I am first-timer to the fitness and exercise world and I have yet to find a program that will best work for me. I want to try workout routines that target my overall wellness but I have no idea where to start.
I am into dancing in college and I hope to find a program that will be on the same wavelength as this. I still want to improve my flexibility without overtaxing my body. Of course, it would be preferable that the exercises be simple enough to follow.
Yoga sounds good to me at first but I am undecided on its premise. I want to have variety on my routines because I have a tendency to get bored easily. And since I still have my studies to focus on, I would prefer that I can incorporate the program in my everyday schedule.
My friend introduced me to Scott Sonnon flowfit program and its effect to the body. It is a combination of ballet, yoga and physical therapy in one. Flowfit promises to improve a person’s endurance and flexibility due to its varied approaches.
The routine goes from simple to advance. It even made use of props for those who are having a hard time at first. In 14-18 minutes daily, it is possible to have a holistic workout right at the comfort of your home.
Flowfit sounds tailor-made to my needs and I immediately purchased a DVD. Just like what it promises, the blend of techniques used in the program suits my preference. It is just like dancing but with a clear mindset to get well. I feel the flexibility of my body improves as I progress from every level.
I am now on the advanced stage and I love it. For a first-timer, I was able to maximize my work out and enjoy while doing it. Thanks to Flowfit.
No one can deny that every individual has a weakness when it comes to the subject of weight loss. Not only would you need to have great discipline to successfully follow a very strict diet plan, but also the right amount of time to spare walking or running around your neighborhood just to keep your body fit. So because of this, I became a bit picky with what exactly I’d do to address my weight problem.
The first thing I thought about is fish oil. There is a big bottle of fish oil that my cousin recently gave to me. He said that it’s filled with a lot of omega-3 fatty acids, and after researching about this particular substance, there’s absolutely no way that I will be skipping a dose of this wonderful supplement.
The other option I’ve discovered is saffron extract. This is a nice way to help deal with food cravings, especially if you’re a person who has an Achilles heel to sweets. The only problem I have is not knowing how to take saffron extract, as there’ve been quite a number of people suggesting varying dosages to experience its maximum potential.
Moving on, I figured that since I’m fond of spreading mushrooms on most of the dishes I make, I’d be searching for a particular species of this amazing ingredient that packs nice benefits to keeping a healthy body. This led me to come across reishi mushrooms.
These mushrooms, apparently, are well-known among traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, primarily because of how they can build strength and counter fatigue. Unfortunately, I’ve only managed to find anecdotal evidence regarding its ability to aid in weight loss, but since it has no side effects, I don’t think I’d be in a loss should I use reishi mushrooms in my dishes.
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