So this past week I finally started Tai Cheng after saying for a few months I was going to do it and never pushed “play”.
As you may have heard Tai Chi is an ancient martial art that most people have seen others practice it for health and moving in a slow methodic movement.
Dr Mark Cheng the creator of Tai Cheng for Beachbody, has put together a program that not only is easy to follow, but can help everyone from the beginner to advanced in doing physical exercise or improving their bodies performance with the current program they’re doing.
Take a look at the preview below to get an idea of what Tai Cheng is about.
What’s so good about this program?
The thing I really like about this program is it can be incorporated for a warm-up for a more intense workout or done alone. Also if you’ve been injured, or know of someone Continue reading →
Team Beachbody Coach Summit 2012 is now over and for me it was a full week of learning, working out with thousands of others and an additional bonus of getting P90X Certified.
To start off with I went out to Las Vegas early in order to do the P90X Certification that was being run. I did this for myself as a goal, and also to have a better understanding of the program so I’d be able to give any customers the best information I can if they have any questions on the program. Continue reading →
Living And Looking Good: Suggestions For An Ideal Fitness Lifestyle
Achieving personal fitness should be a top goal for everyone. Many people are overwhelmed when they decide to begin a fitness program because they have no experience trying to increase their fitness level. For some people it’s easier to just start doing workouts in their own home while others like to head to the outdoors or gyms. The tips below will help you build and continue a fitness program that will work for you.
If you are looking to speed up your running time, be sure to add resistance training to your training routine. It has been found that resistance training actually helps speed up the 5K running times of seasoned runners, often by as much as thirty seconds. Start by adding eight-weeks of resistance training, then go from there.
Prevent any sort of back injury by squeezing your butt together whenever you lift weights over your head. Exercises such as standing shoulder presses can really strain your back if you do not have correct posture. Squeezing your butt forces you to straighten your back and allows you to perform the exercise correctly. Continue reading →