Check out these eight danger zones at the gym, featured in Romber, including a quote from me about my own first-hand experience. https://www.romper.com/p/8-things-at-the-gym-that-are-slowly-killing-you-no-seriously-65306 Advertisements
When I was in elementary school, my mother and I would watch the Miss America Pageant. Religiously. We tried Miss Teen USA, too, but found it was lacking drama. When I was eight years old, it was my job to gather the paper and pens, a set for each of us. We’d meticulously rank…
Take a look at Ignite’s post on yoga for entrepreneurs featuring tips from teachers (including me!). http://blog.ignitespot.com/de-stress-with-yoga-for-entrepreneurs
Got the runs? Take a look at Byrdie’s post on marathon training including tips from certified personal trainers, including me. http://www.byrdie.com/training-for-a-marathon
Need a little motivation? BritCo features seven tips, and mine is number 5! https://www.brit.co/how-to-stay-motivated-to-exercise/
Check out this BodyPositivity feature with over 30 yoga influencers (including me!) sharing out stories.
I’m at #9 and #14 (and learned these the hard way!). https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:-36uEZ4O9nsJ:https://www.topbuzz.com/article/i6395604155439776266%3Fsmart_view%3D1%26app_id%3D1106+&cd=21&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
Bustle asked me and other trainers and fitness coaches about the subtler signs you need more protein. Do any of these apply to you? https://www.bustle.com/p/15-subtle-signs-that-you-might-need-to-eat-more-protein-every-day-42669
Ever wondered if full body or split routine is better for you? Fitness and Power asked 31 fitness professionals, including myself, our thoughts. Check out the full list! http://www.fitnessandpower.com/fitness-experts/full-body-vs-split
Check out Yoga Six’s piece on the physical and mental benefits of yoga, including quotes from yoga teachers like myself!
I was asked to contribute to this amazing article. Inspiration ❤ https://www.lifezette.com/healthzette/at-98-she-still-teaching-yoga/
I never thought I’d be a yogi. I still clearly remember my first yoga class—it was a freebie at a local, high-end studio where the same postures were taught over and over so the teachers-in-training could rack up their countable hours. I was told that downward dog was ultimately a resting post. I couldn’t imagine…