Know What’s Important

It’s the Journey that’s Important… by: John McLeod Life, sometimes so wearying Is worth its weight in gold The experience of traveling Lends a wisdom that is old Beyond our ‘living memory’ A softly spoken prayer: “It’s the journey that’s important, Not the getting there!” Ins and outs and ups and downs Life’s road meandersContinue reading “Know What’s Important”

To Release “Control”

“The strength of the team is each individual member… the strength of each member is the team!” (Phil Jackson, Coach, Chicago Bulls) Coach Chris Heddles at ZigZag Circus, gave me a very good insight with a few simple words “Stop having the need to control…” Being the “flyer” in acro, you have to let theContinue reading “To Release “Control””

Are you an infomercial “victim”?

Infomercials promoting weight loss with the minimal info given and then having models with washboard abs telling you they got results via…3mins a day…?? Sounds too good to be true? Well, IT IS! It drives me up the wall and sends shivers down my spine everytime I hear about people buying these equipment based onlyContinue reading “Are you an infomercial “victim”?”

Common Injuries:Pole & Aerial Athletes

From: Sports Injury What is Impingement Syndrome? Impingement Syndrome, which is sometimes called Swimmer’s shoulder or Thrower’s shoulder, is caused by the tendons of the rotator cuff (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis muscles) becoming ‘impinged’ as they pass through a narrow bony space called the Subacromial space – so called because it isContinue reading “Common Injuries:Pole & Aerial Athletes”

TRX Goodness in Australia

Every event conducted by Fitness Anywhere Inc for TRX out here in Asia Pacific so far have been great experiences.  How often do you get so many individuals who are uniquely talented in their field with enormous amount of experience and inspiring life stories…all in one room for daysssss in a row?  As for myself, IContinue reading “TRX Goodness in Australia”

More Breaks from Sitting Are Good for Waistlines and Hearts

ScienceDaily (Jan. 13, 2011) — It is becoming well accepted that, as well as too little exercise, too much sitting is bad for people’s health. Now a new study has found that it is not just the length of time people spend sitting down that can make a difference, but also the number of breaksContinue reading “More Breaks from Sitting Are Good for Waistlines and Hearts”