flexibility

social media [longevity live]

Social media is booming with yoga enthusiasts and gym-goers, even those who enjoy contorting their bodies in all kinds of crazy poses. Is this a good or a bad thing? Well, it’s all up to preference. However, Instagram tends to fill up our minds with high expectations and is changing

bikram yoga | Longevity Live

26 poses done in a heated room in hopes of both cleansing and strengthening the body.  The practice of Bikram yoga originating from Asia soon found its way across the world and has quickly been adopted as a meditation tool for the mind, body, and soul. This past Saturday, I

mobility is [longevity live]

Mobility is often the missing link in most people’s fitness routine. Whilst you’re lifting heavier and sweating more you might be on the fast track to a stiff and immobile body. And I am not talking about being flexible either. You need both, particularly as you get older. Increasing your mobility

kettlebell squats [longevity live]

Kettlebell squats and the way you hold the weight makes a big difference to your workout. Squats are difficult to perfect on their own, but adding a weight makes them a lot harder. Try weighted squats with your kettlebell in the rack position. This is when you rest the weight in front

fascia | Longevity LIVE

If your answer to our question was ‘very little’, it would be understandable. For most people, if you asked them to explain fascia, they would be unable to do so. This is because this is likely the one element of our bodies that has most been neglected in study. For years, fascia

stretching | Longevity LIVE

There’s always been a strong emphasis on making stretching part of your exercise regimen, but including it as part of your daily routine is just as important to your health. That early morning stretch is often equivalent to a cup of coffee – it wakes you up and it just