Nothing is more of a drag than poor health or annoying injuries so at the very least remember that all that you learn on your mat will help you learn how to walk, run, dance, swim, hike, think, breathe the right way.
Remember that while strength and speed have their place, dexterity, coordination, agility, focus, efficiency and range of motion are just some of the other tools that are required for optimal movement. Because yoga is so all-inclusive, yoga fills in the gaps of your training, speeds recovery and ensures that you don't have any weak links in your musculo-skeletal system.
It's play for adults, who never get to stand on one foot and pretend they're a tree. It lets you try new things without fear. It's a chance to meet like-minded people and learn something new. It teaches you about yourself..more »
It should be obvious that more is not necessarily better.. but some of us just don't get it because 'more' means.. more, right?
Well theres good news and bad news.
over-exercising can increases the release of cortisol (stress hormone) and decreases DHEA. Over training also increases free radical production and weakens the immune system...
** everything in moderation ** more »
FACT: You are what you eat .. there is no deviation from this. The food that you eat either makes you more healthy or less healthy. The ThirdEye Nutritional Crash Course gives you a clear understanding of the vital building blocks and essential components of healthy nutritional awareness for grocery shopping, cooking, eating out, or diet planning. This is a knowledge base that will completely change your outlook on food. The takeaway will be a nutritional map that will enable you to navigate through food and meal choices with a healthy, enjoyable and holistic approach. more »