Downward facing dog, bridge pose, half frog – when it comes to yoga, it certainly feels like there is a lot to keep track of and learn! However, don’t let that intimidate you or keep you from trying it as one of the many group fitness classes we offer here at our KC wellness center. There might be a lot to learn at first, but we are here to help.
Sometimes our day to day fitness routine can begin to feel stale, like we’re on some sort of endless loop with cardio, arms, legs and core. It might even feel difficult to get creative with your workouts just because you are so burnt out.
We are all familiar with the phrase: ‘new year, new me’ and the idea of setting a new year’s resolution. After all, the changing of the date on the calendar is the perfect time to start again or create a new goal.
Have you been considering joining a cycle class, but aren’t sure how to get started? Or maybe you’ve attempted going to other workout classes in Kansas City in the past, but you left feeling like it wasn’t the best experience.
While it is sometimes dubbed the ‘winter blues’, seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is something that is very real and impacts millions of Americans each and every year. SAD is what occurs when the days become shorter and the air becomes colder.
They say that variety is the spice of life, and it’s certainly true when it comes to fitness as well. Doing the same routine day in and day out can not only dramatically affect your results, it can have a serious impact on staying motivated to keep coming to the gym.
There is just something about going with a friend to the gym or exercising as a group that really amps up the quality of your workout and motivates us to finish strong. But why is that the case? Turns out, there is strength in numbers.
If your exercise routine is getting a little stale, it may be time to consider a change in your routine. Don’t worry, this sort of thing happens to everyone! However, you don’t want to run out of steam and end up losing track of your goals.
It’s the height of summer, and soon, these long days and relaxing vibes will give way to the busy fall season. Whether you have children or not, August and September always feel like a blur as one season transitions into the next.