Posts Tagged ‘health’

Diet. Why it Matters. (Fuel Your Body Right)

Let’s be clear right from the start: when I say ‘diet’, I am not meaning eating only grapefruit, dry greens and low fat cottage cheese. Although these can be part of a healthy diet, they are not for everyone. “Diet” simply means the foods and drinks that you consume on a regular basis. I do

5 Ways Not to Overindulge This Holiday Season

Oh, all the parties… And you’re trying to be really good and make sure you eat your veggies. And all those cookies never end up making you feel that good later anyway. Sure they tasted amazing in the moment, but then you feel sluggish, drained, gassy or all of the above. This time of year

Toes. Love ’em or hate ’em, they’re important

Over the past two or so months, the number of people I have met who can’t get into a plank, perform a walking lunge or split squat (among other positions) because they can’t bend their toes back far enough has really astounded me. I am sure I have met people over the years that also

‘Engage Your Shoulders!’…But Am I Doing it Right?

We’ve all probably heard (or even said for those instructors reading this post) “engage your shoulders”, but what does that mean? What do we mean? Do we know? Do our students? There have definitely been many discussions on this topic and there are plenty of instructors who have a strong belief in their method. I

Shoulder Warm-up Must Haves

In circus arts we do a lot of movements with our arms raised over our heads. The importance of properly warming up the shoulders for overhead movement patterns is something I wrote about earlier this year in a blog post: 5 Shoulder Warm-up Exercises to add to your warm-up. The movement patterns described in that blog

Vaginas and Circus

Sorry if this title is a bit shocking to you, but we need to talk about the two of them. Vaginas and circus, that it. For those of you who have a vagina, some of the following scenarios may have actually happened–and if they have, I want you to know that these sorts of incidents occur

Improve Your Training Results with Optimal Breathing Techniques

In November I posted Your Breath, Your Training about how to breath when training. This month I want to expand on that idea of breathing even more because breathing can effect how we’re feeling, both emotionally and physically, which then means it’s affecting your training. Most of us breath incorrectly. Some of us are either not fully using our

Quick Guide to Healthy Breakfast Choices

We have all heard the saying: “Breakfast is the most Important Meal of the Day!” But not many people actually have breakfast before they leave for the start their day. Or if they do, they are not having a breakfast that will appropriately and adequately fuel them for their day ahead. If this sounds like

About Aerialibrium

AeriaLibrium offers classes at Esh Aerial Arts and Aircraft Aerial Arts. Private fitness trainings offered at your home or at our location. Whether you are an aerialist looking to get stronger or more flexible or someone looking for a fun, exciting and different workout, AeriaLibrium has the classes and trainings you are looking for!
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