This tasty recipe is quick, healthy & has easy to find ingredients. Even if you’re not a big salmon-lover, give it a try. The butter, lemon & dill give it great flavor. Plus salmon is really, really good for you. Read on for the recipe and why you should be eating more salmon.
This sequence is fantastic for core strength & shoulder stability. Why work on Planks so much? Because they target your entire core and-- if done correctly— your whole body is engaged. When you’ve mastered a standard plank, try this routine! Insert it into your yoga practice or try it on its own... routine listed at the end.
The best part about this spring salad?! It’s healthy, easy & fast. It takes me longer to cube the chicken than it does to make the rest of it. This is best when strawberries are in season, so make sure you have red, ripe berries. Read on for the recipe.
Here's a little snippet you can try the next time you step on your yoga mat. Use this flow to help you build the strength, stability and balance needed for side planks.
These moves are great for the abs and glutes! If your Plank practice is getting a little boring, try these simple progressions.
This post is here to give you a little help for your Plank Pose. In the photo above (and explained in this post) you'll see the most common misalignments people make while practicing Plank along with why and how we need to correct them.
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