Psychological Effect of Physical Training

The mind can benefit as much as the body does from regular physical activity.  Research in the area of psychology and physical activity supports a strong relationship between physical fitness and emotional stability. An example of that relationship is that improved endurance makes the body less susceptible to fatigue, pain, and consequently, it is less likely to commit errors, mental or physical. Your performance at work or school can be sustained longer without the necessity for frequent breaks.  Furthermore, people who are physically fit usually have a better outlook, a little more self con...
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What is Your Machine Worth?!?

The human body is analogous to an intricate machine.  When the machine is properly aligned and calibrated, all parts work in efficiently and in synergy.  The way we carry ourselves will determine the rate of depreciation of our most prized equipment. Good posture does not only make you look good, appear leaner and taller, but it is also responsible for injuries prevention, not to mention it reduces pain, and enhances the overall "feel good" effect. Because of its many benefits, such as ease of movement, better balance of muscle strength and flexibility, proper positioning of the spine, and...
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Finally, a Healthy Approach to Weight Loss!

At Wellosophy, we believe that wellness is achieved through leading a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition, regular exercise, and a sensible means of portion control. We think the time has come to forget those radical, yo-yo diets with their feelings of constant hunger and deprivation. We believe that now is the time for a new and truly revolutionary approach to hunger management and weight loss.  It starts by simply saying "Diet no more"! So what do you have to lose?!? Most of us could use some help with our ongoing weight struggle.  However, the store shelves are filled with gimmicks ...
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Is your New Year’s Resolution to start a new Diet?!?!?

Forget about it!!! That's right!!! You heard me right. Say NO to diets!!!! Most diet plans do not work in the long term as they are typically synonymous to a temporary measure. People tend to start a new diet plan with great enthusiasm, but after several weeks of depravation associated with the new plan, they fall off the caloric wagon, and continue on the wild roller coaster ride of ups and downs. Successful weight loss without relapse is achieved by an adoption of a healthy lifestyle, without hunger, or the the psychological depravation which most dieters experience. So what ar...
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This is the year you’re going to crush your resolutions

You're going to join new social groups and make new friends, cut back on unhealthy foods, and .....exercise five days a week! You're going to feel motivated the whole time, so it will be simple. It's just a matter of adhering to your mission. Mind over matter. Right? Wrong!!!! Around 45 percent of Americans make New Year's resolutions, according to a University of Scranton survey published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, and yet just 8 percent achieve them. The first two weeks of the year are the easiest to stay committed, with 75 percent of people maintaining their resoluti...
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