What If Your Workout Could Save Your Life?
- by Tera Warner
Join me this Thursday 29th December for a special call with T-Tapp founder Teresa Tapp. See the bottom of this post for your link to download the call recording.
Looking at her toned arms and fit figure, you might think Teresa Tapp was the next Jane Fonda–a fitness superstar. But the truth is, she’s more like a naturopathic doctor disguised in a funky fitness outfit.
We’ve invited Teresa Tapp to be a contributing partner to our New Year’s Green Smoothie Detox, and we thought you might like to know why. Teresa hasn’t just developed another set of ab-crunches and butt-lifting exercises. As you’ll learn below, her primary interest was in discovering a way to help the body heal from cancer and other degenerative conditions–she wasn’t looking to get a six pack, but a clean bill of health!!
Tags: 21-Day Green Smoothie Detox, detox, Exercise, fitness, green smoothie detox, lymph, T-Tapp, Teresa Tapp
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- by Laura Robson
I am a Living Foods Chef/Educator and a Personal Trainer who is a transplant American living in Brisbane, Australia. My “rawsome” life began about 3 years ago after purchasing a Vitamix for Christmas to break the 3 day fast I was on, and I began an addiction to Green Smoothies, consuming an upward of 4 liters per day.
I can attest to all their amazing benefits and have been on quite a self taught “Living in The Raw” journey since then, especially learning about the nutritional side of a “Green” life versus an animal protein adhered to one. Read more »
Tags: benefits of green smoothies, fitness, green smoothie testimonials, muscles, protein, weight loss
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- by Yitka Winn
Some people have a natural ability to hop out of bed and enjoy a pleasant morning jog. Let me begin by saying that, though I call myself a runner, I am not one of these people.
I am a woman with a finicky stomach that’s led me, over time, to resign myself to running solely in the afternoon or evening.
Conventional running and nutrition wisdom states that the ideal time to eat a pre-run meal is 3-4 hours before exercise. Short of setting an alarm clock to wolf down food in the middle of the night, what’s a tempestuous-tummied runner to do if she wants to knock out some miles before work?
Tags: Digestion, Exercise, fitness, green juice, healthy eating, running, tips
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Believe me when I tell you that Bali’s most loved yogi, Daniel Aaron, inspires the women of WISH (in the most loving way possible) to stop worrying about their bodies–to breathe, to move and to embrace complete self-acceptance. To access this call, and all the calls, register for the FREE WISH summit on any of our pages.
When you look down at the layer of pudge around your gut, when your thick thighs rub and you strut your stuff with that scrumptious dimpled rump,
How do you feel?
It’s not about trying to fit into a size 5 skirt or getting your skin to match some anti-aging cosmetic ad. It’s about making a decision to live in alignment with the greatest vision of the grandest life you can possibly imagine. It’s about a commitment to make choices and take actions that support you and your vision.
When you do that, no dimpled rump or pudgy gut will ever knock you down. And from the sweet space of loving yourself, there will only be one question to ask yourself.
How good can it get?
Way on the other side of the world from where I am, amidst rice paddies and coconut palms, is a man who has committed his life to answering that very question. Daniel Aaron is here with us now all the way from Bali to help you get a taste of what it means to be radiantly alive.
Here are some of the questions I asked him during this interview Read more »
Tags: Daniel Aaron, fitness, Radiantly Alive, Raw Food, weight loss, WISH Women's International Summit for Health, yoga
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If you’ve ever worked out tirelessly with bands, bricks, barbells and way too tight running shoes only to feel like you were still missing something in your fitness routine, then chances are you have never tried Nia.
You can run marathons and workout at the gym three times a week, but what about your curves? When do they get to play?
And what about that insatiable calling within to dance, to move express to explore what your body can do? Here to help answer that call from within and a few of our questions on this subject is the co-founder of Nia, Debbie Rosas.
Here are some of the questions I asked her in this interview:
Tags: Debbie Rosas, fitness, Nia, WISH Women's International Summit for Health
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