Torch The Excess Holiday Calories with Infrared
Here we are again. Another year, and it’s the week after Thanksgiving…the annual battle of the bulge begins.
A high powered tool can improve the quality of any task. But, the tool can’t do it all. People have to make the tool work for them.
There’s no doubt that people need proper nutrition, and with the busy lifestyles that most of us have, eating balanced meals complete with all of the required nutritional components can be challenging.
As a fitness trainer, it’s motivating to see studies that add to the mounting body of evidence proving how important exercise is to human health. The truth is, weight loss without exercise is just not enough.
Sometimes people get so caught up in the hype of a product that they forget the real purpose of its existence. Joining a gym is about one thing first and foremost!
Far infrared (FIR) radiation, sometimes referred to as thermal radiation, has the ability to penetrate the skin and underlying tissues up to 1.5 inches from the surface of the skin. When FIR radiation penetrates human cells, it generates heat, but it also changes the molecular vibrations. In other words, the waves of FIR cause new vibrations at the cellular level. These new “vibes” are beneficial to your health.
As any brand becomes established it carries with it a reputation. In the case of the HOTWORX fitness franchise, the brand grew out from one location in Oxford, MS in 2017 to over 500 in 2023 and will cross the 600 mark in the beginning of 2024.
With yoga, HOTWORX launched a deliberate and very visible program to change the way yoga is delivered to fitness customers.
Sometimes I witness people who allow their emotions to overtake their ability to behave in a sensible and/or reasonable manner. When I see this it makes me think how they could live a happier life if they would just begin a consistent practice of infrared fitness.
Do you want to be a winner for your health and fitness? Or, do you want to be a warrior for it? Why not be both?! It boils down to discipline.
Traditionally, resistance training has been equated to weight training, and has been viewed as a workout more popular with men. Modern fitness protocols, however, incorporate more than just weights for resistance, and more women are now embracing the benefits.
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