Steve Maxwell is one of the most respected American fitness coaches. His holistic approach is what makes him unique. Black belt Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and American Master of Russian Kettlebell; travels around the world to teach and coach about Breathe Techniques, Mobility Conditioning, BJJ and Strength.
[Product Placement] When you travel alone, staying fit feels easy and on point. When you travel in groups it might be a bit challenging.
As you have noticed I have been traveling for 4 weeks in the beautiful Mexican Caribbean and the North of Mexico.
Since I landed in America I have been having a bit of a struggle adapting to a different lifestyle, a different way of living and eating. Long distances, cities full of SAD food and gyms crowed with machines. I finally found a proper place to train strength and conditioning with weights. I thought that the topic of emotional therapy will fit perfectly in my next blogpost.
Well let’s talk about food and cravings. We all have food cravings at some point, right?
I remember I always had cravings when I was a teen and when I was emotional unbalanced. I still do.
I just watched Ido Portal’s just move movie by London Real TV and by watching the practices and listening Brian narrating his perspective I felt connected. Suddenly, eureka, I felt again: This is it.
I love books, before I became an active living freak I used to go to the book store and look for the latest book, mostly on wellness, and I was always leaving the shop with at least 2 books in my hand and an empty pocket. My favorite place to read books was my old couch, the beach and a cozy coffee shop that is around the corner where I used to live in Mexico.
This yoga flow routine is perfect to reset your energy when you feel like you need to. It is less than 15 minutes and it involves inversions, twists, backbend.