Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Thursday, June 10, 2021
The Summer Session starts this June and goes all the way through September!
The Summer Special is planned workouts for over 16 weeks (if you start mid June)
This includes the Trainerize App so that you can keep that motivation going!
I will be doing Group Classes throughout the summer
- both virtual and hopefully in person!
Cost is only $60 for the full Summer!
**12 week program guaranteed no matter when you start!
Friday, June 4, 2021
“I’m just too Tired” “I don’t feel like it”
I hear that all the time from people. Just like those people who have good intentions with their New Year’s Resolutions but can’t seem to drag their butt off the couch and get away from Netflix binging. “Maybe I’ll start tomorrow” they say.
But did you know that;
Tiredness results in obesity, depression and many other illnesses?
Tiredness is the reason for low efficiency at work and school.
Tiredness is blamed for 20 per cent of road and domestic accidents.
20% of the population suffer intense fatigue severe enough to interfere with their daily life.
25 to 50% of people visit their healthcare practitioner with low energy as a main symptom. And thanks to Covid, it’s probably much higher!
Unfortunately, people blame the effect rather than the cause.
Sure, a lot of depression and exhaustion is emotional, with a steady surge on our stress hormones. However, the current 24/7 culture affects the mind body condition. We need to recharge our minds and our bodies.
The reality is, if you want to have a better quality of life and ample energy you need to make an effort
In order to get motivated you need to COMMIT. Commit your mind to a new vision of yourself focus on positive not negative thoughts. Turn over a new leaf and reinvent yourself.
And one of the best ways to reduce tiredness, depression and obesity, is to commit to EXERCISE.
Think “Use it or Lose It”. - Your body deteriorates from lack of use, causing fatigue and weight gain. And, only YOU can change it!
Commit to 30 minutes of exercise a day. If that’s too much, try for just 10. Go for a walk, pump some iron, or do yoga. Sure, committing to a fitness regimen seems hard. Nothing worth doing is ever easy. But you must think you can and try.
If you are having trouble getting started a personal trainer can help. Try a group fitness class, or an online workout. You are NEVER2OLD! Once you commit it is easy to get hooked and never go back.
Commit to making the most out of your valuable time.
Commit time for YOURSELF!
Just remember: either you commit yourself or you quit yourself!
THIS WEEK FREE VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASS
Join me and the other Dynabods for a FREE Virtual workout - this Tuesday and Thursday (June 8 & 10th) 6:30pm (Central Time Cda/USA) Workout using Skype.
Want more incentive? I am offering a free trial with the Trainerize App with my scheduled workouts, exercises and tracking. Get engaged and motivated anywhere and anytime. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/4SwSd3i9ucM
If interested, let me know (email: Dynabody@gmail.com) and I will send you the particulars!
Friday, April 2, 2021
It’s time to feel Super! Here is a simple “life hack” which can help foster positive feelings - The Power Pose. This is where you stand in a WonderWoman or SuperMan Power pose.
By aligning the spine, rolling the shoulders back, and relaxing the face and neck it helps with muscle memory that focuses on good posture. The added benefit is it helps to develop positive energy. By doing this regularly it becomes a habit, and, it helps to hardwire the brain, building an inner sense of self love. So harness your mind and emotions to improve your health!
Friday, March 5, 2021
Your breath is one of the easiest ways to get into the Parasympathetic or relaxed state.
The parasympathetic pathway is where your mind realizes that your body can relax, rest, and feel safe. On the other hand, the sympathetic pathway is responsible for preparing for an emergency, and unfortunately for most of us, our bodies are continuously in this high alert state, increasing stress and anxiety.
With nasal breathing you get 20% more oxygen
than through your mouth. Air is slowed down, filtered, moistened and
pressurized. Your heart rate stays lower even when the intensity of your
Inhalation is considered the sympathetic state (eg: get scared you inhale and hold your breath)
Exhalation is your parasympathetic state (eg: think about going to the spa, you tend to give a relaxed sigh) So try and exhale longer. 4 second inhale and 8 second exhale
You need to manipulate the diaphragm to expand, not just the belly but the lower rib cage also.
This is key to reducing stress,as it frees up the tension in your neck muscles and rather than using the upper chest muscles to breathe you focus on your lower diaphragm.
Upper chest breathing with heavy inhales can cause soreness of the neck, tension headaches, and nerve tension.
“Belly breathing”, which engages the diaphragm, is the natural way of breathing (not the chest)
By regulating your breathing through diaphragmatic and nasal breathing you retain more carbon dioxide, expelling it out more controlled, you become able to handle the stress more within your body. Another way is to turn on the cold water when showering, but hey, that’s a discussion for another time….
Thursday, March 4, 2021
JOIN A FREE VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASS!
Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:30 pm
while virtually working out with others.
Pandemic, Weather, Rushed - NO WAY!
Get that sense of satisfaction, motivation and increased endorphins -
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested!
Monday, January 25, 2021
6 week Dynabody Functional Fitness Program just $55
Includes 12 Live Virtual Classes (Tues & Thurs) and the Trainerize Mobile app.
Access to the Trainerize App to which allows for planned workouts, exercises and coaching directly on your smartphone anytime, anywhere. eTransfer or email me for particulars.
$40 for 10 Live Virtual Fitness Classes.
Tuesday & Thursdays 6:30pm (Central Time)
March 16 - April 15, 2021
May 4 - June 3, 2021
That’s $4 per class!
SJSD Coned - Dynabody Virtual Fitness Classes
Contact: St.James Assiniboia Continuing Education at 204-832-9637Or email reply to Signy at ConEd: email@example.com