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In the first of a three-part series on fixing pain, find out what causes plantar fasciitis, and how to provide yourself some relief.
Within the world of fitness, rest is underplayed. Here’s how to start giving your body and brain the physical rest it deserves.
Get back your Me Time. At Skyterra, our guests find QuickFit to be an effective way to start the day. Keep your QuickFit short so you can squeeze it in, even for 10 or 15 minutes. For busy people, this is a great way to add in movement.
The first in a series on rest, today we discuss emotional rest. Are you the friend who everyone depends on? When you constantly give and fail to create the space where you are able to “fill up your cup,” feeling exhausted becomes a constant.
In today’s episode, find out how to simplify the concept of Health at Every Size, and how to lead a more fulfilled life when it comes to your relationship with food.
Focus on the effort you put in, keep your self-talk hopeful, and always believe that you have the ability to figure it out.
Increasingly, studies show that society’s standard of weight-normative care, which focuses on weight and weight loss as the standards for health, can impact health in a negative way. By changing our point of view to weight-inclusive care, you can actually improve your health.
Part of what shapes our lives are the decisions we make. Part of what allows us to improve and move forward are our decisions. That’s special thing.
Society places so much emphasis on weight loss, and research confirms this may be doing more harm than good. In Part 1 of this three-part series, we discuss the concept of Health at Every Size, the obesity paradox, and why our body beliefs are wrong.
Fitness trackers can be powerful, but be sure that awareness of the numbers doesn’t decrease your enjoyment. Find out why and how you can avoid overtracking.