Knowing your strengths and your limitations is key, says our fitness editor.
A team approach of PIlates, chiropractic care and massage helped Michelle Sprinkle overcome debilitating chronic sacroiliac pain.
Enter MovNat What struck me immediately when I came across MovNat almost a year ago is the similarity between the movement patterns they emphasize and the movement patterns/motor skill milestones children naturally and automatically cycle through in the first few years of life if they are allowed the freedom to do so. These are the... Read more »
Jen Sinkler, our fitness editor, wrangles leading experts to address your most perplexing workout quandaries and conundrums.
Brooke Siler used to do a lot of mindless exercising — strength training without really thinking about it, cardio without much conscious effort. Since becoming a Pilates instructor 15 years ago, however, her perspectives on exercise have changed. At the cover shoot for our November 2009 issue, Siler shares her story.
Whether you seek lower blood pressure, a longer silhouette, or a more peaceful response to life's pressures, disciplined practices like yoga, tai chi and Pilates offer a host of transformative benefits. Which might explain why mind-body exercise is one of the hottest trends in the fitness industry.