Today, we’ll be going over a few hard and fast running rules that should help ease you into this incredibly healthy hobby. We’re going to explore the benefits of running, a list of recommended gear, tips and tricks on how you can get the most out of every mile, and more.
The keto diet has actually been around for over a century, but in recent years, this low carb/high fat nutrition plan has been gaining traction. Studies are showing that it is not only a highly effective weight loss method, but that it can also lead to numerous other health benefits that may surprise you.
If you are interested in improving your conditioning for marathon running, cycling, athletics, or even just everyday life, you might want to look into taking a barre classes. But what are barre classes?
Meditation has always been a peculiarity in the western world. But, every day, more and more westerners are taking the mindful plunge of this ancient practice. Today, Healthversed will break down the historical context, benefits, and stylistic differences between a variety of meditation styles. We’ll also provide you with a few easy to follow strategies that can help you seamlessly integrate a meditation practice into your everyday life.
Running a marathon is something that sits on a lot of people’s bucket list and can be a challenge for anyone who embarks on the mission. However, the accomplishment is well worth the effort and those who do jump on the marathon bandwagon find themselves running in these events repeatedly once they’ve completed their first.
Although it has spawned many hit TV shows, hoarding is actually an extremely serious mental health issue for millions of people across America. Hoarding most often manifests in the inability to discard or give anything away, regardless of its value. This means that hoarders often feel compelled to keep old newspapers, wrappers, cardboard, and other garbage that has zero value and only takes up space.
Many people call eating paleo the “caveman diet.” When you eat paleo, you strive to only consume foods that our earliest ancestors would have eaten. Foods like lean meat, vegetables, seafood, berries, nuts, and natural oils are the focus of this diet. Ingredients like grains, dairy, and sugar are avoided.
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, many people ignore the adage that less is more, and resolve to get more active, lose weight, and be happier. While these are admirable goals, what people don’t realize when they set themselves these simple resolutions for the new year is that actually setting down tangible goals will always be more useful than simplistic statements that would be more at home in an ad for a gym or a new weight-loss beverage.
Christmas marketing – it starts before Thanksgiving and goes until the presents are unwrapped and the floor underneath your tree is covered in dead pine needles. This year, make meaningful memories and escape the relentlessly materialistic Christmas messaging by instituting some new traditions with your family. Things that will bring you together and allow you to bond over a new shared experience.
A holiday party calls for an elevation of the usual glass of wine or mixed drink, so this year, get your head in the game with our guide to mixology. We’ll teach you how to set up a home bar, and prep for any party in style. You don’t need to be an expert in order to wow your family and friends with amazing drinks — it just takes a little research, and patience. You’ll be a whiz in no time.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects millions of people every year as the seasons begin to change, the days get colder, and the nights get longer. SAD is a form of depression that occurs during the winter months, and doctors estimate that it affects a large percentage of the population – five percent of people studied say that their SAD interferes with their life on a daily basis.
This year, resolve to flex your creative muscles when it comes to thinking up gifts for your nearest and dearest. Do-It-Yourself gifts are a fun and thoughtful way to communicate your love to your friends and family. Plus, they often cost less than a traditional gift bought from the mall, and are way more personalized and meaningful.
While the holidays are a time for joy and togetherness, the reality of the situation is that putting your entire family in one room together is probably going to result in a bit of stress.
Potlucks are a staple of the holiday season – whether it’s an appetizer party where everyone contributes a plate of tiny bites or a family holiday meal that’s gotten so large one kitchen simply can’t feed all the guests anymore. While potlucks may seem easy (“everyone just bring whatever you feel like!”), a truly great potluck requires people to make sacrifices.
Unfortunately for all of us, money doesn’t grow on trees. Unless you plan carefully throughout each stage of your life, you may find yourself broke at the end of it. Financial planning is the key to ensuring that you have one less thing to worry about when you retire.