A guide created by a wellness and fitness expert that will change your perception of exercising.
In an interview with Zur Genosar, Co-Founder & CEO at The Hoffman Kofman Foundation, Gali learns how life's challenges can lead you to unexpected success.
Nothing compares to the joy of coming home and finding a loyal companion. The unconditional love of a pet can provide more than companionship. Pets can also reduce stress, improve heart health, and even help children with their emotional and social skills.
Leadership and culture expert Fred Kofman has a theory that we all dream of creating lasting “immortality projects” that outlive us. Businesses are one such project – but creating one that stands the test of time and is worth being remembered for depends on creating a positive company culture. This is particularly challenging at times of rapid growth when new challenges arise and old solutions scale poorly.
Exercising in the open air has multiple benefits that go beyond what can be provided by the muscle conditioning room or directed classes in fitness centers. And it is that research has shown greater benefits on well-being, self-esteem and motivation. Training approximately 30 minutes a day outdoors, with the help of the sun and contact with nature, will increase your energy levels, revitalize you and reduce your levels of anxiety and bad mood in your day to day life. Let's see below a series of benefits that are key in outdoor training.
If we live aware of our inner world, we will believe more in our mind and, therefore, in ourselves . In this way, we will respect our value more and feel more natural, which supports the development of our self-esteem.
The director of the Center for Emotional Intelligence at Yale University maintains that an adult cannot teach a child to manage their emotions if they do not know themselves.
Besides enjoying the health benefits of regular exercise, fit kids sleep better. Exercise improves school performance and makes kids less likely to develop depression. Kids who exercise regularly are also better able to handle physical and emotional challenges — from running to catch a bus to studying for a test.
Here are some tips to take care of yourself, learn to navigate through tough times at home while you spend more time with family, and become problem solvers to overcome the challenges, big and small, that we all face in our lives.