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Archive for April, 2013

No tech Creativity Booster

Want to be more creative? Take a hike. Psychologists from the Universities of Utah and Kansas sent back packers on a four day trip in nature without electronic devices. Creativity tests performed before and after the excursions showed at 50% improvement.

Balanced Fitness
Posted on April 9th, 2013

Aerobic Fitness: The cornerstone of most programs, aerobic exercise helps your heart and lungs function better as it increases oxygen in the blood. Aerobic exercise targets large muscle groups and increases heart rate. 30 to 60 minutes is the daily recommendation. Muscular Training: Regular strength training assists in reducing body fat, increases lean mass and burns calories, thereby protecting the body from injury and increasing stamina. Resistance machines, free weights, and resistance bands can be used to strengthen your muscles. Stretching: Aerobic and muscular exercise causes our muscles to contract and flex. It is important to stretch them out in order to improve our flexibility and range of motion. Stretching can also relieve stress and help prevent injury if done…

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