5 Exercises To Open Your Shoulders And Strengthen Your Upper Back

Nowadays, people spend so much time leaning forward on their computer and phone. Unfortunately, is a necessity for most of us, but it puts a lot of tension in our whole upper body. Our posture changes, our shoulders and neck are leaning forward--our body is simply closing itself. We need to reopen it to avoid … Continue reading 5 Exercises To Open Your Shoulders And Strengthen Your Upper Back

AMARANTH, QUINOA AND BUCKWHEAT ARE EXCEPTIONAL SEEDS TO INCORPORATE IN YOUR DIET

Amaranth, Quinoa and Buckwheat are exotic seeds reappearing on our supermarket shelves. They are superfood and super good! So it is time for us to rediscover these healthy seeds.   1/ What are Amaranth, Quinoa and Buckwheat? Amaranth, Quinoa and Buckwheat are Pseudo-cereals. According to http://www.dictionary.com, "Pseudo-cereals are any of several plant, like buckwheat and quinoa, that produce fruits and seeds … Continue reading AMARANTH, QUINOA AND BUCKWHEAT ARE EXCEPTIONAL SEEDS TO INCORPORATE IN YOUR DIET

Lower Back Pain Progressive Exercise Program

Lower Back Pain: A Common Issue In Our Hyperactive And Stressful World Many of my clients approach me to fix their lower back injuries or issues. They may have different reasons: bad posture, accidents, poor training forms, big breasts and others. However, they all experience the same pain and annoyance. I don’t like to see people in … Continue reading Lower Back Pain Progressive Exercise Program

7 lunges variations to pump up your butt

Lunges, oh lunges. Who doesn't know this exercise? You don't? Well, you better start using it if you want to have a bootylicious butt. Yes, this exercise is a must. The best part is that you can do it anywhere and it will mainly target your glutes. So, let's first master the basic lunges and … Continue reading 7 lunges variations to pump up your butt

Hypoglycemia and Sport: the keys to detect, cure and prevent low blood sugar symptoms

1/ Definition Deficiency of glucose in the bloodstream. Since the brain relies only on sugar to function, it is suffering when blood sugar level are low. Hypoglycemia generally occurs after a long or intense physical effort and / or an insufficient sugar intake. 80mg/dL 80mg/dL-120mg/dL 120mg/dL Hypoglycemia Normal Hyperglycemia Blood sugar level chart. 2/ Hypoglycemia … Continue reading Hypoglycemia and Sport: the keys to detect, cure and prevent low blood sugar symptoms

HIIT: High Intensity Interval Training, am I ready for that?

          If you need a good cardio workout in a short period of time, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is the practice you should try. Primarily reserved to Athletes, it gradually has been used by anyone who wants to improve his general fitness. Why? For many reasons, let me explain you … Continue reading HIIT: High Intensity Interval Training, am I ready for that?