Exercising is a major part of overall wellness. It is imperative that you stretch and workout on a regular basis. Get involved with outdoor activities and some form of program that involves exercise and physical activity. Contact us if you need an accountability partner. We're here for you!
STRETCHING is as important if not more important than the workout itself. Proper stretching allows your muscles to maintain flexibility. It also keeps your muscles healthy, strong, and free from potential injury. Stretching also contributes to adequate range of motion within joints.
When you neglect proper stretching, your muscles become short, tight, and sometimes stressed which can cause severe injury. To avoid joint ache, injuries, and muscle damage, simply stretch. Daily stretching will keep also your muscles extended, lean, flexible, and healthy.
BASIC STRETCHING ROUTINES
Featured Routines Provided by Dr. Jared Beckstrand
SPIRITUAL & PHYSICAL
III John 1:2 says: Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.
Always remember; GOD wants us to be healthy, both spiritually and physically! He wants what's BEST for us! We must do our part to take care of our body (temple). Exercising is part of that. No matter what workout routine we choose; it is imperative that we exercise, stay active, and practice healthy eating habits. This is all a part of being a good steward of this physical body that the LORD has granted us.
Strength training deals mainly with building stronger muscles. This form of training benefits individuals of all ages.
Aerobic workouts, which increases your heart rate and breathing, is essential for many bodily functions. It provides the necessary workout for a healthy heart and lungs.
High Intensity Interval Training can be a combination of strength and endurance exercises. Research various routines, take your time, and go for it! Keep it moving!
Pilates provide an increase in flexibility and improves proficiency, balance and overall stability.
Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control and still the mind, recognizing a detached witness-consciousness untouched by the mind and mundane suffering.