Its origins may trace back over 5,000 years, when it was first referenced in sacred texts in Northern India. Today, yoga is one of the most popular forms of exercises around the world. Whether you prefer Ashtanga, Bikram, Kundalini, or another style, new research reveals another reason to make yoga part of your routine for life: its power to protect the brain against the cognitive decline of old age. Read More
Living a healthy lifestyle feels so amazing, wouldn’t you agree?
Not only do you feel light and energetic, but chances are, you’re losing weight and toning your body too! Hard work totally pays off. One of the best ways to reward your body is through self-care. So simple, right?! And what better way to care for your body, than by practicing yoga? Yoga can be so beneficial for your body, mind, and soul. Read More
Recently a listener asked, “Why is Ray not a fan of moderation?” So, in today’s post, I want to discuss why moderation sucks as a weight loss strategy and what you should use in its place.
What does Moderation Mean?
First off, moderation sucks because there is no certified definition of what it means. Sure, my moderation proponents would argue, there is a definition in the dictionary: Read More
Yogi’s have been raving about the health benefits of yoga for over 5000 years. The benefits of this ancient practice are only just becoming apparent to the Western world and the good news is that you don’t have to be a master to enjoy these benefits. Here are 14 reasons why you should practice yoga regularly. Read More
We all come off-track with our health and fitness at some point. Often we start out with the best of intentions, but perhaps set the bar a little too high and too soon for ourselves. It may be that you’ve been attempting to stick to a pretty restrictive diet or have tried to keep up with a tough workout plan without really giving any thought to whether it’ll fit well into your current lifestyle. Read More
There are lots of options available when it comes to the best natural testosterone booster. First, you should consider why you are taking a testosterone booster.
As you age, levels of testosterone begin to fall – this is a natural process and is completely healthy.
But as these levels fall, you may start to notice some changes in your body. The decrease in testosterone levels can result in a reduction in strength, stamina and muscle size, and an increase in tiredness and irritability. Read More