Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Myths and Complications: Cleaning Your Wellness House

In today's #BWG: debunking some running myths; simplifying your workouts; and using Yoga to help restore emotional and spiritual balance.May it bless you.

Be Well!


A lot of the things you know can be wrong. That is particularly true when it comes to running. Supporters and opponents of the sport have developed lots of theories about what's good and bad about lacing up, and a lot of their "facts" are bunk. takes a look at some of the more popular ones in 11 Myths About Running Debunked. Sometimes, what you think you know can hurt you.


Gym memberships, Personal Trainers, special clothes, magazine subscriptions, gear and equipment: they can all be valuable, but sometimes it seems the closer you look at fitness, the more complicated it gets. It doesn't have to be. In today's edition of Run Bob Run, I share a gym bag full of exercise plans that will improve your strength, endurance, and flexibility, while saving you time and money so you can get on with the rest of your life. I mean, isn't living well the reason you're working out in the first place?

One of the reasons for a Yoga practice is to restore the balance of mind, body, and spirit that modern life can take away. Depression and anxiety can be a result of this imbalance, and while medication and therapy are important parts of treatment, Yoga has been shown to be of great benefit in helping the spiritual/emotional self to heal. Here are 10 Yoga Poses to Fight Depression and Anxiety from Halogen that might be of help to you or the people you love who are wrestling with these often disabling disorders.