The Healthy Way to Binge-Watch Your Fave TV Shows

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hen it comes to feeling good and moving freely in your body, movement variety is the key. To make sure I move in more ways than just the sitting-to-type position, the standing-to-prepare-food position, and the helping-with-homework position, I have a few exercises I do every single day without fail. My secret to consistency is associating different exercises with something I’m …

Pulling in Your Stomach for Core Strength? Try This Instead…

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used to pull in my stomach all the time. For a while, I couldn’t even relax my abdominal muscles because I’d been holding them in so much it was an unconscious habit. Pilates is known for building core strength, and there was a time when I mistakenly believed that improving and demonstrating core strength was synonymous with pulling the abs …

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Got Computer Slouch? There’s a Simple Fix That Feels Fantastic…

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f a rounded upper spine or computer slouch is on your mind, you definitely want to check out the exercise in today’s video. A primary reason the upper spine slouches forward in the first place has a lot to do with arms—what’s done with them, and more importantly, what’s NOT. When’s the last time you used your arms to hold …

The Best Glute-Strengthening, Sacrum-Stabilizing, Balance-Building Exercise Ever

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ne of my mentors used to say that squeezing your butt cheeks together for exercise was the “kiss of death” for the SI (sacroiliac) joint and pelvic floor. This sounds dramatic I know, but squeezing your cheeks together for glute strength, at best prevents you from doing what you think you’re doing, gaining tone and functional glute strength, and at …