If you were to only know one thing about Isagenix, it should be the IsaBody Challenge® and the absolutely incredible people and health and wellness journeys it represents. Through each 16-week Challenge, we witness thousands of participants experience outstanding total-body transformations, and our latest Challenge was no exception. We’re extremely proud of everyone who participated!
Life is hectic, and finding the time and energy to exercise can seem impossible. But if you’ve heard the “Five P’s” of success – Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance – then incorporating this concept into your workout routine can keep you on track (and on time for the rest of your day). Isagenix can help.
It’s a common misconception that yoga is just for stretching and relaxing, but if you’re trying to increase strength in your core, your upper body, or your balance, many poses are incredible strength builders.
Now that you’ve got your summer plans all squared away and your vacations marked on the calendar, there’s just one more plan you need to make: your vacation workout plan. With the right strategy in place, you’ll never have to worry about losing progress or getting off track. Not home? No problem. Here are the best workouts to do on vacation.
According to researchers, only about one in every six Americans who have ever been overweight loses weight and maintains that loss. And while that number is larger than most weight loss clinical trials report, most Americans are still unable to lose weight and keep it off.
It’s often the case that those who dedicate their lives to taking care of others can overlook taking care of themselves. Around the time Mark had this realization, he was introduced to Isagenix. It didn’t take long for Mark to begin feeling and seeing results. But more importantly, he discovered that he could be both a champion for others and a champion for himself.
Whether you’re an avid athlete who already knows the best exercises for your body or you’re someone who’s just getting started, one of the best ways to get your sweat on is by mixing things up and trying something new. This summer, we challenge you to get out there and do something you’ve never done before that gets your body moving and your blood pumping.
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Here’s a universal truth: Losing weight is hard. Sometimes, it downright sucks. The commitment to simply “lose weight” for the summer season is so vague that we don’t know where to start, which is why a good challenge is the perfect motivational tool to help kick-start the process and see results. If you’re feeling stuck, try one (or all!) of these four challenges to finally slim down for summer.
The day of a professional athlete starts early. For professional golfer Anna Nordqvist, it starts in the gym by 6:15 a.m. for a session that doesn’t end until she’s put in 90 minutes of intense training. Her own trainer describes her workouts as brutal, but Anna knows every second spent in the gym means the potential to improve her performance and enhance her game.