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Dr. Move More
Dedicated to making FITNESS FUN intelligent and meaningful so people MOVE MORE. A healthy body is a person's best asset going into the future.
Interests: Yoga - Longevity - Muscle Balance - Fall Prevention - Senior Fitness - Move More Principles - Kinesiology - Anatomy - Corrective Exercise - Human Motion - Designing Exercise Routines that people love. - All with Resistance Bands - and most importantly - Being Young at Heart with an attitude for - Life Long Learning
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On the 6th batch of your pecan granola mix, will give this a go too as is so simple and sounds delicioso…. but gonna wait til we get some shine over here….
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2014 on Almond Milk Iced Coffee at Leona Lane
Choosing one thing to FOCUS upon is meditation. In yoga, when you choose to focus upon your breath it is called pranayama. Choosing to focus upon your current and next yoga movement is also a meditative focus. Combining breath and movement together through a fluid progressive series of exercises is... Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Yoga “prepares” in advance for something. Prepares for what? For instance, for ATHLETES it prepares them for their sport activity by warming up their body before they participate. Yoga, warm up, stretching to me are all synonyms…. For busy WORKERS, going through a simple 8 minute yoga routine first thing... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Another important aspect of yoga is that it reverses. Backward bends, for instance, reverse the constant sitting we endurance on a daily basis by opening up the front of the body. Inversions, or hanging upside down reverse all the time we spend on our feet. Certain yoga exercises can reverse... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Can feel the Heat! Smell the smoke on my clothes! Sure there must be a cigar in the air! The pic itself is so good it draws me in ands burns my winter away ;-)
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2014 on UNPLUG | Around the Fire at Leona Lane
The Thorax Theatre 8 exercise routine was designed to improve upper body posture by developing upper body strength. The first 3 exercises VERTICALLY ARCH the area between the shoulders and shoulder blades. The next 2 HORIZONTALLY ARCH the chest. The last set of 3 focus on the all-important TWISTING of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Yes - confirmed - Crazy Cat Lady :-)
Toggle Commented Mar 10, 2014 on A Weekend Adventure at Leona Lane
The fact that women lack natural upper body strength is not a secret. On average, men's upper body strength is often equal to their lower body strength. Women’s upper body strength equals only about 50% of their lower body strength. For example, most men who can bench press 100 pounds... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
The human body has over 600 muscles. Muscles that need to be kept fresh and exercised as we age. So let's get going.... not only on memorizing all their Latin names, but also figuring out how each and every one works ;-) Doing our cardio is easy; just make sure... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Avoiding injury is the fastest way to muscle fitness, if you are someone who hasn't exercised in a while. Going too fast - too strong - too soon at first will tear a muscle and bring a quick halt to your progress. The yoga rope allows one to dial in... Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
From the time you are born until about age 40, your muscles grow bigger and stronger. But at some point in your 40’s, you begin to lose muscle mass and function. People who are physically inactive lose muscle mass at a greater rate of decline than those who regularly practice... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Longevity is a good topic to consider as we gaze into the crystal ball. Reading recent research I have narrowed down my study to 3 main factors: quality nutrition, cardiovascular fitness and muscular fitness. One can find volumes of literature over the past few decades concerning both Nutrition and Cardiovascular... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
My first yoga practice consisted of 5 yoga moves that were performed 21 times each. The Five Tibetans written by Chris Kilham became a staple for a couple of years on a daily basis. I loved the simplicity. I loved the easy directions. Each day the 5 exercises became easier.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
Posted Mar 1, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
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Mar 1, 2014
Have made it twice now … this trumps our Costco granola big time!! added cinnamon and unsweetened coconut flakes Now I'm NUTTY er than ever …...
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2014 on Recipe | Homemade Nutty Granola at Leona Lane
Download 48 Body Memory Printout Click on the link above and PRINT OUT this chart ~ CUT OUT the 8 pack routine that applies to you ~ keep it by your side as you exercise ~ throw it away once you have the routine committed to Body Memory. PS..... i... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
The Hip Muscle Matrix There are 17 classified Hip Muscles Hmmm, quite a busy and tight intersection. The thick sciatic nerve also has to pass through this busy intersection. Do we think the LUMBAR or PELVIS may be associated with or effected by this megaplex intersection? Flexible and mobile HIPS... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2014 at THE YOGA ROPE
TYR is code for "The Yoga Rope" How many Yoga Rope ROUTINES can your brain and body memorize? Can you recite the "names" of the 8 exercises in the correct order? Can your body "perform" all 8 exercises in the correct order? If so, join TYR 8. If you happen... Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2013 at THE YOGA ROPE
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Dec 17, 2013