people who have severe underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing serious complications from COVID-19 illness.