Do you ever feel like you do great during the week and then fall off of the clean eating and exercise wagon on your weekend? Do you go from "in check" to "out of control?" Do you slide into Monday completely exhausted and wonder how the weekend failed to rejuvenate you? Not that I want you to feel this way, but I am so glad I am not the only one!
A majority of people have a routine during t
I Will See Your Excuse & Raise You A Leg by Alyssa West
I will see your excuse and raise you a leg.
I teach Power Yoga and used to make really bad jokes in class during challenging poses like “your leg won’t fall off” or “your arm won’t fall off” and other such inappropriate things. I was teaching a bunch of jocks at the time and some off color humor was usually required to keep their attention. Anyway, one day my friend sa
Is Your Exercise Program Balanced? by Christopher Lewis
Mark Balfe-Taylor, TruFusion’s Director of Yoga, admits he doesn’t see the amount of crossover between members he would like. The yoga folks stick to their side and the fitness folks stick to theirs on the most part. But he would love to see that change.
“TruFusion’s strength is you’re able to do everything,” he says. “And we all know the more you cross-trai
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Are you all ready for the ultimate yoga experience at TruFusion Blue Diamond? Under the shining light of Lisa Davis, we think you will be.
We knew Lisa was just what we were looking for after discussing her fitness philosophy and her approach to yoga specifically
Relax and unwind this holiday season with Mark Balfe-Taylor's yin wall workout.
Yin yoga is a slower-paced yoga geared towards increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. It tends to be a much slower and more meditative form of yoga that aims to "cultivate awareness of inner silence." As said by PositiveHealthWellness.Com, "Yin yoga is one of the most effective, especially fo
The most common injuries for both recreational and professional athletes occur because of overuse and abuse of the muscles. Yoga is a safe and effective way to recover from injuries and prevent new ones by increasing strength, improving flexibility, and relieving stress from the body. This creates optimal health for your muscles to speed repair and maintain elasticity.
Other benefits of yoga for