by J. Brown Expanding the definition of reality beyond the usual time, money and politics is generally considered naive or delusional. Aspects of life that are immeasurable or defy explanation are relegated to the realm of hearsay and mysticism. Show More Summary
Adjusting to life as a college student can be a tough transition. One of the biggest concerns is maintaining a healthy lifestyle while balancing schoolwork and a social life, and Oral Roberts University - a Christian university in Tulsa, OK - totally understands. Show More Summary
The following post was originally featured on Jill Conyers and written by Jill Conyers, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness. Longer isn't always better. With these 20-second intervals you'll build strength and burn fat, if you do them right. Show More Summary
My name is Adam. My trail name is GrizzleAdams,”Griz” for short. I am 41 years old and have a condition called optic neuritis. About 5 years ago, I sustained permanent damage to both of my optical nerves due to an allergic reaction to Amoxicilin and a very bad sinus infection. What this means is that...
Oh sweet, sweet liquid sugar. It's so cold and refreshing and so, so bad for us. But the soda companies don't want you to realize that it offers absolutely zero nutritional value - they need to profit, right? Yes, even diet soda is bad for you. But we don't have to tell you that. This hilarious commercial spells it out perfectly. "Mmmmm, caramel dye."
You've got slimming down on the mind, and you already know that eating veggies is the number one thing you should be doing to lose weight. But if you're new to this healthy lifestyle, you'll also need to know what mistakes you absolutely...Show More Summary
As a self-described “social acupuncturist,” Emelia Symington Fedy isn’t afraid to needle into our deepest, darkest places. The Vancouver-based writer and actor has set her sights on the mash-up of yoga and self-help cultures in her latest “interactive yoga performance,” Through the Gaze of a Navel.… Read more
At the beginning of this month, we unveiled the 2016 Badger Sponsorship, where a handful of aspiring thru-hikers would win some excellent gear, food, and resources, including a grand prize of… Choice between one (1) Big Agnes Fly Creek UL2 or Big Agnes Copper Spur UL2 tent One (1) Gossamer Gear Mariposa Backpack One (1) Therm-a-Rest Antares HD 3-Season Down......
When it comes to your workout, technology isn’t always supposed to make things easier. Sometimes harder and faster is better. And of course, smarter.
We’re back! What happens when your thru-hike is going great….but then everything goes wrong? Pox gets into a car accident….kind of. Puss has some ideas about snow…and sings about it. Jnco Jeans are making a comeback. We continue our book-talk. We teach you how to say N-O-C…not “knock”. Barf burns a book. Find us on...
In this short video Deepak Chopra, M.D., guides you to step back and focus inward in order to establish four intentions for your day. The post A Morning Meditation with Deepak Chopra appeared first on Yoga Journal.
The majority of successful losers who have maintained their weight loss for an average of 5.5 years report moving for about an hour a day, according to the National Weight Control Registry.
Released by the Yoga Service Council, Best Practices for Yoga in Schools involved over 20 experts in children’s yoga to create a first-of-its-kind guidebook for yoga in schools. YD contributor Kelli Love recently chatted with the book’s...Show More Summary
Ah, fitness trackers. The ever-popular tiny tool that's designed to help you determine if your life is, well, on track. Are you moving enough? Walking enough? Are you fitness-ing enough? I've utilized such devices in the past, from bare-bones iPhone apps that logged workouts to clunky pedometers that rattled when I so much as sneezed. Show More Summary
I spent an hour on Saturday and another hour today shoveling snow from my driveway, and my knee felt fine afterwards, although it is still sore when I first get up from sitting awhile.Today was a very cold day due to a 20 mph or so wind. Show More Summary
Many of us eat ramen noodles on the trail because they cook so fast, but shy away from dried pasta because it takes so long to cook and uses too much stove fuel. But did you know that you don’t have boil dried pasta using the amount of water recommended on the package or for the entire […]
All photos by Will Rochfort Today is the first day of February, which is crazy in itself. But even… The post Road Trip 2016: We’re Off! appeared first on Just a Colorado Gal.
The trials and tribulations of tenting in the snow. Lessons to be learned....
Ahhhh…it’s February 1st! Generally, I’m slightly grumpy and bitching about the cold and snow. But not this time. I’m too busy planning for the AT. I’m 100 days from my northbound thru hike. 100 days! But first, let’s go back to the beginning…. Hi everyone! waves in an enthusiastic Forrest Gump to Lt. Dan manner......
Barre can be one of those tricky classes to get the hang of in the beginning – from the form to the terminology, if you're a barre newbie, it sometimes takes a few classes to feel comfortable and confident. But once you master the art...Show More Summary