Diet and exercise. We’ve heard for years that those two habits are important when it comes to weight loss. Most studies say that your diet is more important, but exercise helps. But does it really help? And if so, how much?
The ideal inner-thigh workout — one that blasts fat while building muscle — is hard to come by. Luckily for you, we’ve done the research! Do these seven exercises three days a week and you’ll start seeing toned thighs in no time.
For Alexa Silvaggio, yoga was literally a lifesaver. Stuck in an eating disorder in college, she started a yoga practice and found peace. She started loving herself, her body, and food again, and turned her life around.
You roll out your yoga mat, take your seat, and begin your routine before class starts. A routine comprised of stretching, sitting or lying down to mentally prepare, or maybe enjoying some time to chat with your fellow yogis. All is as it should be, yet something seems off. You’re uninspired, going through the motions, not as aware of what you’re doing, feeling low in energy and even contemplating the need to take more breaks.
We’ve heard that meditation can help with so many things, from focus to sleep. But it also has another tremendously valuable added benefit: it improves our relationships. You may wonder how a seated and isolated activity—after all, even if you’re meditating in a group, you’re not talking to anyone—can help improve your social skills and relationship prowess, but research shows it does. Here’s how.
Two Fit Moms: One Common Thread
Two Fit Moms Laura Kasperzak and Masumi Goldman are on a mission: to empower women to recommit to health and wellness. With Laura's belief that there's a style of yoga for everybody, and Masumi's dedication to fostering a deep connection between mind and body, their shared goal of making wellness available to everyone aligns with our own. We invite you to meet Laura and Masumi, the hard working women behind Two Fit Moms.