Sitting has been branded the “new smoking” for its supposed health risks, and for those of you who spend most of your days sedentary, you've probably experienced debilitating problems such as neck, shoulder and back aches that it causes.
The life expectancy of running shoes are measured in miles rather than months or years. As a general rule of thumb, experts suggest that running shoes be retired and replaced every 500 to 750 kilometres (300 to 500 miles).
According to a survey conducted by Orbit Media Studios, bloggers as of 2020, spend an average of 3 hours and 55 minutes writing a single blog article. And remember, this doesn’t take into consideration the time and resources also needed to plan, research, format, create images, or promote that article.
Often described as an ‘attainable miracle for life’, ThetaHealing® is a fascinating form of alternative therapy. When we first heard about it, we were curious about what it is, how it works and what it's good for, so we turned to All-Some Healing ThetaHealing® practitioner and instructor, Eugenia Yong, to find out more.
In preparation for an upcoming marathon or race against your own personal best, you’ve probably obsessed over figuring out the best training techniques or even running clothes or shoes to wear. All this, just to ensure you can perform optimally on the big day. While the above are all completely fair considerations for optimal performance, there’s another crucial factor that’s often overlooked - and that’s diet.
Some days life gets in the way and we can't make it for our favourite yoga class.
Whether you run for fun, are considering completing your first race, or are an experienced runner, we all have one goal in mind; to improve our performance so we can run further and faster.
Feeling disillusioned with Tinder? If you’re experiencing fatigue from the glut of options online, you’re not alone. Although dating apps have thrived in our digital age of convenience, more people – especially Singaporean women – are staying single across all age groups.
You’ve come up with the perfect name, vision and personality for your up and coming brand, and now it’s time to create a logo to embody it. Your logo is an incredibly important aspect of building your brand because it’s the visual component that the public will come to know, for as long as your brand exists.
CORExperience is an article series of short interviews with the professionals at Core Collective about their experience trying out another professional’s fitness or wellness service.