5 minute Ab Training @ Home

Training the abdominal muscle group is no easy task. The muscles don't all respond to training at the same rate and there is a core group of abdominals, running beneath the external ones with muscle fibers pointing the opposite way. This workout is a good start for individuals looking to train Abs at Home. You … Continue reading 5 minute Ab Training @ Home

Strength & Balance @Home Workout

A good balance is the result of a strong core, stable tendons and powerful support muscl groups. Balance exercises help develop the muscle groups and tendons needed for developing muscular control, great physical prowess and the kind of body strength that marks true athletes. This workout is a SEQUENCE. Meaning you will go from one … Continue reading Strength & Balance @Home Workout

MORE REPS = MORE CALORIES BURNED

The weight you train with and the number of reps you complete can have a big impact on your calorie burn. To burn more calories during the workout, higher reps do the trick. Researchers found that when participants used a weight them to complete 10 reps on the bench press, they burned about 10 percent … Continue reading MORE REPS = MORE CALORIES BURNED

Do you know about Meridians?

Meridians -Β Β a set of pathways in the body along which vital energy is said to flow. There are twelve such pathways associated with specific organs. The acupuncture meridians run throughout the body, connecting every part of it together. There are 12 major meridians, named after the internal organs they are connected to. The internal organs … Continue reading Do you know about Meridians?

VEGAN FOOD IN CHICAGO

It's already hard being Vegan, Plant-Based, Meat-Free in today's society. You deal with: People's bizarre questions Limited food options (store's not carrying vegan options) Finding Restaurants aka Food Scavenger Hunt Prices of Food (even though it's just plants & veggies) The list goes on........................... However, I am writing this list to help my fellow Chicagoans … Continue reading VEGAN FOOD IN CHICAGO

Institutional Oppression

Albeism People with disabilites have higher rates of unemployment, poverty, and homelessness The deinstiutionalization of the mental health system in the 80s has led to the incarceration of people with experiences labeled as mental illness Capitalism Studies have found that wealthy districts have three times as many supermarkets as poor ones do, and that urban … Continue reading Institutional Oppression