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Feeling Stuck

So what did we cover on the Community Call and Inspirations Cafe this month? In the past I felt that being stuck was not a good thing, so through the discussion I introduced a couple of different perspectives, one of these being that it may not be such a bad thing to...

Learning to move our bodies

The key to health and well being is to learn how to feel great in motion so you can have uniform and abundant energy levels, feel excited about what is happening to your body, and look forward to your movement sessions rather than dreading them. The movement, rather...

Pain free workouts

Stu Mittleman and Dr Philip Maffetone have both written about how the optimum balance of health and fitness can be achieved through training the metabolism to work more efficiently. This can be achieved by monitoring the heart rate to determine the correct level of...

Is your exercise program working for you?

• Do you wake up in the morning feeling tired? • Does your energy levels fluctuate over the course of the day? • Do you need to eat to get energy? • Do you feel famished after working out? • Are moody, irritable or depressed? • Do you have a layer of fat that will not...

Exercising slower

I have just finished reading “Slow Burn, burn fat faster by exercising slower” by Stu Mittleman, an endurance athlete who completed a 1000 mile race and looked better at the end than he did at the beginning! In Slow Burn he delivers a program for creating...

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