Avoiding the Hump! A Closer Look at Upper Crossed Syndrome By Diana Mitchell

Your body is an amazingly complex and adaptable structure. It will literally mold to serve you best based on your everyday habits and movements. Every new learned movement is usually difficult at first and takes a lot of focus to perform correctly. But after some practice, working on form and strengthening the muscles, movements such as the squat and push up become easier. Your body learns the proper movement patterning and those wires between the brain and the muscles grow stronger making each movement feel more natural and easier to perform. Unfortunately, the same goes for poor movement patterning or … Continue reading Avoiding the Hump! A Closer Look at Upper Crossed Syndrome By Diana Mitchell

LESSONS FROM ITALY Part 2: Attitude is EVERYTHING

For those of you just jumping in on this, I recently spent nearly a month in my ‘home at heart’, Italy. Traveling from central to the South, it was an amazing 3.5 weeks full of food, drink, adventures and … LIFE lessons. In my last blog I shared some of my foodie lessons on Drinking Wine, Stopping for Coffee and Eating Carbs so if you missed it do get back to read it! You CAN live like the Italians do 🙂 This week I wanted to write about the tears and rewards. The deeper lessons. Each one of these will … Continue reading LESSONS FROM ITALY Part 2: Attitude is EVERYTHING