Saturday, February 28, 2009
in case you need a little help on the organizational side of things, mitch gaylord's "melt it off" program might just have the hand-holding tools you're looking for. it isn't just dvds. there's also the g-ball (it'll really kick your butt, btw) plus low-fat recipes and meal plans, a rotation calendar, journal and lots of inspiration. the "3 day melt" gets you off to a great start.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
i went to this yoga class a few days ago and totally strained my back. i never have back issues, but it really bothered me at bedtime for a couple of nights. not to slam yoga, but i've never felt like that when doing the 3 day melt / melt it off with mitch. sore muscles, yes, but never that sort of strain before. ugh!
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
that G-Ball is amazing. it leverages your core action to really heat things up. i think that because you have to hold onto it, consciously - because, let's face it, it could fly off and break your favorite lamp or your roommate's nose - really amps up its effectiveness. i could be wrong, but i think it activates more muscles throughout your arms that way. what do you think?
i'm curious to know if anyone has used the Ultimate Core video that's part of the 3-Day melt program. it says it's based on how our core moves in everyday living. that sounds really smart. strengthening your core muscles sure will give you a 6-pack if you're super focused on it, but also just makes sense for good health and a toned body.