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Get your feet on the ground by hitting these exercises! Squat Jumps This is a great power variation of the squat. You still lower yourself down slowly, but explode upwards from the bottom of the squat. As you land, try to slow your momentum so you’re working your muscles on the way down as well. Hip Thruster Sit on the ground with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor and your hands behind you, with your palms pressed to the floor. Using your palms and heels for support, squeeze your…

Get your feet on the ground by hitting these exercises! Squat Jumps This is a great power variation of the squat. You still lower yourself down slowly, but explode upwards from the bottom of the squat. As you land, try to slow your momentum so you’re working your muscles on the way down as well. Hip Thruster Sit on the ground with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor and your hands behind you, with your palms pressed to the floor. Using your palms and heels for support, squeeze your…

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Your brain and your digestive system are intricately linked. They interact so closely that some say they should be taken as one system. The link is the vagus nerve, a direct neuronal connection between the gut and the brain. It turns out the gut can bidirectionally communicate with the brain via the vagus nerve, known as the gut–brain axis. Not only does an individual’s microbiome affect overall health and disease, but also can impact mental health. Anger, anxiety, stress, sadness and ...

Your brain and your digestive system are intricately linked. They interact so closely that some say they should be taken as one system. The link is the vagus nerve, a direct neuronal connection between the gut and the brain. It turns out the gut can bidir