True flexibility comes from positioning your body to release tightness in the muscles. This simple, 8-minute routine is designed to do just that.
Need to combat mid-afternoon fatigue? Try this quick and easy workout. Each exercise is designed to align the body to bring more oxygen to the muscles so you feel awake and energized.
You need to train your body to sit with proper posture. These simple exercises take less than 5 minutes and will dramatically improve your alignment and comfort.
Need a quick pick-me-up? Burn 100 calories in under two minutes. These three simple exercises are designed to align the body so that you’ll stand straighter and move more efficiently.
Before you sit down to work, it is essential to put your body into alignment. These three simple exercises will prepare your body to move functionally all day.
The more fun you’re having, the more you’ll want to exercise. Take the “work” out of your workout with these playful exercise ideas.
Sitting isn't the problem. It's how you sit. When you prepare for the chair, sitting may actually burn calories and create energy.
Correct posture allows space for the digestive track to function properly. Align the body to reduce bloating and water weight.
More sore doesn’t equal a better workout. In fact, taking a lower-intensity approach to your movement can help you combat that so-sore-you-can’t-move feeling.
The key to building more lean muscle mass is activating the deep hip flexor group. The more lean muscle, the higher your metabolic rate.
The practice has many surprising benefits for heart health. Experience them for yourself with this sequence for hypertension.
This small change can be the key to relieving stress, sticking to your fitness routine, and maximizing the benefits of your exercise.
These simple strategies will transform you from computer zombie to maximum vitality in less than a minute.
Improved posture and balanced alignment have been linked to myriad wellness benefits. See for yourself!
Following the latest trends isn’t always the best path to finding a fitness method that’s right for you. These straightforward questions will help define what it is you truly want in a workout.