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Booty bumping time!

Is it healthful?

Love her or hate her, It’s no secret that Kim Kardashian has brought back the booty. Yes, the big butt is back. So, how do you get yours?
Well there is obviously a genetic component, so if your parents are 100-metre sprint champions, top racehorses, or you just happen to be the child of Beyoncé (hi Blue if you’re reading), it’s going to come easily to you. If you don’t happen to have a rich, big-butted heritage then the next best thing is to do some butt-biased exercises.

Believe it or not, a review paper of multiple scientific studies has listed some of the most common lower limb exercises and how much each exercise activates the gluteus maximus muscle. The gluteus maximus muscle makes up the vast, vast majority of the buttocks, so if you train this muscle, it and your butt should increase in size. Therefore, this study tells…

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The Naturopathic Paladin has been following Sarah Beth for sometime now. I can not even explain the huge change in my body and also in my life. Seeking natural energy from the universe thru yoga has helped me navigate thru my day with easy. I look forward to practicing this more and learning the inspiration behind Sara Beth to create such a great weekly free routine for people. Make sure to check back to see updates as we practice throughout the week.


Sarah Beth offers a Free #7DayYogaChallenge for those that would like to get into a routine of doing yoga everyday. She does an amazing job at making you feel at ease while you learn the practices of yoga. I am very thankful for all the work she has put into her videos and very proud to share her to the world in this positive review of how she helped mold this Paladin.

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Sunday – Slow Stretch Restorative Yoga Routine –

Today we’re going to slow it down with a 15 Minute Slow Stretch Restorative Yoga Routine. This will be a great way to recover & stretch, especially if you’re sore.

After doing this routine today, life seemed to ease up a bit. Amazing what the stress relief from this exercise did for my reality. Being offered a few more opportunities to succeed thru some new friends immediately after conducting this. I am very excited for tomorrow morning’s yoga and hope some people enjoy this Challenge Review.

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Monday – Morning Vinyasa Yoga Routine

Today’s routine is a 15 minute Morning Vinyasa Yoga Routine. We’ll use modifications to make this a gentle vinyasa flow, which means we’ll use a repetitive 1 breath, 1 movement to gently massage your muscles loose.

This monday morning got my heart racing a little bit. For being in pretty good shape, Sarah Beth got me working those muscles that never come out to play. I really enjoyed the speed of it once I got the hang of the routine at the very end. I feel very awake and ready to tackle the day after that little work out, got me huff n puff n a bit. After I finished Money’s routine my neck was a bit sore from sleeping odd, so I gave the Stiff Neck Routine a try. 

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Tuesday – Heart Opening Hatha Yoga Routine

Stretch and breathe deep as you open your shoulders, chest and upper back in this heart opening, posture improving hatha yoga sequence.

Wednesday – Power Yoga Workout

Get strong with this 15 minute Power Yoga Workout. Part of the “7 Day Yoga Challenge” with a yoga routine for each day of the week.

Thursday – Twist & Rinse Vinyasa Yoga Routine

Rinse and Twist in this Vinyasa Yoga Routine to detox the old to make space for the new

Friday – Feel Good Hip Opening Hatha Yoga Routine

Stretch out your legs and hips with this feel good 15 minute Hatha Yoga Routine.

Saturday – Strong & Balanced Power Yoga Routine

Get strong & balanced with this 15 minute Balance & Strength Power Yoga Routine.

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Morning Breakfast

  • Skipping the morning meal could lead to overeating later in the day…
  • Breakfast eaters tend to have better diets overall, consuming more fruit, vegetables, milk, and whole grains than non-breakfast eaters.
  • Researchers from the National Weight Control Registry, a database of more than 3,000 people who have lost at least 60 pounds and kept it off for an average of 6 years, found that eating breakfast every day was a weight control strategy for 78% of the people in the registry. People who kept off weight long-term also reported eating a low-fat diet and exercising for at least an hour or more each day.

Tips on Eating a Quick and Healthy Breakfast

  • Pick 2-3 foods, including at least one from each of the following food groups:
  • Bread and grain (i.e.cereal, toast, muffin)
  • Milk and milk product (i.e. low-fat yogurt, low-fat milk, low-cheese)
  • Fruit or vegetable group (the Greens!)
  • Pick up portable breakfast items when at the grocery store. You should buy foods like fruit, low-fat yogurt, whole grain breakfast bars, or granola bars for those mornings when you have to eat breakfast on the go.
  • Replace or accompany that morning cup of coffee with a glass of orange juice or milk.
  • Make an omelette that is divine and HEALTHY!

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