Who’s Wrists & Neck could use some love?
As computers, smartphones and other electrical devices increasingly become a staple in our daily lives, it’s no surprise that wrist and neck soreness are some of the most common types of pain Americans experience.
Taking some time throughout your work day to stretch can help loosen muscles, increase range of motion, and help reduce pain.
What is YOUR favorite fall/winter soup? As temperatures outside continue to drop, our bodies naturally seek warmth. Warm your body from the inside out with this creamy, comforting Butternut Squash Apple Soup. (Photo and recipe courtesy of Kylee Cooks)BUTTERNUT SQUASH APPLE SOUP Ingredients 3 cups butternut squash peeled and cut into cubes 4 cups vegetable stock 1 cup onion diced 1 cup apple peeled, diced 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1 pinch nutmeg Instructions Add all ingredients to a
The TRX Suspension Trainer can be used to improve mobility and flexibility; it allows you to unload your bodyweight while doing specific movements. By unloading some bodyweight, this tool can also add resistance and leverage to a particular stretch, helping safely pull the body to a range of motion that might not otherwise be achievable. It offers the ability to work with and against the straps while moving into various stretches, reinforcing proper body mechanics and posture. This strength +
Instead of getting down on the ground to perform the typical push-up, try a Chest Press using the TRX Suspension Trainer. When done correctly, this move is a great way to strengthen your chest and arms while engaging your core. Follow along with this quick video tutorial to learn how. As always, be sure to listen to your body and work within YOUR pain-free available range.
You guys, I’ve been struggling lately. I’m having a hard time balancing work and my social life. If I don’t make time for family & fun, I become lonely. When I pause to enjoy, I fall behind with work. I filmed this video last week while on a spontaneous trip to Las Vegas to see Willie Nelson in concert. The weekend was filled with non-stop fun and laughter with one of my closest and dearest friends from Maui. While I did take time to film for a Stretching Sunday blog post, the few days I took
Lately my recipe inspos have derived from gifts harvested by my clients. This autumn, I was delighted to receive some crops from one of my client’s fig trees. This super simple recipe is a perfect way to enjoy this sweet soft fruit with a hint of savory.Warm Figs Stuffed With Goat CheeseServings: 6 | Prep Time: 5 mins | Cook Time: 5 minsINGREDIENTS 6 fresh figs cut in half ¼ cup soft goat cheese 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar INSTRUCTIONS Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with