• How Martial Arts Can Reduce Work-Related Stress

    Work-related stress has unfortunately become a norm for many people no matter where they are in the world. Limited resources, long hours, demanding deadlines, job insecurity, and interpersonal conflict can greatly affect one’s emotional and physical health. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, chronic stress can cause headaches, insomnia, and irritability. People under …


  • Should You Exercise On The Morning Of Your Wedding?

    On my wedding 5 years ago I did a super hard treadmill workout in my first day at 9,000 ft elevation in Lake Tahoe and nearly had my heart and lungs jump out of my chest. Don’t be like me 🙂 Check out my latest fitness expert article contribution with Martha Stewart Weddings written by …


  • How Regular Exercise Keeps Your Heart Young

    When you exercise on regular basis, good things happen: you become healthier, you lose excess weight, you become stronger and more flexible, and you boost your endurance as well as your metabolism. As if all these things weren’t enough, regular exercise does wonders for your internal organs as well. If you are worried about your …


  • How Housebound CFS Patients Can Stay Fit And Healthy At Home

    When you’re tackling the severe tiredness that comes with ME and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, you’re unlikely to want to put your gym gear on and workout. However, research has shown that exercising can improve the condition. The Institute of Medicine reports that as many as 2.5 million Americans have ME or CFS. Meanwhile, one study revealed …