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We are onto Day 2 of the Green Cleanse Detox plan. Congratulations on making an effort and taking a big step at boosting your health level by detoxifying the body.  This cleanse not only detoxifies, but is also very nourishing to your body. You may feel tired from the body’s big detox process or more energetic from the influx of nutrients and chlorophyll. Each person will feel a little differently depending on many background circumstances. Listen carefully to your body. How are you feeling today? Tired? Refreshed? Take it easy and only do any activities suggested that you feel like doing.  Do only what feels right to you.
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Creative visualization is a technique using your imagination to create and visualize scenarios in the mind’s eye.  By using visualization techniques, you create a mental picture of something and then focus on this image or scenario for periods of time. The main belief with creative visualization is that by changing ones thoughts and perceptions, you can change the outer world. Many successful, wealthy and influential people in the world believe that by visualizing specific behaviors or scenarios, you can change energy patterns to bring your goals and desires to you more quickly. || Read more

posted by on Blog, Daily Workouts - 10-15 minutes, Training Topics


10 Minute Classic Bodyweight Workout - Hiit training

This bodyweight workout is a great place to start your HIIT training.  It has 12 bodyweight exercises carefully chosen to represent the core bodyweight exercises that form the basis of most HIIT workouts, and all bodyweight workouts for that matter. These are the classics. They are considered classics and have stood the test of time because they work. || Read more

posted by on Blog, Exercises, Fitness, Training Topics

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Below there are 12 modified exercises. Each exercise has its own 1 to 2 minute video showing it first done with regular form, and then how to modify it. The exercises below are bodyweight exercise classics. They form the core of most HIIT workouts,  or any bodyweight workout, and most exercise variations stem from these. I use this core group of exercises all the time in my workouts. By knowing how to modify these exercises you will be better able to make the workouts I do suit you best to gain strength and to get the most out of the workouts. 

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This healthy breakfast recipe, Buckwheaties, is a raw cereal made from a very nutritious seed that is sprouted and dehydrated. Many think of buckwheat as a grain, but it is actually a fruit seed and despite its name has no relation to wheat at all. Many people who are intolerant to wheat and other grains will find comfort in this highly nutritious and energizing grain-like seed. Buckwheat has high levels of valuable minerals, phytonutrients and a surprisingly high level of antioxidants, rivalling and surpassing many fruits and vegetables.  || Read more

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This cardio ab workout gets your heart pumping with lots of skipping, and yes, although I love skipping, you can alternate for another form of cardio, like mountain climbers, high knees or jumping jacks. This is a 3 part workout. The first part is the cardio part. The second part is HIIT intervals with dynamic jumping, burpeeing and sandbag exercises, for even more cardio. The third part is also HIIT training intervals with 3 Swiss ball ab exercises. Each part takes about 3 minutes and they get rotated and done 3 times each.  || Read more

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In this raw butternut squash soup recipe I will show you how to make butternut squash soup the raw food way. It is such an easy recipe to make. You will see how it is so much easier to prepare it is than the cooked butternut squash soup I posted previously. Both are delicious. This raw soup recipe is delicious and enticing with its delicately spiced Moroccan, North African, spice combination of cumin, ginger and cinnamon.  I also suggest another way to make this soup in the accompanying video, with different spices and by blending coconut into the soup.   || Read more