Spring is the best time to either plant food of your own or to explore the farmers markets near you. Farmers markets are a fantastic way to eat seasonally, eat locally and try new foods. It’s also the easiest way to connect with the people that grow or produce your foods.
The first part of the year has gone by so quickly. We don’t want it to slip away without taking the time to recognize our successes. Why? Because it’ll help keep your “resolution” FRESH in mind and your motivation clear. While the New Year isn’t so new anymore, that doesn’t mean you can’t do a Resolution Refresh. Find all the good nuggets in your first 90 days of 2015 and keep cheering yourself on!
Though there are far more than 9 things to focus on from a Pilates standpoint, I’ve done a breakdown of essential elements that I recommend for your improving your golf game. These exercises are also excellent application for any sport that relies on the power of rotation.
Just like with all skills, the more often you are able to catch the negative and change what is going on in your mind, the better chance you’ll have at staying inspired toward your goals. Practice makes permanent! Have courage and be daring with yourself this year!
So, this is it! It’s a wrap on 2014. Be it in a holiday newsletter, or via your Facebook “year in review” summary app, come end of December, we tend to reflect on the major events from the past 12 months of our life here on earth. Using the present to look at the past, we then set our eyes on what comes next. What new direction will you venture into? And, what will you do to welcome the New Year? Make a personal pledge to kick it up a notch. Here are 3 Pilates pointers to devise your plan of welcoming the New Year!
While we don’t have the lucky benefit of fourteen vertebrae in our neck, a little focus on where we look especially during spinal exercises can make a critical difference in the quality of movement. Here are some quick Pilates Tutoring Tips on keeping your head and neck in the game for a successful Pilates practice and healthy exercise movement.