Yoga's just as good for your brainwaves as it is for your core. The link between exercise and brain function is nothing new, but a new study shows that a short yoga session improves memory and attention span better than sweating it out on the treadmill. The reason? The breathing exercises and meditation that occur during yoga keep the mind sharp even while the body's working hard.
We know the difference between Bikram, Hatha, and Vinyasa… but what's Yin Yoga?
Sometimes we all need a good stretch session. Here's a restorative yoga series to help you get loose and limber.
This week we recommended snacking on roasted cauliflower, incorporating walking or running into your cardio routine, substituting applesauce for butter or oil, taking lunch outdoors, and doing yoga to boost attention span and memory. How many healthy choices were you able to make this week?