We live in a time where we’re all multitasking by default. Twitter while watching Netflix, Facebook while working, emails while spending time with the family. It’s just part of our lifestyle these days.
Overcoming stress can be a big challenge for people, especially for people who have no idea where to begin while coping with anxiety and panic attacks. Without relying on any medication, you can bring your stress under control. There are certain ways that can help you to cope and overcome with stress.
Do you have the habit of using cinnamon in your recipes? Cinnamon is one such spice that has been widely used since the ancient times due to its medicinal properties and it has been proven by a ton of research. Here are some of the top 10 benefits of cinnamon.
For Balance The Grind’s latest addition to our interview series, we have our very good friend Vina Sirisatien; a practitioner of Muay Thai among many other types of activity.
During some research for this website, I came across a cool new food pyramid by Mark Sisson called the Primal Blueprint Food Pyramid.
Whether it’s for making your life easier at work or to help improve your benefits when working out, having a good posture is very important. Those who work in an office with 8-10 hour desk jobs are likely to have worse postures, but bad posture is a pretty common problem regardless.
To attack the day, you need to be up in the morning. While lifestyle tends to dictate what time we wake up in the mornings, the general rule is that the earlier, the better. Our bodies get a much better kick out of being up nice and early, allowing us to be more productive and to see more of the day in general.
Ever since I discovered the kettlebell, it has quickly become one of my favourite training tools and is a staple in my workout routine. The kettlebell is absolutely one of the most versatile pieces of equipment that you can use for building strength, burning fat, increasing your cardio and more!
If you’ve ever trained in the evening or night, after work, you probably know that familiar feeling of dreading the gym. It doesn’t matter how much you love working out, when you’ve had a long, tiring day at work, hitting the gym probably won’t be very high on your to-do list.
If you’re anything like me then the biggest pain about travelling for work is that it takes you out of your routine. Whether it’s your diet, sleep or work out routine, travelling interstate and overseas too often can have quite a drastic impact on your physical health.