Bounce Back Faster: Exercising After You’re Sick

If a run-of-the-mill cold or cough forces you to skip a few workouts, it shouldn’t take long to get back up to speed. But if the flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, or another nasty illness sidelines you for weeks or even a month, returning to regular exercise can be a beast. Your cardiorespiratory fitness will have dwindled,Continue reading “Bounce Back Faster: Exercising After You’re Sick”

Rise of the Conqueror – Know Yourself (With audio version)

Your only purpose on this earth is to be you, and only you. Never compare yourself with another, for you are the only YOU that has ever been created. Your tribe may appear similar, but they have not trodden your path, nor have you trod theirs. The trials and tribulations you have endured are forgingContinue reading “Rise of the Conqueror – Know Yourself (With audio version)”

How to Control Anger: 25 Tips to Help You Stay Calm

Kimberly is a freelance health, travel, and lifestyle writer and editor living in Birmingham, AL. She has previously written for Cooking Light, Eating Well, Coastal Living, Real Simple, Reader’s Digest, and more.  Anger is a normal feeling and can be a positive emotion when it helps you work through issues or problems, whether that’s atContinue reading “How to Control Anger: 25 Tips to Help You Stay Calm”

4 Steps to Speed Up Muscle Recovery After a Workout

Katherine Roberts, As a fitness buff from Houston who has just started her journey in the active people’s world, Kathy Roberts is interested in everything related to a well-balanced lifestyle and personal development. Working out regularly and intensively is the key to a chiseled body and peak physical fitness. However, if you want to getContinue reading “4 Steps to Speed Up Muscle Recovery After a Workout”

Rise of the Conqueror Part II (With audio version)

Today I wish to share with you the Buddha’s teachings on desire.Human desires are endless. It is like the thirst of a man who drinks salt water: he gets no satisfaction and his thirst is only increased.So it is with a man who seeks to gratify his desires; he only gains increased dissatisfaction and hisContinue reading “Rise of the Conqueror Part II (With audio version)”

Don’t Say You Never Had A Chance

Today’s short post comes courtesy of The Napoleon Hill Foundation on developing a Positive Mental Attitude. If you don’t know what you want, don’t say you never had a chance. The people who complain the loudest about never having an opportunity in life are usually the ones who always have a ready excuse for theirContinue reading “Don’t Say You Never Had A Chance”

7 Ways to Get Fit Without a Gym

This is an article by Monday campaigns on how to carry on with exercises without hitting the gym. Going to the gym isn’t always the best option when you want to work out. In fact, sometimes it just doesn’t make sense at all. Hitting the gym can be costly; both for your bank account andContinue reading “7 Ways to Get Fit Without a Gym”

6 Coping Skills to Work Through Grief

Hope Gillette is a freelance writer and published novelist. She’s passionate about providing accurate, empathetic mental health content for readers, and believes writing can help combat stigma and improve wellness outcomes. Feeling overwhelmingly sad may be a natural reaction to loss. But what do you do when the emotion stops you in your tracks? LossContinue reading “6 Coping Skills to Work Through Grief”

How to Be Outrageously Consistent | 7 Tips to Be Consistently Consistent

Anthony Galli Medium’s Top Conservative Writer My friend laughs at me whenever we walk into a restaurant because the waiter will walk over, smile, and ask, “Same same?” I tend to go to the same restaurants and order the same thing. As I tell my friend, “Why fix what’s not broke?” My productivity is predicated on consistency.Continue reading “How to Be Outrageously Consistent | 7 Tips to Be Consistently Consistent”

Why You Need to Warm Up, Stretch and Cool Down (With audio version)

By Shawna Reed, an exercise Specialist It’s easy to overlook the importance of warming up, stretching and cooling down when exercising. It’s quicker to just get in, do your workout and get out. But what we often don’t realize is how important each of these elements are to having a successful workout. Here’s why: WarmingContinue reading “Why You Need to Warm Up, Stretch and Cool Down (With audio version)”