Video Blog: Stability Ball Reverse Hyperextension

Starting Position: Lay face down on the ball with your hands on the ground (the ball will be under hips).  Keep your legs straight and pull your toes towards your shins. Procedure: Use your glutes to lift your legs so that you are in diagonal line, with your upper body moving closer to the floor. [...]

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Video Blog: Is Jesus a Savior for Everyone?

The world is full of various religious beliefs and ethnic backgrounds. Is Jesus truly a savior for all of us? In this episode, Bishop Don Hying explores what it means to be a Universal Church.  

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True or False: The best time to stretch is before a meal.

So false! I know this was an easy question, just making sure you’re paying attention. It does bring up another question that I get asked frequently, and one that is debated frequently among fitness professionals. What is the best time to stretch? There are so many variables out there to give that question a generic [...]

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Lime fruits and leaves, Dole Street, Honolulu

Lime Honey Fruit Salad

Submitted by:  Eileen Jandre 12 servings (3/4 cup each) Ingredients 1 tsp cornstarch ¼ cup lime juice ¼ cup honey ½ tsp poppy seeds 3 medium Gala or Red Delicious apples, cubed 2 medium pears, cubed 2 cups seedless red grapes 2 cups green grapes Preparation In a small microwave-safe bowl, combine cornstarch and lime [...]

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Leading Inspirations: Q & A About Resolutions for Leaders

Q: What might be some New Year’s resolutions for leaders? A: This is a great question. I recently found the following “70 New Year’s Resolutions for Leaders,” written by Eric Jacobson of the Kansas City Leader Examiner (www.examiner.com/x-28806-Kansas-City-Leadership-Examiner). There are many great ideas to choose from. 1. Don’t micromanage 2. Don’t be a bottleneck 3. [...]

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A Cheerful Heart

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person’s strength. ~ Proverbs 17:22, NLT  If you have knowledge of the Bible, I’m sure you’ve heard this verse before.  You may have also heard, “laughter is good medicine”.  Both these ideas are true, and should be applied to your health and fitness.  [...]

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Video Blog: Physioball Exercise Lying Opposites

Starting Position: Lay face down on ball, with belly button over center of ball. Procedure: Lift your right arm and left leg up towards the ceiling, keeping your limbs straight.  Then lower down towards the ground and lift the opposite arm and leg. Where: You should feel this in your glutes, low back and shoulders. [...]

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