Posts in Body optimisation
Everyday Habits That Destroy Your Spine

Back problems became more common in the 21st century and are usually caused by a sedentary lifestyle and from holding/looking at new gadgets. There may be a lot of reasons for bad posture and chronic pain, but scientists are revealing ones that we bring upon on ourselves.

For example, did you know that your job could be the leading cause of a chronic backache? A lack of rest is also bad for your posture.

Here are some the most popular habits that according to scientists, lead to a chronic backache.

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Ballet Diet: What to Eat Before a Workout

Many of my clients have asked, what is best to eat before our Ballet Body Sculpture workout class? It becomes especially difficult choice if the class in the evening, far away from your lunch and heavy dinner is not an option before a ballet class:)

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Pumpkin Pudding – Vegan & Gluten free

Seasonal, nutrition and very healthy! Pumpkin is is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Dietary : , Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Potassium, Copper and Manganese.

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The Motivation of Direction

One of the biggest difficulties we all face — is manifesting the ‘motivation of direction’. The big WHY behind the choices we make in everything we do.

When to comes to ballet fitness, the big why’s you need to address to maximise your rewards are, why are you doing ballet, and why do you have your current expectations.

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How To Deal With Stress Effectively

If you talk to anyone, you will be hard pressed to find someone who does not think their life is, to some extent, stressful. We live in a time where we are expected to be contactable 24/7 and be able do everything right now. How does stress work in your body?

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Why Stretching is Important

If you are looking to build an optimal fit body that is both strong and flexible, combining power and agility at the same time, stretching should play a vital part in your exercise routines. t could even play a role as a potent anti-acing tool, helping to keep your movements fluid as well as keep your posture aligned.

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