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Lower Body Exercise — The Tree Stand

Outdoor workouts are inspiring no matter what type of exercise you’re doing. I particularly love exercises that include natural props like trees, logs, boulders—any natural object that I can touch. This is an exercise I call the tree stand for lower body. It requires you to balance on one leg, use your core muscles for … Read More

Keep Your Immune System in Balance

“Immunity boost”—a popular buzz-phrase being tossed around during this time of uncertainty. We all want our body’s natural defenses to be able to fight off illness and disease. But what is the immune system exactly—and how can it be improved? Your immune system is just that—a system that protects your body from viruses, parasites, bacteria, … Read More

Lower Body Exercise—The Diagonal Stride

What it works: Glutes, abductors, adductors, calves, balance Props you can use: Inclines, ramps, hills, stairs When it comes to the Diagonal Stride, think skater and stride diagonally from side to side up the incline. Be sure to get low to use your glutes and legs for this powerful exercise. Use your muscles, be deliberate, … Read More

A Simple Breathing Exercise to Boost Your Energy Before A Workout

Spring is here and it’s time to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather, some fresh air, and the brilliant colors popping in nature. Whether you are heading out for a simple stroll or a hardcore interval session, it’s important to give your body and brain a bit of a warmup—using your lungs. When it … Read More

Water and Nutrition

When it comes to nutrition and nutrients in our food, they can be divided into two categories—macronutrients and micronutrients. Macronutrients and the nutrients your body needs in large amounts. Micronutrients are the nutrients your body needs in small amounts. Often overlooked, water is a vitally important component of a well-balanced diet. Technically, water is not … Read More

Lower Body Express Workout

Head for the hills to strengthen & tone your lower body in less than 10 minutes! Download Tina’s 10-minute lower body quickie workout – 5 moves to strengthen, tone and shape up your glutes, inner and outer thighs, hamstrings, quads and calves. Plus, you’ll get a bit of cardiovascular conditioning. Note: Before you begin the … Read More

Take Care of Your Knees

Knees are a tricky joint. Your knee is the largest joint in your body, joining two of the largest bones in your body, the femur and tibia; as well as the fibula and knee cap. This complex hinge joint flexes and extends your leg and is the most commonly injured of all the joints, especially … Read More

How to Motivate and Inspire with Brad Gilbert

If you like to teach, train, or coach others, you know your job is more than just doling out exercises or drills. Your job is to motivate, inspire, and get the best out of people. Check out Tina’s interview with Tennis star turned premier coach, Brad Gilbert, who clearly has the talent to draw the … Read More

Foam Rollers and Fascia Tissue

Foam rollers are an effective and inexpensive way to release tight muscles and increase circulation. The most popular foam rollers are made of dense foam in the shape of a 6’ x 36’ cylinder. Usually they are used for self-myofascial release before or after a workout, but they’re useful anytime. The main target of foam … Read More

Why We All Need Natural Light

Humans have a kinship with other organisms in our need for sunlight and natural light. Natural light is the best source of light available and impossible to reproduce. Studies have shown that natural light or the lack of natural light can affect our mood states and lead to depression. Light affects our levels of serotonin. … Read More

Bone Broth—Is it All it’s Simmered-up to Be?

It’s all the rage—a nutritional bonanza promising everything from clearer skin, more lustrous hair, fat loss and fewer colds. It’s impossible to walk into a grocery store—healthy or not—without finding bone broth on the shelves. Have you seen the prices for a container of bone broth? It can set you back $12 per quart, where … Read More

5 Stretches for Your Upper Body

After an upper body workout it’s easy to leave the stretching behind. But stretching regularly has been shown to improve flexibility and relieve tight muscles. These upper body stretches will also help to maintain good posture. It’s best to stretch after a warm up or your workout. Some key things to keep in mind are: … Read More

Foods to maintain 20/20

It’s been well documented that your diet has a direct affect on your overall health and wellbeing. What about the health of your eyes? In this new decade, 2020, there’s no better time to focus on 20/20 vision and your eye health. Research shows that the risk of macular degeneration and other eye-related diseases can … Read More

Your Body and Mind on Vitamin N

It’s winter! Are you getting your daily dose of Vitamin N (Nature)? We all know that no matter what the season, we need fresh air and sunshine for hormone regularity and to feel good. It’s easy to do during the warmer seasons, but did you know that missing even a few days of natural sunlight … Read More

It’s cold out there. Do I really need to wear sunscreen?

Most of us associate summer with sunscreen because the sun is brightly shining and for the most part, it’s hot. However, even during the cold, dank, dark months of winter, UV rays are still penetrating our skin and causing skin aging and potential damage. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation (SCF), UVB rays, the prominent … Read More

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No matter where you decide to live at Rendezvous, there will always be plenty of open space to stretch out and breathe.

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