Tammy Kohlschmidt of Thermography for Health recently blogged about Everywhere Exercise –
Oh exercise. We love how we feel when we do it but sometimes it’s a pain in the butt to fit it into our days. My friend, Pamela Keld, was one of those women. Pamela was inspired to create Everywhere Exercise while she was sitting and wondering if she had time to exercise while watching her children run around in the playground.
As mothers and women we often find it hard to set aside time for ourselves every day. Pamela and her team of experts have created an easy tool to overcome this “life gets in the way” syndrome. Everywhere Exercise is a downloadable app that is liberating, empowering and easy to use anywhere, anytime. The exercises can be done when you are sitting at your computer (I’m doing one now!), while you are standing in line at the supermarket, when you are attending a meeting or traveling. You don’t need to carve out a time or find a special place to do EvEx which makes it extremely convenient!
An exercise program is imperative for any type of wellness program to work. Recent research shows the benefits of moving more during your day. Exercising four or more hours a week can decrease hormone levels and help lower your breast cancer risk. Exercise also promotes the flow of oxygen and the pulsation of our blood and lymph flow.
With Pamela’s convent program there is no more excuses! Whether you try er program, walk, run, jump rope, dance, lift weights, hike or swim- any type of movement is life-giving and in many cases life-saving! Movement calms the mind and makes our body smile.
Everywhere Exerercise is available on your iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Nook and Android. ( All your electronic needs!)
You can read the full blog post here.
Tammy Kohlschmidt is a licensed Certified Thermographer and a frontrunner as a Licensed Dental Hygienist. She has a special interest in the Oral Systemic link and in Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy using lasers. By combining Thermal Imaging and Periodontal Therapy she has made connections between the mouth and body that address The Oral Systemic Link.